BI to hire personnel to guard seaports
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The Bureau of Immigration will hire new personnel to man rebel-infested seaports and stations in Mindanao to help thwart the entry of illegal aliens, including foreign terrorists, via the backdoor. Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente said that a total of 36 immigration border crossing officers will be hired for deployment to six border crossing stations operated by the BI in Mindanao and Palawan. Foreigners who enter and exit the country via these ports are mostly Malaysians and Indonesians, who are engaged in barter, fishing and other commercial trading activities.
Barcelo, V. (2017, June 27). BI to hire personnel to guard seaports. Manila Standard, p. A3.
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