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CAR LGUs vow to help hunt for illegal aliens
by PNA

Local government units in the Cordillera agreed to report to the Bureau of Immigration (BI) the presence of foreigners in their respective areas.

Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan said the LGUs support the BI’s request.

On Feb. 12, the BI wrote Domogan informing him about the agency’s drive against undocumented aliens, improperly documented aliens, and the threat of terrorism.

Domogan chairs the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC).

“We respectfully seek assistance from your esteemed office in monitoring foreigners in the Cordillera,” said Wilson Amogcao, head of the Anti-Terrorism Unit of the BI-CAR.

In getting the support of the LGUs in the regions, Amogcao asked for Domogan’s endorsement and intervention to coordinate with the different cities, municipalities, barangays, and local law enforcement agencies to periodically monitor all foreigners.

In the recent joint Regional Development Council (RDC)-RPOC meeting in Baguio, the group approved the BI’s request and vowed to support the anti-terror drive.

“Peace, order, and security are necessary ingredients for attaining inclusive growth and sustainable development. Thus, the chapter on ensuring security, public order, and safety of the 2017-2022 CAR regional development and Philippine Development Plans urgently calls for the reduction of criminality and terrorism at the regional and national levels, ” the RDC resolution read.

The RDC also suggested that all foreigners register in the barangays where they are staying and agreed to coordinate with the hotels to report identities of their foreigner guests. The council also recommended that hotels require their foreigners guests to present their passports upon check-in.


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