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Panama migration process for Venezuelans who came through the Darien


Caracas.- Everything Venezuelans who entered Panama via Darien Forest Submit the passport and return to their home country by plane through Tocumen International Airport.

A representative of Juan Quito’s interim government in Panama released the information. Fabiola Javers. He officially shared the announcement on Thursday, October 20 through his Twitter account.

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«Panama Migration He said All Venezuelans who entered through Darien may leave Panama via Tocumen International Airport” he said in the news.

He also pointed out that laminated ID card holders do not need to present a safe behavior.

The action announced by the Government of Panama seeks to assist or facilitate the return of Venezuelan nationals stranded in the country, following an immigration program used by the United States (US) since last October 12.

The Joe Biden Govt It announced a new plan last week 24,000 permits will be issued to Venezuelans but returned to Mexico For all irregular border crossers.

In the past year, the number of Venezuelans crossing the US border with Mexico has increased: more than 150,000 Venezuelans. Most pass through the Darien Forest to reach Panama and continue through the states of Central America.

As of the publication of this note, Panama Migration has not disclosed on its official page or on its social networks the details of this measure, which seeks to mitigate the flow of Venezuelans.

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