Wednesday, November 7, the first flight of the voluntary return plan, a Boeing 767 plane, will leave Chile for Port-au-Prince with 176 Haitians on board "All are Haitian adults who live in Chile for several months in a situation economic precariousness. Basically, they are not able to finance their return to Haiti because they want to return for personal and family reasons in their home country," said Ubilla.
He said like all other commercial flights, there is a waiting list and if one does not show up, another will be considered to fill the quota.
Recall that Haitians in Chile, who wish to return to Haiti, can register since October 17 on the website of the Department of Immigration:
To qualify for this program, Haitians must not have a legal situation in progress and they must sign a notarized declaration in which they undertake not to return to Chile in the next 9 years. If migrants have a spouse, partner or children, they must complete the process jointly and travel in groups.