MARECHAUSSEE CARBISCH NEDERLAND REFUSED TO ADMIT 68 PEOPLE
January 31, 2022
Last year, the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee refused entry to 68 people in the Caribbean Netherlands. 121 travelers were admitted under certain conditions. This is often a financial guarantee. A visitor must have sufficient financial means to support himself or herself, otherwise someone must provide a financial guarantee. A duty to report can then be made a condition. The Marechaussee also checks whether someone has not stayed longer than allowed. That is punishable and depending on the number of days that someone stays too long, a fine is imposed. It happened to nearly two hundred people last year.
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