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Six with false documents denied entry into Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico — Six people were denied entry into Mexico when they were found with false documents. On Friday, the National Institute of Migration (INM) said that five people from Haiti and one from Jamaica “were declared inadmissible at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) for failing to comply with the Migration Law and its regulations.”

According to the INM, all six presented apocryphal documentation and did not prove the reason for their trip.

INM also reported that two of the six were evicted from the plane and transferred to AIFA at the pilot’s request for disturbing order inside the aircraft during the flight.

The two disruptive passengers were left with INM at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport where they were also denied entry into Mexico for presenting false documents.

All six arrived on an Arajet flight from Dominican Republic Friday morning and were returned to Dominican Republic via Arajet the same day.