National Palace releases documents in revoked U.S. visas scandal
SANTO DOMINGO. – The Presidency’s Press Office sent to the media on Friday images of the type B1/B2 visas and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) admission forms issued to Victor Crispin and Rafael Guillermo Guzmán, whose American visas had reportedly been revoked from them.
Guzmán, current Adviser to the Presidency and ex Chief of Police and Crispin, head of president Leonel Fernandez’s bodyguards, flew Friday morning to Florida, where they’ll reportedly attend an interview with the network Univision, which on Tuesday reported that the US had canceled their visas.
The images show the visas of the two officials and form I 94 with the ICE seal, as presumed proof of their admission to US territory.
Univision also reported that the visas of ex Armed Forces minister and current Border Development director Manuel de Jesus Florentino, and of the head of Military Aides commander Héctor B. Medina had also been revoked, but the Presidency didn’t send images of the visas of those officials.