Immigration bans rude Spaniard from returning to PH

Immigration bans rude Spaniard from returning to PH




Remember the rude Spaniard that keeps on shouting to a Philippine National Police (PNP) officer when her kasambahay was accosted for not wearing a facial mask in Dasmariñas Village in Makati city?
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has banned the said Spaniard whose arrogant encounter with a policeman went viral, from entering the country.
Javier Salvador Parra’s name  was included by Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente last June 3 after it was confirmed that he did not return since he left the country three days after the incident that happened last April 26.


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Parra had a violent altercation and eluded arrest by the policemen, minutes after they accosted the househelp watering the plants without wearing any facial mask outside their residence in Dasmariñas Village.
"Now that he has been placed in our immigration blacklist he is now perpetually banned from reentering the Philippines for being an undesirable alien. Foreigners who disrespect our laws and persons of authority do not deserve the privilege to stay in our country," he said in a news release.
The immigration Commissioner’s act of placing Parra’s name in the blacklist to "serve notice and warn other aliens sojourning in the country that they should not flaunt our laws and insult our policemen who are merely enforcing our laws on those who violate it."

As per record, Parra departed the country last April 29 (three days after the incident) aboard a Qatar Airways flight to Doha en route to his final destination in Madrid.
Parra was given until May 21 to answer the charges and allegations against him via counter-affidavit to which he all ignored, prompting the BI to charge him for deportation on the ground of undesirability.



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