Colombian actress Nina Caicedo came to Cancun to celebrate her birthday, but was detained by Migration.

LColombian actress Nina Caicedo was repatriated this Friday to her country of origin by not accrediting the requirements established in the Migration Law, according to the portal Aristegui News.

This was reported by the National Institute of Migration (INM), an agency that detailed that the 22-year-old woman was inadmissible to enter the country through the Cancun International Airport, Quintana Roo, where she intended to celebrate her birthday in the company of a friend.

This same February 3 was their anniversary.

According to Colombian media, the young was repatriated to Colombia from Mexico this Friday night on a Volaris airline flight.

On her Instagram account, the Colombian actress uploaded videos in her “stories” in which he was seen celebrating his birthdayas well as announcing that this Friday he would leave the country to visit another, without mentioning the destination.

The famous left at 3 in the morning from El Dorado International Airport, in Bogotá, Colombia, bound for Mexico. However, immigration personnel prevented him from entering the country.

Nino Caicedo, father of the celebrated, told various Colombian media that he had contact with his daughter before the cell phone was taken from himaccording to him.

Nina is recognized in her country for her participation in productions such as ‘Nurses’, ‘The White Slave’, ‘Azúcar’ and ‘La Niña’, as well as for her participation in theater.

The Colombian newspaper Time had communication with Nino Caicedo who He stated that his daughter’s passport was also withdrawn.

Also that he had spoken with the Colombian consul in Cancun, who assured him that Nina would be returned to her native country. (Fuente: Aristegui News)

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