Haitian Life In Brasil - How is it? Do you know?
Do you know any Haitians living Brasil? Are you Haitian Living in Brazil? How is it over there? --- Many people have been asking me if I know how it is for the Haitians Diaspora in Brazil. I know in life there is always good news and bad news. What do you now about life for Haitians in Brazil? Good... Bad... Tell us...
Haitian Migration to Brazil
Most of what I've seen online about Haitians living in Brazil are the bad news... I often hear news of people whose dreams are shattered.
There are many Haitians who sold all their belongings for a one way trip to Brazil hopping for a better life. The few people I have spoken to make is seem like Brazil is the new land of opportunity.
Is it really? Is there a BRAZILIAN Dream out there?
What do you know about life for Haitians in Brazil?
Tell us your story...
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All Comments (9)
BRASIL RIGHT NOW HAS THE INTEREST OF THE ENTIRE WORLD THEY ARE NOT DEMOCRATIC THEY NOT COMMUNIST THEY ARE IN BETWEEN THEY ARE SOCIALIST BENDING MORE ON THE DEMOCRATIC SIDE THAT MAKES IT EASIER TO DO BUSINESS WITH CUBA CHINA SOVIETS AND N COREA
1 US DOLL VALUE ABOUT 2 REAL YOU CANT USE US DOLLARS IN THE STREET ONLY REAL I LOVE IT THERE
IF YO CAN T GO TO CANADA, USA YOU CANT GO WRONG WITH BRASIL THEY ARE THE NEW MOSAIC IN SOUTH AMERICA EVERYBODY IS THERE NOW
I CAN SEE THEIR ECONOMY EXPLODE IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS
BRASIL IS DEFINITELY THE PLACE TO
IM NOW 56 IM CLOSE TO RETIREMENT MY PLAN IN THE NEXT 2 YEARS IS TO BUY AN APARTMENT IN CURITIBA
IM HOPING WITH WITH MY 30 PLUS YEARS IN THE US ALSO FLUENT IN PORTUGUESE I CAN BE SOME KIND OF HELP TO
IM HAITIAN LIVING IN THE US MY WIFE IS FROM SOUTH BRASIL
WE TRAVEL THERE ONCE A YEAR TO VISIT FAMILY
I WAS IN CURITIBA, CASCAVELLE IN BOTH LOCATIONS I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK TO MANY OF MY PEOPLE THOSE I MET SEEM WELL INTEGATED IN THE COMMUNITY THEY WERE PLEASED TO MEET MYSELF AND MORE IMPORTANTLY MY WIFE THE ADDRESSED HER IN PORTUGUESE I WAS VERY HAPPY TO SEE MY HOMIES THERE AND SPEAK TO THEM IN CREOLE
NEXT YEAR I WILL BE BETTER PREPARE TO MEET WITH THEM AS A GROUP TO EXCHANGE IDEAS THEY SEEMS DOING WELL IN THEIR NEW LAND MORE IMPORTANTLY THEY ARE ALL WORKING
ACCORDING TO MY WIFE FAMILY THE ARE VERY HAPPY TO HAVE THEM IN
I M HAITIAN AND I LIVE IN NEW JERSEY
I RECENTLY SPENT 20 DAYS IN SOUTHERN BRASIL
I MET MANY OF MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CURITA PARANA, IN CASCAVELLE MOST OF THEM ARE VERY HAPPY WITH THEIR NEW OPPORTUNITY ONE THING THAT I SEE THEY ARE NOT ORGANIZE MY WIFE IS FROM THERE FROM WHAT I SEE AND HEAR FROM MY WIFE RELATIVE BRAZILIANS LOVE US
50 Haïtiens par jour arrivent illégalement au Brésil
Près de 50 Haïtiens entrent chaque jour clandestinement au Brésil en passant principalement par la zone frontalière avec le Pérou et la Bolivie, a révélé jeudi une organisation non gouvernementale à la Commission interaméricaine des droits de l'homme (CIDH) au siège de l'OEA à Washington
SOurce: Haiti Press
Amen!!!! Negbelair well said ALL ARE GOOD FOR NOTHING DOG CRAPS HAVE BETTER USE THEN
It's only a matter of time before Brazil start treating Haitian like they do in the DR. It's sad but it will happen you watch, what we need to do as Haitians is to demand those worthless senators in Haiti to leave their post so that the country would have a chance.
I am sure you've already heard the United States has called the "unproductive" basically worthless, all they're concerned about is stealing money beg for visas and block progress I don't even think half of them finished school so Haitian have elected a bunch of stupid illiterate imbeciles to run the country.
I have a friend who is presently living in Brazil.
He told me that life in Brazil is much more better than in Haiti.
He is employed and go to school at
I have Brazilians friends...
therefore, I can say that Brazilians are very nice and friendly, and that includes men and women.
Brazilians also do not discriminate against blacks.
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