Should Haitians who came here under age 9 be deported back to Haiti after they commit a crime?

I'm trying to see if you guys think it's fair for Haitians who grew up here be ok to get sent back to Haiti after they commit a crime.

They grow up here and can barely speak the Creole language so technically they are Americans because that is the only culture that they know so let me know what you guys make of deportation on Haitians that were in the United States since they were like 7 years old.

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