Haiti Diaspora : Being born on foreign soil doesn't make you less Haitian than those born in Haiti

Marie - June 2 2015, 8:52 AM

He is right, being born on foreign soil doesn't make you less Haitian than those born in Haiti.

Its a matter of technicality.

If you become a citizen of a foreign country and reject your Haitian nationality, then that's a different ballgame.

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