Jah and Jahnes love. I used to feel concerned and sympathy for...

Marie Nadine Pierre - November 4 2017, 1:16 AM

Jah and Jahnes love.

I used to feel concerned and sympathy for Ayiti people and others who experienced difficulties regularizing their status in the U.S. However, I have come to realize that too many of those people and their kin are ignorant and cold-hearted about my quest to reunite with my beloved children whom I have not seen in 6 years.

I am in Paris, France where I have been since 2014 but my children's father has refused to allow me to visit with my kids. And, I have not met any Ayiti person who sympathizes in any way with my situation.

In fact, many of them urge me to return to the U.S. where they've been told streets are paved with gold and opportunities abound.

While it is true that my life is considerably better in the U.S. I am very concerned for my children and I wish to see them so I can verify how they are before I return home. And with the fact that I overstayed my Visa, it will be very difficult to return.

So, goodbye Haitians and others who received TPS. Go home and make a better life for your self. Leave us our country so we can make it better for natives.

Blessed love.

Related Article:

TPS for Haitians: Protected Status no longer justified for Haitians in the USA, State Department says

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