Immigration

Haitian Migration to Brazil

Haitian Migration to Brazil

There are many Haitians Chasing the 'Brazilian dream,'

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Haitian Deportation

Haitian Deportation

Look at this cartoon depicting the deportation of Haitians in a Haiti, a land with people still camps recovering from the earthquake, a country infested with an imported cholera outbreak, and where prisons are not in their best shapes...

By bennaccartoons

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Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians

Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians

Cell Phone Photo - Here is a photo of Dominican immigration officials chasing down Haitians in Santo Domingo.

This photo was taken in Santo Domingo Este MOnday, May 27, 2013, as a Dominican immigration bus stopped in front of a colmado and officials started running after anyone who is BLACK.

It you look on the left side of the picture, there is a house under construction, they even started climing the wall of that house to look for Haitians who apparently ran away...

Un-freakin-believable!

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Wyclef Jean Holding His Green Card And Haitian Passport

Wyclef Jean Holding His Green Card And Haitian Passport

Wyclef Jean is still Haitian, not a Naturalized citizen of the United States.

Here is a picture Wyclef Jean holding up his U.S. 'Green Card' and his Haitian passport as he recounts his experiences after returning from Haiti after the earthquake.

This picture was taken at a news conference in New York, January 18, 2010 by Ray Stubblebine (Reuters)

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False Promise Of A Green Card

False Promise Of A Green Card

Vinn Travay Nan Jaden, Map Ba-w Rezidans is Haitian Creole for "Come work in my farm and I will get you a green card / permanent residency in the United States"

Many people are promised a green card if they work in farms but in many cases it is a false promise.

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TPS For Haitians

TPS For Haitians

Many Haitians nationals have had Temporary protected status (TPS) in the United States since 1990. With TPS, Haitians are allowed to live and work in the United States fo a limited time.

What is Temporary Protected Status?

Temporary protected status (best known by Haitians as "TPS") is a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States.

Read more about TPS at wikipedia.org

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United States Embassy

United States Embassy

Here is the official seal of the United States of America Embassy

for info about the U.S. Embassy in Port au Prince Haiti go to
usembassy.gov

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Father Gerard Jean-Juste - TPS For Haitians

Father Gerard Jean-Juste - TPS For Haitians

Look at a photo of Father Father Gerard Jean-Juste holding a sigh that says TPS FOR HAITIANS during a Haiti Immigration March in Miami

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Abraham Lincoln, The Great Deportor

Abraham Lincoln, The Great Deportor

Abraham Lincoln Deported Black Americans to Haiti.

It's true, the first Black deportees to Haiti were not Haitians at all, they were African-Americans and they were shipped to Haiti by Abraham Lincoln!

Read more here:
http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles.php/439

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