Sunday, April 5, 2020

Tag: Haitian Migrants

Why No One Is Discussing the Rise...

An increasing number of African and Haitian migrants are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and seeking asylum in the United...

U.S. Halts Plan to Resume Deporting Haitians After Hurricane...

A new policy of deporting Haitians who are in the United States without permission has been shelved following the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew,...

Dominican Republic Extends Temporary Migrant Status to...

Haiti’s Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Idalbert Pierre Jean, has welcomed the recent decision made by the Dominican government to extend for one year,...

Increasing Number of Haitian Migrants Returning from...

Since June 2015, an increasing number of migrants have been deported or have voluntarily returned to Haiti from DR. International Organization for Migration interviewed...

Coast Guard Repatriates 54 Haitian Migrants to...

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Valiant repatriated 54 Haitian migrants to Cap Haitian, Haiti on Tuesday. Last Wednesday, a Caribbean Air & Marine...

New Dominican Law, Viewed By Some As...

A controversial Dominican Republican law that many decried as a racist move to expel people of Haitian descent from the country, went into effect...

Haiti, Dominican Republic Hold More Talks But...

The governments of Haiti and the Dominican Republic are set to hold the second round of talks in Jimani on Monday, but this time...

17 Haitians Die After Boat Heading to...

At least 17 people have died and dozens more were rescued after their boat capsized off the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean...

Bahamas Returns Haitian Migrants While Solution to...

In the wake of the latest boat tragedy off the coast of the Bahamas, authorities there are seeking solutions to stem the flow of...

Brazil Issues Work Permits for Haitian Migrants...

A Brazilian federal task force sent to Acre to deal with a rising influx of migrants has issued them residency and work permits. Acre, a...