Amid a crowd of about 40 people in front of the packed Immigration Office of Cap-Haitien, a man wearing a brown shirt with a matching hat and jeans stood with his phone pressed to his ear on the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 10.
"I have the money but I'm not sure if I'm supposed to give him the whole thing now," the man said in Kreyòl softly.
Scores of Haitians are trying to renew or get their passports for the first time so someone in the United States can sponsor them for the I-134A program.
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