When the United States rolled out the humanitarian parole process for Haitians last January, one man, “Bobo,” received approval to travel to Boston within a week. Now, the 29-year-old works for Amazon.
Meanwhile, in Port-au-Prince, another participant sponsored in “the Biden program” – as Haitians call it – now puts his energies into raising chickens for his livelihood, instead of pursuing a life for his family in the U.S.
About 1.5 million people applied for the I-134A humanitarian parole “Biden program.” It’s slow, but working.
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