With more Haitian asylum seekers expected to reach the border, many are calling on the Biden administration to repeal Title 42.
Since landing in Haiti two days after the Aug. 14 earthquake, United States government search-and-rescue personnel have visited about 15 communities in southern Haiti and evacuated 385 people for medical treatment, a USAID official said.
Regardless of who wins the November election, dozens of cases that could impact the lives of Haitian immigrants are likely to make their way to the Supreme Court.
Roughly 55,000 Haitians who have received TPS, the federal program that allows immigrants from 10 countries to live and work in the U.S. The United States Court of Appeals panel sided with the Trump administration in saying that people from Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan no longer need TPS.
Haitian-Americans are leaders in their fields and we are proud to feature just a few of them this Haitian Heritage Month.
Buying a house. Going to engineering school. Having a family.Those were the dreams that Evens, a 31-year-old Haitian, thought were out of reach during his last two years living in Brooklyn as an undocumented immigrant.
Investing in Haiti’s prosperity and security is in the national security interest of the United States, said Joe Biden, in announcing policy priorities that impact Haiti and Haitian-Americans. The Democratic presidential nominee made the statement in a media release before an expected visit with Haitians in Miami on Monday.
By Naeisha Rose Guerline Jozef spends her days on calls, attending meetings and sending mass messages to anyone she thinks can help with her mission in helping forgotten or neglected migrants — especially those at the United States / Mexico border. As an activist for Haitian immigrant rights, and one of the co-founders of the […]
By Sam Bojarski In April 1994, armed members of the paramilitary group Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH) attacked and killed residents of Raboteau, who had been demonstrating in favor of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Among the perpetrators was FRAPH leader Emmanuel “Toto” Constant, who would soon flee to the U.S., where […]
Haitian women of all professions and walks of life work to make an impact in their communities.