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Haitian Immigrants Who Helped Lift An NC Town Face Deportation – Haitian Times

Haitian TimesHaitian Immigrants Who Helped Lift An NC Town Face DeportationHaitian TimesThese 1,500 Haitian immigrants moved to Mount Olive under temporary protected status from the U.S. government after an earthquake in Haiti. In November 2017, the Tr...

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Advocates gather in Haiti for key meeting on HIV/AIDS – Haitian Times

Haitian TimesAdvocates gather in Haiti for key meeting on HIV/AIDSHaitian TimesExecutive Director of the Antigua and Barbuda HIV/AIDS Network Eleanor Frederick is in Haiti for a high-level meeting which will, among other things, discuss key scientific ...

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Helias students to take mission trip to Haiti | Central MO Breaking News – Jefferson City News Tribune

Helias students to take mission trip to Haiti | Central MO Breaking News  Jefferson City News Tribune Helias Catholic High School is planning to take 19 students on the school’s first international mission trip since 2010 — this one in June to Haiti.

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Republicans and Democrats want migrant families to stay together, but what about the grandparents? – Deseret News

Deseret NewsRepublicans and Democrats want migrant families to stay together, but what about the grandparents?Deseret News... eight countries and followed by reducing refugee admissions, beefing up arrests of unauthorized immigrants, cancelling the Def...

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J. Perry: Haiti’s Shining Musical Star Rising to International Stardom – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

J. Perry: Haiti's Shining Musical Star Rising to International Stardom
Haitian Times
By Samuel Louis. Few of our young Haitian artists have a successful career and international recognition, and among those who have it, we must highlight J. Perry, who is certainly one of the most talented of them. Jonathan Perry nicknamed J. Perry, is ...

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The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the US Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways. – New York Times

New York TimesThe Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the US Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways.New York Times... without documents as children have received protection from deportation through DACA. An additional 300,000 have Temporary P...

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US Unauthorized Immigrant Total Dips to Lowest Level in a Decade – Pew Research Center’s Hispanic Trends Project

New York TimesUS Unauthorized Immigrant Total Dips to Lowest Level in a DecadePew Research Center's Hispanic Trends ProjectThe Department of Homeland Security has announced plans to end protections for immigrants from six nations, including El Salvador...

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Are the non-white, working poor still welcome in America? – The Hill


The Hill

Are the non-white, working poor still welcome in America?
The Hill
Perhaps the answer lies in another piece of the proposal, which is an echo of the president's disparagement of immigrants from Haiti and African nations as being from "[expletive] countries." Under the new rule, evidence of income that is 250 percent ...

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