IMMIGRATION

The United States Embassy in Port-au-Prince warns Haitian migrants 

The United States Embassy in Port au Prince warns Haitian migrants

Through an audio recording received by Netalkole Media, the Embassy of the United States of America in Port-au-Prince urges Haitian migrants (nes) to stop risky and illegal attempts to return to American territory. 

Since the rise of gang violence as well as the deterioration of the country's social and economic conditions, Haitians are increasingly trying to flee Haiti, usually by organizing clandestine and dangerous journeys. 

According to the American Embassy in Port-au-Prince, these illegal trips have very little chance of coming to an end, except to risk the lives of citizens in vain. On the basis of Order 42, in relation to health during the period of Covid-19, reinforcement measures are taken to thwart the flow of illegal migrants who are trying by all means to return to the United States. 

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Under the administration of US President Joe Biden, several thousand Haitians have already been deported to Haiti. US authorities remind Haitian migrants that any irregular and illegal attempts to enter US territory will automatically result in deportation. 

Although the dangerousness of these clandestine journeys, the Haitians try by all means to leave the country in search of a better situation. Recently, a boat with 842 Haitians bound for the United States was found on a coast in Cuba.

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Jacky Chery
Student in Social Communication and Legal Sciences at UEH, also Journalist-editor at Netalkole Media. A passion for writing and reading.