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Haiti - Justice : Resumption of expulsions for some Haitians
11/12/2010 15:31:38

Haiti - Justice : Resumption of expulsions for some Haitians
The immigration authorities of the United States will resume the expulsions, temporarily suspended after the earthquake of January 12, of the Haitians on the U.S. territory having a criminal record.

Barbara Gonzalez, spokeswoman for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) declared friday, that expulsions in collaboration with the Government of Haiti, will resume. A first flight is expected in January 2011. The spokesman said that Haitians who have criminal records, will be deported or released "if their repatriation is not reasonably foreseeable" .

For their part, the lawyers and agents of immigration, saying that conditions in Haiti have not improved sufficiently so that these expulsions resume. Recalling that a cholera epidemic ravaged the country since mid-October and that the State Department this week issued a travel warning for Haiti, due to political instability that has plagued the country since the publication of the preliminary results of elections of 28 November.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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