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Haiti - USA : Deportations of Haitians, the Secretary Jeh Johnson specifies
14/10/2016 09:33:04

Haiti - USA : Deportations of Haitians, the Secretary Jeh Johnson specifies
Regarding the resumption of deportations to their country of origin of Haitians in irregular migratory situation in the US, Jeh Johnson, the US Secretary of Homeland Security wished to clarify the situation to make things clear "On September 22, I announced that we would resume removals of Haitian nationals in accordance with our existing enforcement priorities https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18700-haiti-flash-usa-resumption-of-regular-deportations-to-haiti.html . This means we will prioritize the removal of individuals, including Haitian nationals, recently apprehended at or between ports of entry. That has not changed in light of Hurricane Matthew.

In light of Hurricane Matthew, removal flights have been suspended temporarily. Working with the government of Haiti, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intends to resume those flights as soon as possible.

This should be clear: the policy change I announced on September 22 remains in effect, for now and in the future.

DHS and the Department of State are working with the Government of Haiti and others to ensure removals occur in as humane and minimally intrusive a manner as possible."

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