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New York Times: Haitian Men Cut Off from Families as U.S. Tightens Entry Rules

New York Times: Haitian Men Cut Off from Families as U.S. Tightens Entry Rules

The New York Times reports that the Obama administration's announcement last week that it would fully resume deportations of undocumented Haitian immigrants has divided scores of Haitian families trying to enter the United States from Mexico. According to immigrants and advocates, the policy change has separated wives from husbands and children from their fathers, stranding the men in Mexico after their families were allowed to cross into the United States. AILA expressed serious concerns about the decision to resume regular deportations of Haitians, with AILA President Bill Stock noting that the decision "is impossible to reconcile with recent official recognition of the ongoing humanitarian crisis there." Read this story and more in AILA's daily immigration news clips.

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