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U.S. deported 375 Haitians that year, including 125 criminals

U.S. deported 375 Haitians that year, including 125 criminals

US Department of Homeland Security resumed the deportation of Haitians who have been convicted of crimes in the US. As you may remember the Deportation of Haitians were suspended following the Haiti earthquake. Before the Deportation was suspended, a total of 375 Haitians were deported, including 125 criminals. The fiscal year for the Department of Homeland Security starts on October 1 and ends September 30

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U.S. Senators David Perdue, Marco Rubio and Johnny Isakson want sanctions on Haiti

U.S. Senators David Perdue, Marco Rubio and Johnny Isakson want sanctions on Haiti

Here is the pictures of three U.S. Senators. It is David Perdue, Marco Rubio and Johnny Isakson and they all want sanctions on Haiti.

As per news dated April 21, 2016, three U.S. Senators David Perdue (R-GA), Johnny Isakson (R-GA), and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have expressed their growing concern with the political situation in Haiti and have urged the U.S Secretary of State John Kerry, in a letter dated April 15, 2016, to use every tool at his disposal to ensure Haitian authority works closely with the Interim President Privert and the new CEP and completes its presidential elections process by the agreed upon deadline by April 24, 2016. The authority must punish those who plan to disrupt the election for their own interest. The election as a whole has cost about $80 million in which the United Stated had invested more than $30 million and a lot of diplomatic effort.

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Creole ranked 10th most common foreign language spoken at Home in United States

Creole ranked 10th most common foreign language spoken at Home in United States

A survey conducted recently found the Creole language has been gaining ground in the United States. The result indicated that the use of Creole language has increased by 73 percent since 2000. This is a figure that seems to shock many Americans, but not Haitians. The Creole language is now the 10th most common language spoken at Home in United States, other than English.

The Haitian presence in the US has been felt in so many ways, although it has been hard to come up with an accurate figure due to their legal status in the country. This group of immigrant has been very active in the American politic. The hold many elected positions in their city, district or state.

Most of the Creole speaking immigrants are found in in Little Haiti, North Miami and in Broward County and Palm Beaches in Florida. There are also many Haitian Creole speaker throughout the country in places such as New York and Boston

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U.S. State Department issued new Travel Warning to Haiti

U.S. State Department issued new Travel Warning to Haiti

United States citizens wishing to travel to the Caribbean country of Haiti have been warned by the U.S. State Department to travel with more than just their sunscreen. In a recent release from the State Department, the high rate of crimes in Haiti, especially those against Americans, juxtaposed with the lack of reliable medical services such as ambulances and the limited scope of the protection offered by security forces, make the need for personable measures safeguarding individual safety necessary.

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U.S. Ambassador Pamela Ann White distributing medicine

U.S. Ambassador Pamela Ann White distributing medicine

Here is a picture of U.S. Ambassador Pamela Ann White handing some medicine to a child in Haiti. This is part of a campaign being conducted by usaid, distributing medicine to control the spread of lymphatic filariasis and intestinal worms.

The US Ambassador was on that day at the Charles LeBosse School in Cap HaĐ--tien.

Since 2008, community volunteers and NGOs visit a variety of schools in Haiti on an annual basis to distribute medicine and shoes to fight neglected tropical diseases

This falls under the country's efforts to stomp out these endemic diseases.

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U.S. State Department warning about travel to Haiti

U.S. State Department warning about travel to Haiti

Several factors currently in place in Haiti cause the situation to be dangerous for visitors of Haiti. Consequently, the U.S. State Department is warning its citizens to strongly consider before deciding to visit Haiti. This is one of the strongest statements for a while by the United States government regarding traveling to Haiti. It sites factors such as high crime level, cholera outbreak and inadequate infrastructure.

The announcement by the United States government warning people not to travel to Haiti came out a few days after the Haitian President Michel Martelly traveled in several regions in the country promoting tourism.

This new warning by U.S. State Department not to travel to Haiti can not be good for business

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Barack Obama and DNC Executive Patrick Gaspard

Barack Obama and DNC Executive Patrick Gaspard

Here is a picture of the Haitian-American Patrick Gaspard in a conference with the most powerful man in the world, Mr. Barack Obama. Do you know that he actually was not born in Haiti. Like in the case of many Haitians families, he was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo but is 100 percent Haitian. Both of his parents are Haitians.

Patric Gaspard who is currently the DNC Executive is expected to occupy a key role in the reelection of president Barack Obama in 2012. One key state that will determine the next president of the US is Florida and it is to be expected that Gaspard will use his leverage as a Haitian-American to carry the Haitian votes to the president

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La Navase, small Haitian Island but also claimed by the United States

La Navase, small Haitian Island but also claimed by the United States

La navase also spelled La Navaze is a Haitian Island locate about 25 miles southwest of the city of Jeremie and 37 miles from Haiti's western-most peninsula. It is a 1,300-acre land with no fresh water. La Navase is uninhabited but Haitians have fished its coasts regularly
In 1856, The United States Congress passed the Guano Islands Act, given authority to any US citizen to seize any uninhabited island. One year later, in 1857, Captain Peter Duncan and Edward Cooper invaded La Navase,

The island of La Navase is reach in guano, a mixture of nitrate and phosphate that could used as fertilizer and powder in armament.

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United States Non Immigration Visa

United States Non Immigration Visa

Here is a picture of a United States Non Immigration Visa. The process for obtaining a non Immigration visa was made easier for anyone with a 5 years visa.

Effective June 5th, 2013, the United States Consul will renew applications for a U.S. non-immigrant Visas automatically. However, the Embassy still reserves the right to interview any of the applicants.

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Haiti hiring lobbyist seeking to influence US Government

Haiti hiring lobbyist seeking to influence US Government

It has been reported that the Haitian government has hired a one-time Clinton administration official with the objective to influence U.S. officials.

The Haitian government is making sure that the pledged $3 billion after the 2010 earthquake is actually delivered.

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