U.S. Customs picked up Haitian Immigrants in St. John, St Thomas in the virgin Islands
Here is the Island of St Tholas where U.S. Customs agents picked up seven illegal Haitian Immigrants in St. John located in the virgin Islands
Seven Haitian migrants were nabbed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents on St. John. Undocumented, they came by boat drop on 11/21/14.
No details were available about their number, age, sex, or the disposition of their situation. But the standard protocol is to remove them from the territory.
The U.S. Coast Guard cites statistics of halting undocumented Haitian immigrants in 2014 as being 949, an increase over 508 picked up in 2013.