The United States begins deporting thousands of Haitian immigrants

The United States begins deporting thousands of Haitian immigrants

The United States began expelling a large group of more than 12,000 Haitians under and around a bridge in Texas. On Sunday, the first three flights delivered more than 320 immigrants to the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince. AB News Agency writes on Monday.

This is one of the fastest immigrant evictions in recent American history. From Wednesday, seven full flights will fly daily to Haiti. Immigrants currently on the border with Mexico are also being stopped. Mexico on Sunday announced the deportation of Haitians to their home country.

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More than 3,300 immigrants (population 35,000) from Del Rio have been transferred to airports or detention centers since Friday. Border guards expect 3,000 of the 12,000 to be deported within a day. The whole group should leave within a week. Everyone gets a hundred dollars and is tested for Covit-19 before departure.

After the great earthquake of 2010, large groups of Haitians moved to the United States every year. The group in Texas has grown to more than twelve thousand in recent days. They often camped under and around a bridge in Del Rio on the Texas-Mexico border. It is about immigrants who later escaped Earthquake in Haiti Last August and The Assassination of President Joanel Moss In July, but also for groups that have been running for many years. The majority of this group are from Haiti, but also immigrants from other Latin American countries.

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