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  • Already facing an influx of deportees from the Dominican Republic, Haiti worries about TPS deportees

    Already overwhelmed by Haitian migrants who are being deported from the Dominican Republic, aid agencies in Haiti say they aren't prepared to handle a possible influx of Haitians enrolled in the U.S.'s Temporary Protected Program (TPS) who could soon be forced to return home.

Already facing an influx of deportees from the Dominican Republic, Haiti worries about TPS deportees

Already overwhelmed by Haitian migrants who are being deported from the Dominican Republic, aid agencies in Haiti say they aren't prepared to handle a possible influx of Haitians enrolled in the U.S.'s Temporary Protected Program (TPS) who could soon be forced to return home.
Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald