Carole Wembert and her four children of Fort Lauderdale, cross the border to Canada at the dead end of the U.S. side of Roxham Road on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Thousands of people have crossed over into Canada from an irregular crossing near the Champlain–St. Bernard de Lacolle border in hopes of finding residency in Canada. Among them are Haitians who worry that Temporary Protected Status in the U.S. could soon end under the Trump administration. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Carole Wembert and her four children of Fort Lauderdale, cross the border to Canada at the dead end of the U.S. side of Roxham Road on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Thousands of people have crossed over into Canada from an irregular crossing near the Champlain–St. Bernard de Lacolle border in hopes of finding residency in Canada. Among them are Haitians who worry that Temporary Protected Status in the U.S. could soon end under the Trump administration. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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For Haitians in U.S., the road to refuge runs straight to Canada — and arrest

August 12, 2017 8:13 PM

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