Haitians react to Trump’s decision to end 'protected' status

Tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants are facing deportation from the United States. Most were allowed in after the 2010 earthquake, which destroyed much of Haiti.

    Tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants are facing deportation from the United States.

    Most were allowed in after the 2010 earthquake, which destroyed much of Haiti.

    But their status was only temporary, and the Trump administration says conditions on the island have improved enough for residents to go home.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Little Haiti, in Miami.


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