New York Times
Haitians deported to the United States are shocked: “I don’t know this country”
Port-au-Prince, Haiti-Haiti immigrants were doing well for themselves. Since leaving the country more than 10 years ago, they have lived in Chile, Brazil and Panama. They had a house and a car. They had a stable job as bank tellers, welders, miners, and gas station attendants.However, they longed for the possibility of a better life in the United States under the president who protected the Haitians in the United States from deportation, and believed that many would relax immigration requirements.