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Since August, the police have been carrying out continuous raids, and undocumented immigrants are taken to camps along the border, to be deported to Haiti.“Most Haitian women work outside the home; very few can afford to be homemakers,” said Antonia Abreu, a Haitian-Dominican woman who has sold floral arrangements for parties, gifts and funerals in the Little Haiti market for 40 years.Men, no matter if they were traveling with their partners and children, usually had to wait for later appointments. Alexandre, 24, arrived in the border city of Mexicali with her boyfriend, Volcy Dieumercy, 29, on Sept. Alexandre an appointment for last Thursday, but they denied the couple’s request that Mr. On Sunday, she went into labor and was admitted to the hospital. Dieumercy throughout the birth using Whats App, updating him on Ms. The couple had intended to travel together to Orlando, Fla., and live with Mr. Dieumercy was not allowed into the country.“I haven’t thought that far ahead,” she said from the hospital earlier this week before being discharged. Sinskya Cetoute, a Haitian immigrant, said that she, her husband and their 4-year-old daughter had gone to the San Ysidro border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego last Friday, a day after the new policy went into effect.Dieumercy be processed on the same day, the couple said. A volunteer working with Alliance San Diego called Mr. Immigration officials quickly separated them, with Ms.Immigrant advocates in San Diego said they had identified more than 50 families in that city alone who had been separated by the policy change, and they have appealed to Homeland Security officials to help reunite the families in the United States.“The bottom line is that this was not a well-conceived policy,” said Andrea Guerrero, executive director of Alliance San Diego, a group that has been helping Haitians who have arrived from Brazil in recent months.“It seemed to have come down from one day to the next without a clear understanding of what was going on and what kind of impact it would have.”The Department of Homeland Security did not immediately reply to written questions about the effect of the policy change.Fear is part of daily life for Haitian immigrants in this country.
Tens of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent were left in legal limbo or without any nationality, international human rights groups like Human Rights Watch complained.In response to the international outrage, the Dominican government passed a special law on naturalisation that set a limited period – May 2014 to February 2015 – for people born to undocumented foreign parents between 19 to apply for citizenship.Antonia Abreu, one of the few street vendors who agreed to talk to IPS about the harsh reality faced by Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic, at her street stall where she sells flowers in the Little Haiti neighbourhood in Santo Domingo.MEXICO CITY — A sudden shift in American immigration policy has divided scores of Haitian families trying to enter the United States from Mexico, immigrants and advocates say.The policy change, announced last week, has separated wives from husbands and children from their fathers, stranding the men in Mexico after their families were allowed to cross into the United States.“I’m hoping God makes miracles,” said Sandra Alexandre, who was allowed into the United States last week ahead of her boyfriend and gave birth three days later.