Haiti: Stop US deportations and abuse against Haitians on the move: An urgent step towards creating just policies for Haitians

Between 19 September and 10 November, the US government sent nearly 9.000 Haitian migrants and asylum seekers to Haiti, largely without providing access to the US asylum system or protection screenings. These mass expulsions by the US government were followed by an increase in deportations of Haitians from across the Americas, exacerbating the crisis and leading to a joint call by UN agencies for states to provide international protection and alternative legal routes to regularization and a resolution adopted by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) addressing the regional need to increase the protection of Haitians on the move.

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