A report by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimated that of the 500 children of foreign nationality who were deported to Haiti from other countries in the US, 404 of these minors are from Chile.
At least 500 children born outside Haiti to Haitian parents, holders of foreign nationalityAccording to a report released on Wednesday by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), thousands of people deported to the Caribbean country last month.
Document number 10,831 migrants who returned to Haiti since September 19, who had been deported mainly from the United States as well as other countries in the region.
Of these, 1,789 are minors, Including 500 born in countries where their parents have lived in recent years, mostly Chile and Brazil, countries that grant nationality to those born in their region.
among the exiles There were 404 Chileans, 84 Brazilians, 6 Venezuelans, 2 Ecuadorians, 1 Panama, 1 Honduran, 1 Dominican and 1 Nicaraguan. According to IOM.
Also there were exiled children, whose family reunification is uncertain in some respects, even because of the refusal of their own parents to take them back, according to the international organization.
Of the total people deported during this month, 6,586 are males (60.8%), 2,456 females (22.7%) and 1,789 are minors (16.5%).
73% of the migrants, a total of 7,915, were deported from the US, plus another 406 were held at sea and turned back by the Coast Guard.
11% (1,194) were deported from Cuba, 10% (1,031) from the Bahamas, another 2% (248) from Mexico and less than 1% from Turks and Caicos (37).
The deportees from Cuba are those who left Haiti in early September, fleeing areas devastated by the August 14 earthquake.
The IOM’s figures do not include those deported by land from the Dominican Republic, a country that expels hundreds of undocumented Haitians who enter the country irregularly each month.
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