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Why Haitians are fleeing Chile for the US border

Stars and Stripes 26 Sep 2021
According to Chile's national statistics institute, there were nearly 1.5 million immigrants living in the country in 2020 — double the number recorded in the 2017 census ... The minimum wage in Chile is around $427 per month, which is barely enough to cover basic living expenses ... than down here in Chile.
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Chimayó chile a symbol of Southwest

Albuquerque Journal 26 Sep 2021
the tantalizing flavors of red and green chile peppers ... For the soil of Chimayó, God gave the gift to grow chile.” ... While New Mexico is the top chile-producing state in the nation, USDA figures show that chile is not the top product in the state’s $3.4 billion agricultural market ... “We made our living by planting.
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Chimayó chile a symbol of the Southwest

Albuquerque Journal 26 Sep 2021
Chimayo red chile for sale at the Los de Mora Local Growers’ Cooperative in Cleveland ... the tantalizing flavors of red and green chile peppers ... For the soil of Chimayó, God gave the gift to grow chile.” ... Chile is ranked a lowly sixth, below milk, cattle, pecans, hay and onions ... New Mexico chile is as varied as the people in the state.
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Haitians heading to US forced to change plans

Atlantic City 26 Sep 2021
A trip they had started more than two months earlier in Santiago, Chile, was over for now, less than 140 miles from the U.S ... Marseille arrived in Santiago, Chile, in 2016 looking for better opportunities than she found in Haiti ... After living and working in Chile he managed to save $10,000, but he has spent it all to make it to Monterrey.
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The Dallas Morning News on Biden's response to Haitian border surge

Victoria Advocate 26 Sep 2021
The Department of Homeland Security said this weekend that it is working with “source and transit countries” to accept people who previously lived in those countries. It appears that many of the migrants who arrived in Del Rio had left homes in Brazil and Chile, where tens of thousands of Haitians resettled after a catastrophic earthquake in 2010.
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‘They treated us like animals’: Haitians angry and in despair at being deported from US

The Guardian 26 Sep 2021
Delva, along with nearly 2,000 other Haitians, was deported from southern Texas this week to Haiti , despite having lived in Chile for the past six years and ...
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U.S. border camp cleared of Haitians, thousands more on the move

Union Leader 26 Sep 2021
DEL RIO, Texas — An impromptu border camp that roiled the U.S ... U.S ... border had previously lived in Brazil and Chile, while others have transited through the South American countries. U.S ... On Friday, around 100 mostly Venezuelan migrants were moving south into Chile’s northern border in a bid to make a fresh start there. PUSHED SOUTH ... ....
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Bad optics at border for Biden, U.S. government

The Star Democrat 26 Sep 2021
Reporters are finding when they interview the migrants that many didn’t come directly from Haiti but instead have lived for years across Latin America. Some quit good jobs in countries like Panama and Chile to head northward ... And if they uprooted themselves from comfortable lives ...
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Crackdown at Del Rio migrant camp shows competing powers of sympathy and get-tough policies

Finger Lakes Times 26 Sep 2021
Like many others, they migrated to Brazil, living there for years after the 2010 Haitian earthquake left more than 200,000 people dead and destroyed their country’s already weak economy ... Six years earlier, Fils-Aime fled Haiti for a life in Chile, but it became more difficult to live there and make a living as a graphic designer.
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PICTURED: Thousands of Haitians are crammed together in cramped Mexican center after being forced back ...

The Daily Mail 26 Sep 2021
Thousands of migrants have been put on buses in the opposite direction of the US and sent to Tapachula, near Guatemala ... Over 250,000 Haitians have left their homeland since the 2010 earthquake, and the migration increase recently spiked as Chile and Brazil's economy declined since the pandemic, where many migrants were living ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Haitians Heading to US Change Plans, Ready to Wait in Mexico

NBCBayArea 25 Sep 2021
Our redesigned local news and weather app is live! Download it for iOS or Android — and sign up for alerts ... A trip they had started more than two months earlier in Santiago, Chile was over for now, less than 140 miles from the U.S ... After living and working in Chile he managed to save $10,000, but he has spent it all to make it to Monterrey.
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Back in Haiti, expelled migrant family plans to flee again

Springfield News-Sun 25 Sep 2021
Chloe, born in Chile, looked around quietly at her new surroundings as Celestin and his wife asked to borrow someone’s phone to call a taxi ... He chatted on the phone with his sister, who lives in Chile, and with friends elsewhere as he planned his family’s departure ... If it has to be in Chile, let it be in Chile ... Chole was born in Chile.
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GUEST EDITORIAL: What Biden must do about Haitian border surge

The Post-Star 25 Sep 2021
The Department of Homeland Security said this weekend that it is working with “source and transit countries” to accept people who previously lived in those countries. It appears that many of the migrants who arrived in Del Rio had left homes in Brazil and Chile, where tens of thousands of Haitians resettled after a catastrophic earthquake in 2010.
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Haiti's leader: Migration won't end unless inequality does

Springfield News-Sun 25 Sep 2021
But “human beings, fathers and mothers who have children, are always going to flee poverty and conflict,” he added, urging the international community to move fast to improve living conditions in the countries that refugees are leaving for political or economic reasons ... 23, 2021, after traveling from Chile where they lived before.
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Haitians see history of racist policies in migrant treatment

The Spokesman-Review 25 Sep 2021
They point to immigration data that indicate Haitians and other Black migrants routinely face structural barriers to legally entering or living in the U.S ... It took Menes’ cousin two months to make the trek from Chile, where he had been living with his brothers for three years to escape Haiti’s political tumult, violence and devastation.
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