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Immigration Policy in the U.S

Congressional Budget Office

Immigration Policy in the United States

Congressional Budget Office

International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families

UN Office of the High Commissioner

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96,000 Haitians displaced by recent gang violence in capital: IOM Report

International Organization for Migration

A Year After Del Rio, Haitian Asylum Seekers Expelled Under Title 42 Are Still Suffering

Julia Neusner

Assistance in Haiti Migrant Returns and Reception

International Organization for Migration

Biden Administration Haiti Deportation Policy on Shaky Grounds

Just Security

Displacement Early Warning System - Port-au-Prince Metropolitan Area

International Organization for Migration

Haiti: Migration - DREF Operation N° MDRHT019

Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement

Haitians Being Returned to a Country in Chaos

Human Rights Watch

Haitians fleeing deadly conflict are turned away by the US

Médecins Sans Frontières

International Migration Outlook 2022


International Migration Trends in the WesternHemisphere

Congressional Research Service

Latin America and the Caribbean: U.S. Policy Overview

Congressional Research service

Migrant Returns and Reception Assistance in Haiti | Air and Sea | May 2022

International Organization for Migration

Migrant Returns and Reception Assistance in Haiti | Air and Sea | September 2022

International Organization for Migration

Migration profiles [Haiti]


Pushed into the Shadows: Mexico’s Reception of Haitian Migrants

Yael Schacher, Refugees International
Rachel Schmidtke, Refugees International

Recent Trends in Haitian Migration to Mexico

Piotr Plewa, Duke University Center for International and Global Studies

Returning to Haiti means death

Doctors Without Borders

Thousands of Haitian migrants arrive in Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo, hoping to cross when Title 42 ends

Sandra Sanchez

Weekly U.S.-Mexico Border Update: August migration, Martha’s Vineyard, Civil liberties

Adam Isacson