Haitian Asylum-seekers: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration, and Refugees of the Committee on the Judiciary, Hou (Paperback)
This report on the US government's handling of Haitian asylum-seekers in the 1990s offers a sobering look at the challenges faced by refugees and the policies that govern their treatment. Drawing on testimony from government officials, immigration advocates, and Haitian refugees themselves, this book sheds light on a little-known chapter in US immigration history.
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