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Haiti migrants braving sea in rickety boats add Puerto Rico as way station trying to reach US

By Associated Press, Published: May 6
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Haitians have been fleeing their troubled country for years, trying to reach the U.S. or other Caribbean islands by sea or by trekking across the island of Hispaniola to scratch out a living in the Dominican Republic.

But a newly popular route has caught officials in the Caribbean by surprise, taking migrants to a piece of the U.S. much closer to home.

Hundreds of Haitian migrants have made their way to Puerto Rico in recent months. They’ve found that if they can make it to the U.S. territory without getting arrested, they can fly on to U.S. cities such as Miami, Boston or New York without having to show a passport, although some kind of identification, such as a driver’s license, is needed.

Immigration authorities checking travelers before they leave Puerto Rico for the U.S. mainland sometimes find them carrying fake driver’s licenses or other identification, but counterfeit documents are not always detected.

“As soon as you’re in Puerto Rico, it’s like you’re in the United States,” said Lolo Sterne, coordinator for Haiti’s Office of Migration.

There are no official statistics on how many Haitians have successfully made their way illegally to Puerto Rico, or how many have traveled on to the U.S. mainland. But the trend worries officials in the U.S. and the Dominican Republic, with both countries reporting a jump in arrests of Puerto Rico-bound Haitians.

Migrants reportedly are paying smugglers $1,000-$1,500 for a trip to Puerto Rico, located less than 100 miles (160 kilometers) east of the island of Hispaniola, which is shared by the Dominican Republic and Haiti. At the same time, Dominican officials have detained more than 400 Haitians bound for Puerto Rico in the past four months, compared with just a handful annually in previous years, said Victor Pilier, the Dominican Republic’s director of naval intelligence.

“It’s an excessive amount,” said Pilier, who oversaw the capture of 78 Haitians headed to Puerto Rico in late April before sending them back home. “It’s unusual.”

U.S. officials in the past six months captured 352 Haitian migrants who were bound for Puerto Rico or were found on or near the island. Coast Guard statistics show that between October 2010 and September 2011, only 13 such migrants were found, and at most five Puerto Rico-bound Haitians were arrested in the two years before that.

“We’re seeing another route they’re trying to exploit,” said Coast Guard Capt. Drew Pearson, who is based in Puerto Rico. “We hadn’t seen these numbers of Haitians in my tenure here.”

The odds of reaching the U.S. mainland directly from Haiti have dropped as the U.S. Coast Guard beefs up patrols by Hamilton class cutters, or what Haitian migrants simply refer to as “Amilton.” Along with trying to sail directly to the U.S. mainland, Haitians in the past attempted to get to the United States through long-established smuggling networks on islands including the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos.

“Miami is no longer easy to reach and that’s why Haitians are looking for other places,” said Walky Severian, a boat builder in western Haiti who himself has taken three voyages, including one in 2008 that ended up in Cuba because of stormy weather. He was deported.

Pilier, the Dominican naval officer, said migrant smuggling to the U.S. territory has also become common because Dominican authorities have a harder time patrolling the nation’s southeast coast, which is closer to Puerto Rico.

“We have a stronger presence in the north,” he said. “The east is more vulnerable.”

On top of that, a thriving underground economy in Puerto Rico that has long offered employment to Dominicans is now attracting Haitians.

For Haitians hoping to get to the U.S. mainland, the island of 3.7 million people has a black market that supplies fake passports, driver’s licenses and stolen Social Security numbers. In addition, the island’s governor in early March endorsed a proposal to allow immigrants living illegally in the U.S. territory to apply for a provisional driver’s license. Pilier said that proposal has in fact drawn many migrants to Puerto Rico.

In March, U.S. federal officials rescued 71 Haitian migrants stranded on a cluster of islands just west of Puerto Rico, dehydrated and with bruises and scratches. The rescue came a week after 67 migrants from Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic were found in the same cluster of islands, including a Haitian woman who died.

On the black-sand beach in the fishing village of Leogane west of the Haitian capital, groups of men build wooden migrant boats, sawing and hacking away with machetes and picks. The 30-foot-long boats, whose frames resemble the rib cage of a small dinosaur, are purchased by smugglers for around $12,000 and then taken to northern Haiti to find passengers. One boat builder said he has four or five regular customers who buy the crafts.

Many Haitian farmers lost their crops during last year’s hurricane season, causing food supplies to drop and prices to rise in a country of 10 million people that is still recovering from a devastating 2010 earthquake.

The number of Haitians who don’t have enough to eat to maintain a healthy diet has grown from 1.9 million at the end of 2009 to 6.7 million today, said Myrta Kaulard, the country’s director for the United Nations’ World Food Program.

“Migration is a very important coping mechanism,” she said.

Nasere Severian, a 48-year-old boat builder, himself took three unsuccessful trips to Miami in the 1990s when political instability in Haiti drove out-migration to a peak of 37,618 in 1992, according to U.S. Coast Guard data.

“Sometimes we build two or three boats a year,” Severian said. “At the same time we can go a year without getting a customer.”

Then Severian offered this: “If it were easier to reach Miami I would try to go there every day — even if that means I die.”

In another major migration trend, Brazil also has become an increasingly common destination for Haitians since the 2010 quake. The South American nation initially opened its doors to Haitians seeking asylum, then later said it would issue 1,200 visas annually to allow them to work there for a five-year period. More than 4,000 Haitians have moved to Brazil, both legally and illegally, since the disaster.

Etienne Brutus, a 26-year-old unemployed father of three, was among the 78 Haitian migrants caught leaving the Dominican Republic last month, en route to Puerto Rico.

He spoke in Spanish to The Associated Press by telephone while sitting on a bus full of migrants traveling from the Dominican Republic’s southeast coast to the capital of Santo Domingo for processing before being driven back to Haiti. Dominican authorities provided an AP reporter with the cell number of a naval officer, who then passed the phone to Brutus. But the signal was weak, making it impossible to obtain more than a few details about his situation.

Brutus said that when he approached smugglers about leaving Haiti, they told him they weren’t traveling north, and that their only destination was east to Puerto Rico. He agreed to make the trip, and crossed into the Dominican Republic for the sea voyage.

“I don’t have work, I don’t have a room, I’m hungry,” he said of his life in Haiti. “If I can get to Puerto Rico, amen. If I can get a room, a job and papers, I’m leaving.”

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Associated Press writer Danica Coto reported this story in San Juan and Trenton Daniel reported from Port-au-Prince and Leogane, Haiti.

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


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The number of Haitians who don’t have enough to eat to maintain a healthy diet has grown from 1.9 million at the end of 2009 to 6.7 million today, said Myrta Kaulard, the country’s director for the United Nations’ World Food Program.

Byen ke se pou w pran CHIF ke mesye sa yo ap voye monte ,pafwa ak yon PENSÈT.
Si se ta vre ke moun lan peyi an ki GRANGOU pase de 1,9 milyon an 2009 a 6,7 milyon an 2013;ki sa ki ta pwovoke kwasans dramatik sa a?
Se pa ta ka TRANBLEMAN DE TÈ an sèlman.
PRESKE 7 MILYON lan peyi an ,ta lan GRANGOU?
KOUMANMAN!
Se ta preske tout peyi an wi la a!
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Se sa k fè mwen pa gen respè pou bann jounalis ideyolôg sayo.
Olye nèg yo rapôte bagay yo wè, yo kwè yo gen dwa fè komantè menmsi yo pa kalifye pou sa.
Nenpôt tiblan ki pase 2 ou 3 semèn lan Potoprens gentan yon eskpè sou istwa ak sosyoloji ayisyen.
Yo pa fouti fè bagay konsa lan peyi yo.

Pou anpeche bann rimè sayo, nou bezwen Press pa nou ki met bonjan enfômasyon byen rechèche lan tout domèn.
Se pou Inivèsite ayisyen yo mete statistik ap projeksyon lan tout domèn enfômatik pou anpeche derapaj sayo.

Se pou gouvènman ayisyen vijilan pou korije movèz fwa etranje lan peyi an.
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SASAYE;

Sa ki bay ""maltèt"" sè ke repotè an di ke CHIF sa yo sòti de NASYONZINI.
FAO ak lòt òganizasyon konn bay rapò sou GRANGOU lan tout peyi; mwen kirye pou m wè sa yo di.

6,7 MILYON?
Se pou JOUNALIS AYISYEN yo poze gouvènman AYISYEN an kesyon sou zafè GRANGOU sa a ,pou omwens tande sa y ap di.
Lan yon peyi tankou ETYOPI ki te sou po KATALÒG zafè GRANGOU an ;gouvènman an adopte tout kalite mezi ORIJINAL e yo andige bagay sa a.
Mesye lan RWANDA yo ,fè menm bagay yo tou.
Si se ta vre ;zafè 6,7 MILYON sa a ;se lè pou NÈG fè tèt yo travay
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Si Nasyonzini fè rechèch epi konklizyon saa korèk, kisa yap fè toujou ann Ayiti ak tout gwo zam fannfwa, tout militè plizyè peyi ka p pran foto ayeryen, fè map sou tout teritwa peyi an.
Yo gen dokiman sou chak karo tè lan peyi an ke yo pral tounen al mete lan achiv pa yo.
Poukisa?
Preval te mande pou ranplase tank ak anjen lou yo ak traktè epi ekipman agrikôl.
Tout yon fôs entènasyional vinn kontwole 6 milyon moun granghou?
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Pwoblèm lan se yon bagay espesifik ke NASYONZINI te vin regle .Se ENPERYALIS yo ki te fè yo vini.

Zòt te fin ranvèse ti PÈ an e yo reyalize ke ZANMI yo ke se swa ELIT lan marye ak POUTCHIS yo ak PARAMILITÈ yo ;gwoup ke WILLIAM ROBINSON rele yon POLYARCHY pa t ap ka andige kolè PÈP lan ki t ap mande kote LIDÈ yo.
Se sa NASYONZINI te vin regle;yo pa t vin regle zafè GRANGOU moun yo.

Sa pou nou note ke bagay pou NÈG ap plede ap vwayaje pou mande ÈD lan se pou yo mete yon SOUDIN ladan l.
Se pou NÈG ize BRENN yo pou yo fè FASKARE ak zafè GRANGOU sa a.
Ke se swa 7 MILYON ou 3 MILYON ;MOUN yo GRANGOU vre!
Ki sa k ap fèt ?
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GRANGOU an sanble se pa yon LEJANN non.
Dapre dènye rapò sa a ;li layite kò l lan tout KOMIN yo;tou le 140.
Sa gen pou wè ak sechrès.
Pa gen pye BWA lan peyi an ;la pli pa p tonbe alòs ki sa pou yo fè.
Dominiken yo ap konstwi plizyè baraj ;tandis ke ann AYITI mwen pa tande anyen de BARAJ ke BREZILYEN yo t ap konstwi an ;sila yo te bay 40 MILYON pou konstwi l.
Kisa ki rive ak BARAJ sa a.
Gen anpil gwo rivyè lan SID lan kote yo ka konstwi BARAJ pou yo tou.
Ak BARAJ sa yo ou fè TWA KABÈS.Ou jwenn dlo pou irigasyon ,elektrisite a bon mache e ou kontwole debòdman dlo an.
BARAJ konn pran lontan pou konstwi ;gen yen ki konn pran 5,10 zan pafwa plis .Kòmanse konstwi yo:

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