The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Bluefin rescued three boaters after their boat sank off West End, Bahamas, May 22, 2011.  (Source: U.S. Coast Guard)

Coast Guard: 122 Haitian, Cuban Boaters Sent Home

The U.S. Coast Guard has returned more than 120 Cuban and Haitian migrants to their Caribbean homelands.


Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide

S. Fla.’s Haitian Community Reacts After Aristide Returns To Haiti

Soon after former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide arrived in Haiti after seven years in exile the South Florida Haitian community began celebrating.


One Year After Earthquake In Haiti, The Impoverished Country Struggles With Rebuilding

Human Rights Commission: Halt Deportations To Haiti

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights is urging the United States to stop deporting Haitians who are seriously ill or who have family members in this country.


Protestors demonstrate against the Haitian deportations in Miami in December 2010. (Source: CBS4)

US Immigration Deports First Haitians Since Earthquake

Immigration officials deported 27 Haitians previously convicted of crimes, the first such deportations since the Obama administration halted them following the 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti.



Deadline Looms For Haitians To Apply For Reprieve

Time is running out for eligible Haitians living in South Florida to apply for temporary protected status.