The United States government is going to deport 60,000 Haitians by 2019. This is a problem because there are barely any jobs available for Haitians in Haiti and many of the facilities that the United States government and the French government promised to build has not been built yet. The public hospital that the countries promised to build in 2010 has not been completed. The presidential palace has not been completed yet after being ruined by the earthquake and many buildings are still in shambles because of the earthquake. In conclusion, conditions have yet to improve in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and deporting Haitians in the U.S. will only cause more harm.
The Trump administration has announced it will end the Temporary Protected Status designation for Haiti by July 2019. The protection status was created to protect people who are victims of natural disasters and do not have a place to live. The Trump Administration is not going to gain anything by deporting about 50,000 Haitians who are more than likely going have to live in poverty in Haiti because of the lack of jobs available in Haiti.
Haitians face racism and discrimination when they try to sell their harvest in the Dominican Republic through border markets. The Dominicans have been criticized for establishing racist immigration policies against Haitians. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere because of the reparations they had to pay to France after gaining their independence. This has resulted in many Haitians fleeing the country in order to find a better life but because of the harsh Dominican immigration laws this is harder to accomplish.