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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 9 2017: While US Census forms currently does not allow Caribbean immigrants to self-identify, the agency’s American Community Survey, (ACS), does implement a partial survey of the foreign-born population in the United States, including immigrants from CARICOM countries. Here is the Census’ recent estimated count of top 5 list of people of Caribbean ancestry, from the most to the least, according to a News Americas Now analysis:
News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Tues. May 30, 2017: It’s a clear case of irony as the Donald Trump administration is on the one hand warning its citizens about the dangers of traveling to Haiti but on the other urging Haitians in the US as Temporary Protected Status beneficiaries to get ready to head back to their homeland by January 2018.
News Americas, Philadelphia, PA, June 8, 2017: Philadelphia will be celebrating Caribbean Heritage Month in June with a series of activities put on by the Caribbean community in Philadelphia.
The evening started with a welcome hour, and pageant queens as well as costumed Barbados “Crop Over” players dancing to the music of a steel drum.
(Miami, FL) - Yesterday, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John Kelly traveled to Haiti for a four-hour trip to make assessments regarding the country’s conditions. DHS released a readout of Secretary Kelly’s trip, which indicates that he encouraged Haitian government officials, including the newly elected President Moïse, to plan for reintegrating Haitian nationals currently residing in the United States back to Haiti.
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