Political upheaval in the island nation of Haiti prompted the Biden administration to allow Haitians in the U.S. to renew their protected immigration status. It reverses the Trump administration’s efforts to end those protections. But as Yamiche Alcindor reports, anxiety about the future remains among Haitians on the island and abroad as President Jovenel Moïse clings to power.
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