PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – A program that allowed Haitians to remain in the United States while waiting for approval of permanent residence or “green cards” has been scrapped.
Opportunity for millions of lower income immigrants to live legally in the United States, including thousands from the Caribbean, is facing a fresh threat from the administration of President Donald Trump.
After a promising start to her campaign for president of the United States, Caribbean American candidate Kamala Harris has seen her public support erode significantly.
Although still recovering, the U.S. Virgin Islands has come a long way since the two devastating hurricanes that devastated the territory in September 2017. Hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through causing billions of dollars in infrastructural and housing damage and devastation to the three major islands: St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix. But today, the islands are open and ready for business, according to Commissioner of Tourism for the US Virgin Islands, Joseph Boschulte.