Caribbean and other foreign nationals seeking to adjust their immigration status to live in the United States can expect to pay more in fees to complete the process this year.
NEW YORK, NY,: For the first time in the history of the U.S. Census, persons from the Caribbean region and those with roots there will now be able to write in their nationality or ancestry on U.S. Census form this March, thanks in large part to the vision and fierce advocacy of one Caribbean immigrant.
Miami, FL. – The Haitian Neighborhood Center, Sant La, leading member of South Florida’s Haitian Complete Count Committee, applauds the Governor’s decision to create the State of Florida’s Statewide Complete Count Committee. We also congratulate Paola Pierre, Chair of the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (HACCOF), for being selected as a member of the committee.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States said its relationship with Haiti had grown much stronger in recent times as the French-speaking Caribbean community (CARICOM) country celebrated its 216th anniversary of independence from France on Jan. 1.