Al Jazeera – The special status, created by Congress in 1990, is given to countries where war, natural disaster, or other extraneous circumstances make it too perilous for individuals to return.
It grants residency, work permits, and driver’s licences to Haitians who had started living in the US before or within a year after the earthquake.
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