Haitians Seek Same U.S. Asylum Laws as Cubans Despite pleas for asylum, more than 200 Haitian refugees who landed in Florida last month are still in detention and most are likely to be deported. Cuban refugees traditionally find more protection on U.S. shores. Haitians seek the same treatment. NPR's Philip Davis reports.

Haitians Seek Same U.S. Asylum Laws as Cubans

Haitians Seek Same U.S. Asylum Laws as Cubans

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Despite pleas for asylum, more than 200 Haitian refugees who landed in Florida last month are still in detention and most are likely to be deported. Cuban refugees traditionally find more protection on U.S. shores. Haitians seek the same treatment. NPR's Philip Davis reports.

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