For many Haitian migrants the prospect of a better future often clashes with a harsh reality

Haitians who enter the U.S. as undocumented immigrants face a future just as uncertain as those quietly allowed in or deported.

Rose Laure Desmornes feeds milk to her newborn baby boy inside a house in West Palm Beach, Florida where she stayed temporarily after crossing into the United States from Mexico with her partner and 10-year-old daughter. Broyenst (pronounced Bryant) was born on November 19, two weeks ahead of his December 6 due date. Like many Haitian migrants, the prospect of a better future often slams hard against a wall of uncertainty and disappointment.

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