According to data from the Border Services Agency, 434 Haitians from the United States who entered Canada

Haiti FLASH News: Already more than 500 Haitians entered illegally in Canada expelled in Haiti

Following the decision of the Trump administration to terminate the designation of Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Haiti on July 22, 2019, thousands of Haitians have left the US, illegally crossing the border between Quebec and the United States to Roxham road, to file a request for asylum. Of the estimated 10,000 Haitians who crossed the Canadian border illegally in 2017 (partial figure) only 8% were eligible to apply for asylum. Which means that more than 90% will be returned to Haiti.

According to data from the Border Services Agency, 434 Haitians from the United States who entered Canada illegally were expelled in 2017 and 68 since the beginning of this year. Recall that the fact that a Haitian cross the border without passing through an official border crossing, obliges Canada under the law to expel the migrant in his country of origin (Haiti) and not in the country through which he has transited (USA).

On the other hand, deported people in general pay their own return ticket, if they can not, the Border Services Agency will pay the ticket for them, but if the deported person wants to return to Canada someday, the reason and its status, she will have to repay $1,500 per ticket plus pay $400 of fees when applying for permission to return to Canada.