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Advocates seek help for jobless Haitian victims

Those who arrived after quake are in legal limbo

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / April 17, 2010

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Hundreds of Haitians who fled to Massachusetts after the earthquake devastated their nation are stuck in legal limbo — unable to work or get a driver’s license — their advocates said yesterday at a Boston meeting with a top US immigration official. (Full article: 618 words)

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