ICE representatives talk with community on Haitian migrant border crisis, answer concerns

It’s been about three months since tens of thousands of Haitians fled their home country to seek refuge in the United States. Now, people are wondering where they are and if they are OK. 
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement met with the community in East Flatbush to discuss the latest on those Haitian migrants at the border. 
Brooklyn residents gathered at the Byways and Hedges Church to hear from ICE representatives about the latest on the Haitian migrant border crisis.
Back in September, tens of thousands of Haitians escaped their country and headed to the US following a massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake and political unrest in Haiti. 
ICE representatives on Wednesday want to denounce the fear around their agency by answering the community’s questions on the latest at the US Mexico border.