With much of their country destroyed by a devastating earthquake, many Haitians look to America not only for help but also as a new home.
Many dream of relocating to America and hope their plight will open the door to allow them to do so.
It is a dream that is sure to ignite intense debate in the United States where immigration is already a hot political issue and where the influx of refugees puts a strain on an economy already weakened by demands of a poor economy.
Yet others will argue that Americans cannot look the other way at a poor nation in need.
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