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nnnnn hundreds of thousands of haitian migrants facing deportation from the dominican republic thursday as the country in forces and news strict immigration law that the government says is aimed at illegal immigration from haiti , david adams is covering the story for reuters , what the future of of these %HESITATION haitians is extremely unclear but the fact of the matter is that the law says that any haitian migrants who has not a taken the trouble to try and register for this so called regularize ation plan , i would be subject to deportation within forty eight hours if an application is accepted two years of temporary migrant status is granted the human rights groups are especially concerned because they feel that these changes to the lord in the dominican republic have their roots in a deep seated racism and xenophobia a towards haitians , i haitians are a darker skinned than dominicans , alright now haitians have will do all the dirty jobs in the dea and i and they consider alright he seems to be , i frankly pretty inferior , dominican army has readied two thousand troops , to help coordinate the removal of people who failed to provide the appropriate documentation to authorities