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Family, Soccer and God - 23 Jan 2014
Milice Norassaint, a construction worker on the Arena Amazonia soccer stadium, came to Brazil in 2011, leaving his wife Jolaine and his children behind in Haiti but hoping they would one day be able to join him. He is among thousands of Haitian migrants who left for Brazil following an offer of humanitarian visas by that country after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup.
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January 23, 2014
The Arena Amazonia soccer stadium, where Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint works as a mason, is seen...
Manaus, Brazil
The Arena Amazonia soccer stadium is seen in Manaus
The Arena Amazonia soccer stadium, where Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint works as a mason, is seen in Manaus October 7, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY POLITICS SPORT SOCCER)



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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint carries mason's supplies as he walks through the Arena...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint carries mason's supplies as he walks through the Arena...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint carries mason's supplies as he walks through the Arena Amazonia soccer stadium, a future venue for the 2014 World Cup, in Manaus, northern Brazil October 3, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken October 3, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY POLITICS SPORT SOCCER)



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Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint talks on his mobile phone to his wife Jolaine during a break from work...
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Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint talks on his mobile phone to his wife Jolaine during a break from work...
Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint talks on his mobile phone to his wife Jolaine during a break from work as a mason on the construction site of the Arena Amazonia soccer stadium in Manaus, northern Brazil November 9, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint reads the Bible at home on a day off from work in Manaus northern Brazil...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint reads the Bible at home on a day off from work in Manaus...
Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint reads the Bible at home on a day off from work in Manaus northern Brazil December 29, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY POLITICS SPORT SOCCER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint holds a photo of his family while at home on a day off...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint holds a photo of his family while at home on a day off...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint holds a photo of his family while at home on a day off from work in Manaus, northern Brazil December 29, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint eats a meal from a takeout container on the doorstep of...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint eats a meal from a takeout container on the doorstep of...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint eats a meal from a takeout container on the doorstep of his rented home on a day off from his job in Manaus, northern Brazil December 29, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint talks to a teller as he wires money to his wife in Haiti...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint talks to a teller as he wires money to his wife in Haiti,...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint talks to a teller as he wires money to his wife in Haiti in Manaus northern Brazil November 13, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 13, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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January 23, 2014
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned...
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Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned to them by...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned to them by a local evangelical church in Manaus, northern Brazil October 13, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken October 13, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint (L) helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned to them...
Manaus, Brazil
Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned to them by...
Haitian migrant Milice Norassaint (L) helps lead a Sunday mass for Haitians in a space loaned to them by a local evangelical church, on a day off from his job in Manaus northern Brazil October 13, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken October 13, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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January 23, 2014
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint speaks to his wife on a mobile phone on his day off from...
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Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint speaks to his wife on a mobile phone on his day off from...
Haitian construction worker Milice Norassaint speaks to his wife on a mobile phone on his day off from work in Manaus, northern Brazil October 12, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken October 12, 2013. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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January 23, 2014
Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice, a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil,...
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Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice while standing in a corn field near their church in St....
Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice, a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, while standing in a corn field near their church in St. Michel, Haiti November 9, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice, a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil,...
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Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice while standing in a corn field near their church in St....
Jolaine Norassaint speaks to her husband Milice, a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, while standing in a corn field near their church in St. Michel, Haiti November 9, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint holds a picture of her husband Milice while standing outside the church where they...
Jolaine Norassaint holds a picture of her husband Milice, a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, while standing outside the church where they met in St. Michel, Haiti November 9, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint (far R, red shirt), whose husband is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium...
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Jolaine Norassaint stands outside her family home as children approach in St. Michel
Jolaine Norassaint (far R, red shirt), whose husband is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, stands outside her family home as children approach in St. Michel, Haiti November 9, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint brushes her daughter Ketire's hair at home in St. Michel
Jolaine Norassaint (L), whose husband Milice is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, brushes her daughter Ketire's hair at home in St. Michel, Haiti November 15, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint, whose husband is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, prepares...
Jolaine Norassaint, whose husband is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, prepares a family dinner at their home in St. Michel, Haiti November 15, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint receives money that her husband Milice wired to her in St. Michel
Jolaine Norassaint, whose husband Milice is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, receives money that he wired to her in St. Michel, Haiti November 15, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint, whose husband Milice is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, leads a prayer in the evangelist church where he was a preacher before he emigrated to Brazil, in St. Michel, Haiti December 1, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint leads a prayer in the evangelist church where her husband was a preacher before he...
Jolaine Norassaint (standing), whose husband Milice is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, leads a prayer in the evangelist church where he was a preacher before he emigrated to Brazil, in St. Michel, Haiti December 1, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Jolaine Norassaint picks up her children from school in St. Michel
Jolaine Norassaint, whose husband Milice is a construction worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil, picks up their children from school in St. Michel, Haiti November 15, 2013. Milice left Haiti for Brazil in 2011, hoping that his family would one day be able to join him. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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Haitians line up to apply for visas outside the Brazilian embassy in Port-au-Prince
Haitians line up to apply for visas outside the Brazilian embassy in Port-au-Prince November 22, 2013. In 2012, Brazil approved a humanitarian visa policy for Haitians, two years after an earthquake on their island left many in dire poverty, and thousands have made the journey. Haitian immigrants are now crossing the border from Peru at a rate of around 70 per day, according to the Acre state government. Many hope to work in one of Brazil's public works projects as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SPORT SOCIETY POLITICS SOCCER)

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