Immigrant workers’ lives, livelihoods and documents in limbo after the Hawaii fire
The devastating fire that struck Lahaina, a town in Hawaii, has particularly affected its immigrant population. Immigrant workers, who made up a significant portion of the town's labor force and contributed to its economy, have lost their homes and jobs due to the fire. While some have been actively involved in helping the community recover, challenges arise for those without legal status, who fear seeking assistance could lead to deportation. The fire has left many immigrants without homes, jobs, and documents, and the road to recovery is uncertain.
Source: ABC News | Click here for full story.