cent: Immigration and refugee board data shows that between February 2017 and March 2018, 68 per cent of processed claims by Haitian asylum seekers were rejected, while only 9 per cent were approved, according to Toronto Star. Charles Krupa / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS file photo They charged me ransoms, came to my place and looted my home, he said Saturday. Claude, who would not give his real name for fear of reprisal, said he came to Canada after criminals ransacked his home and threatened his wife and children. Thanks to God they did not rape my wife and kids, my daughter. Article Continued Below He stood on the margins as about two dozen protesters held a rally in Montreal on Saturday to call on the Canadian government to declare a moratorium on deportations to Haiti due to civil unrest in the country. Now, the 44-year-old father said he's scared to be sent back to Haiti, where he believes his possessions will be gone and he won't be able to protect his family. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.