n the two years since a massive earthquake struck Haiti thousands of Haitians have left the country, in search of a better life.
Many have headed south, to Brazil, which has been looking for more and more cheap labour.
Brazil's justice ministry says that 4000 Haitians have entered the country since January 2010.
Now, Brazil is changing its laws and Haitians will have a harder time entering the country.
Brazilian officials say they won't expel Haitians already in the country, but that new arrivals will be deported.
Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Brasilia.