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US Government debates Haitian immigration

US Government debates Haitian immigration
The question of whether the United States government should be doing more to allow Haitians fleeing the devastation of the tragic earthquake in that country is igniting debate inside American political circles. Calls for a relaxation of regulations applied to Haitian nationals who wish to travel to the US have already been made by several...

Returning Polish migrants claims are inaccurate

Returning Polish migrants claims are inaccurate
A Polish immigration expert has rubbished the UK Government’s claims that record numbers of Polish migrant workers are returning home. The government has gone to great lengths to highlight the improvements made in minimising the number of Eastern European workers being allowed to remain in Britain, using numbers of returning foreign...

UK allows immigrant killer to remain

Posted on January 25, 2010 in Legal UK Immigration US
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UK allows immigrant killer to remain
The Home Office has advised that an immigrant from Iraq who murdered two doctors has won his right to remain in the UK. Paranoid schizophrenic, 41-year-old Laith Alani, was afforded the right to stay in Britain following a ruling by the judge in the case that if sent back to his homeland he would represent a danger to the Iraqi...

Jamaican hate cleric to be flown home by private jet

Jamaican hate cleric to be flown home by private jet
Fresh from a failed attempt to deport the preacher of radical Islam Abdullah al-Faisal to Gambia the Kenyan government announced yesterday that it is now attempting to undertake one of the last available option for dealing with the hate cleric, that being a direct flight home to his home country of Jamaica by private jet. According to a...

Immigrant visa fee increases for UK

Immigrant visa fee increases for UK
The basic cost of an immigrant visa for settlement inside the UK will rise in April from the current cost of £585 to £644. However, the rate rise also comes with a new premium visa renewal service which will be made available to the more wealthy to allow them to avoid much of the embarrassment and trauma associated with going through the...

UK introduces new anti terrorist measures for air travel

UK introduces new anti terrorist measures for air travel
The ramifications of the Christmas Day terrorist attempt on a US-bound plane are still being felt in Britain, more so following the announcement by Gordon Brown on Wednesday that the aviation industry will be subjected to yet more security protocols. The failed bombing attempt of the Detroit flight has sent security measures across the globe...

Temporary US asylum could be offered to 200000 Haitians

Temporary US asylum could be offered to 200000 Haitians
A senior official with the immigration department in the United States has this week said that some 200,000 who currently reside in America may be eligible for temporary asylum status following the devastating earthquake in their home country. The director of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Alejandro Mayorkas told...

Italy claims to be the friendliest country in Europe

Italy claims to be the friendliest country in Europe
Just days after over one thousand African workers were forced to flee a southern Italian town as victims of violent attacks an Italian MP has made the bold assertion that his is Europe's most welcoming country. European Affairs Minister Andrea Ronchi said that Italy did not have any race-related issues and blasted fellow European Union...

Five Pakistanis held prior to boarding a UK flight

Five Pakistanis held prior to boarding a UK flight
Five Pakistani nationals have been arrested at Islamabad Airport as they were waiting for their boarding call for a UK-bound flight. All five were believed to have been detained under suspicion of offences relating to immigration. The flight itself, an Airblue ED 200 plane, did manage to leave at the scheduled time and arrived in the early...

Half of UK passengers now being tracked by e-borders

Half of UK passengers now being tracked by e-borders
The e-borders scheme that seeks the electronic monitoring of all passenger movement in and out of the UK is picking up pace despite the ongoing concerns of the government that it may have to shelve the programme amid fears over its legality. Speaking in the House of Commons yesterday the immigration minister Phil Woolas claimed that nearly...