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Arizona immigration law opponents challenge police stops

Arizona immigration law opponents challenge police stops
Opponents of Arizona’s controversial immigration law have asked a US District Court to hold off on passing a part of the legislation which allows police to demand to see the immigration papers of anyone they arrest and suspect of being in the state illegally. The US Supreme Court has already upheld the provision. Immigration groups and...

Arab countries issue warning to citizens in Lebanon

Posted on August 17, 2012 in Politics
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Arab countries issue warning to citizens in Lebanon
As the civil unrest in Syria shows signs of spilling over the border into Lebanon four Arab states have issued warnings to their citizens to think about getting out. Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have all said that it is dangerous for citizens to remain in Lebanon as more Sunni Muslims are abducted by a Shia...

Nevada ad attacks Obama deportation record

Posted on August 9, 2012 in Immigration Politics
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Nevada ad attacks Obama deportation record
A Spanish-language commercial has been launched in the US state of Nevada attacking the Obama administration for deporting a record number of immigrants. The 30-second spot is called No More Lies and accuses Mr Obama of deporting more people than any president who has gone before him. The commercial also attacks Mr Obama for not pushing...

New UK citizenship test announced

Posted on July 2, 2012 in Immigration Politics UK
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New UK citizenship test announced
Ministers have suggested changing the test immigrants are required to complete when applying to settle in the UK. Questions on the Human Rights Act and benefits claims will be left out in future and be replaced by questions concerning British culture. Potential immigrants will soon be required to know more about Florence Nightingale,...