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US warns prospective migrants over immigration reform measures

US warns prospective migrants over immigration reform measures
In a statement mainly aimed at cross-border immigration in the south, US official have warned would-be migrants that any immigration reform measures will not apply to them. The bill passed by the US Senate and yet to be cleared by the House of Representatives stated that its proposed path to citizenship would only apply to illegals who...

Archbishop condemns UK immigration rules for separating British families

Archbishop condemns UK immigration rules for separating British families
The most senior UK Catholic cleric is accusing the new immigration rules of splitting up British families and forcing children to live with a single parent. Archbishop of Westminster Vincent Nichols stated, during an extraordinary political intervention, that immigration’s financial requirements for UK citizens with non-EU spouses were...

Brisbane immigrant family fights deportation due to autistic son

Brisbane immigrant family fights deportation due to autistic son
A professional immigrant family living in Brisbane are fighting against a deportation order given because their son has autism. Enamul Kabir and his wife Siuly migrated to Australia from Bangladesh with their son Srijon for a better life, arriving five years ago. Enamul, a doctor of mathematics and his wife, a doctor in biomedical...

Danish former justice minister calls for grouping of immigrants

Danish former justice minister calls for grouping of immigrants
Whilst Denmark isn’t exactly at the top of the list for would-be migrants, it seems to have similar problems about attracting the right type of expat as many other first world countries. The former Danish justice minister, Brian Mikkelsen, has put forward a suggestion that prospective immigrants should be divided into two groups, the bad...

Battle to save asylum seeker baby and his family from deportation

Battle to save asylum seeker baby and his family from deportation
A Rohingyan refugee family detained on offshore Nauru processing centre were recently transferred to a Brisbane hospital to allow the heavily pregnant wife to give birth by Caesarean section and to receive treatment for her diabetes. Two weeks later, the family and the newborn are still in detention and awaiting deportation back to Nauru...

Immigration New Zealand accused of running a visa factory

Immigration New Zealand accused of running a visa factory
Earlier this week, a New Zealand member of parliament accused the Kiwi immigration authority of becoming a rubber-stamping visa factory guilty of serious errors. The Right Honorable Winston Peters claimed that anyone and everyone was being let in in order to cover up the number of NZ citizens who are emigrating. Peters asked the Prime...

Canadian government plans to fast track Filipino visa applications

Canadian government plans to fast track Filipino visa applications
Canada’s federal Government is aiming to fast-track visa applications from Filipinos already in the system, and is considering helping many more hit hard by Typhoon Haiyan. The announcement, made late last week, stated that consular officials are working 24/7 to process applications from Filipinos already under consideration. Canadian...

Immigration New Zealand warns of increasing visa scams

Immigration New Zealand warns of increasing visa scams
Potential migrants to New Zealand are being warned by the country’s immigration department that immigration scams are becoming more common as the country becomes more popular. The scams themselves are versions of common attempts to defraud being practices in many Western countries. The most usual is perpetrated by scammers placing...

Danish immigration deports Thai mother and child after Danish husband dies

Danish immigration deports Thai mother and child after Danish husband dies
Suthida Neilsen and her daughter by a previous marriage were refused permission to stay in Denmark after Suthida’s Danish husband died of cancer in 2012. Im Nielsen was just a baby when her mother met and married Johnny Nielsen during his time in Thailand. On returning to Denmark, little Im settled in with her new extended family of...

Australia listed in top ten destinations for immigrants

Australia listed in top ten destinations for immigrants
In spite of the USA’s historic fame as a destination for immigrants, Australia can lay claim to being a true nation of migrants as its immigrant percentage as part of the total population is far higher. The USA, mired at present in a seemingly unending debate over its attempt to reform immigration law, holds around 12 per cent...