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    1. MILWAUKEE — In a new TV advertisement, an anti-immigration advocacy group accuses House Speaker Paul Ryan of being soft on immigration. A FOX6 News Reality Check found the ad leaves out some important information. Californians For Population Stabilization is spending at least $100,000 to air the ad in the Milwaukee media market over three weeks, […]

    2. A Chicago woman is suing federal immigration agencies for rejecting her renewal for deferred deportation status, accusing them of punishing her for the very activism that led to her gaining that status. Ireri Unzueta Carrasco, 29, said she was denied renewal under the Deferred Action for Childhood...

    3. System Hacked By Syndicate, Says Ahmad Zahid

      Malaysian DigestMay 26 09:25 PM

      PUTRAJAYA: About 100 immigration officers and a foreigner are under probe in connection with the sabotage of the Malaysian Immigration System (myIMMS).

    4. By Ferdinand G. Patinio, Philippine News Agency MANILA, May 27 –The Bureau of Immigration has included former Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief, director general Alan Purisima, and 10 others in its alert list. But Purisima and his co-accused in the graft charges before the Sandiganbayan are not barred from leaving the country as the BI order only advises authorities about their attempt to ...

    5. Campaigners to leave the European Union seized on the yearly net increase of 20,000, arguing that membership made it impossible to control population flows.

    6. Boris Johnson said the UK can only take back control of immigration if 'we vote to leave'. Credit: ITV News

    7. Chicago immigrant claims U.S. retaliated over her activism

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 25 04:56 PM

      By Fiona Ortiz CHICAGO (Reuters) - A Chicago activist sued U.S. immigration authorities on Wednesday alleging they denied renewal of her immigration status in retaliation for her political activity. Irere Unzueta, 29, who came to the United States from Mexico in 1994 when she was 6 years old, applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in 2013 and was granted immigration relief ...

    8. A Calgary woman is begging immigration officials to hurry up and approve her application to bring her niece and nephew, whom she adopted when her sister died in 2014, from central Africa to Canada. It's been two years since Caroline Ijang adopted the orphans from Cameroon, but she still has no idea where the case stands. "I know in the immigration office they have a tough job," Ijang said.

    9. Ireri Unzueta Carrasco, center, background, announces her lawsuit against federal immigration agencies Wednesday. She accuses the agencies of denying her renewal application for deferred deportation status because of her participation in immigration protests.

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