- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJul 29 09:01 PM
Immigration is big news in the U.K. At the moment, the country's focus is on thousands of would-be migrants struggling to enter from France . And in national elections last May, the anti-immigration U.K. ...
- The Washington TimesJul 28 12:51 AM
Federal, metro governments settle immigration suit for $310K NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Five years after immigration agents and local police raided a south Nashville apartment complex, the federal and Nashville governments have agreed to pay $310,000 to 14 people who sued over constitutional violations. Plaintiffs include 12 Hispanic immigrant men ...
- BloombergJul 29 11:55 PM
Few issues fire Britons up more than immigration. What are the facts?
- 3newsJul 29 09:55 PM
A scam website pretending to be that of Immigration New Zealand has prompted a warning from the real government department.
- The InquisitrJul 27 08:48 PM
In Donald Trump’s now hotly debated words regarding Mexican immigration, in which he called for a possible wall to built at the Mexican/United States border, had harsh words to say about Mexican immigration a couple weeks ago. According to Time Magazine, the billionaire real estate mogul kicked of his Republican presidential campaign bid with some Trump Hot Air On Immigration? ‘We Have To Do ...
- BBC worldJul 29 11:25 PM
Germany's uncomfortable refugee debate
- Scoop.co.nzJul 26 08:11 PM
The Government’s immigration changes to encourage more skills and entrepreneurs to the regions is a good step forward and will help address regional skill shortages.
- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJul 29 04:06 AM
Wellington, July 29 (IANS) The Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has identified nine Indian-origin "witch doctors" on the run after it came to light that they had duped vulnerable people, a media report said on Wednesday. Of the nine, five have already left the country, news channel 3News reported. "The individuals have been asked to respond to INZ's concerns before a decision is taken on what ...
- MSNJul 29 09:14 AM
© Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pa., speaks as House Democrats hold a news conference to call for presidential action on immigration on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.
- Los Angeles TimesJul 28 10:13 AM
To the editor: Today's immigration policies are a carry-over from the Republican administrations of Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. (" Judge says immigrant families should be released from detention: What happens now? ," July 26)
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