|illegal immigration||Yasadışı göç|
|immigration and emigration||Göç ve göç|
|immigration laws||Göç yasaları|
|immigration policy||Göç politikası|
|immigration reform||Göçmen reformu|
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· Let Hong Kong move to America →
But the system of relatively liberal immigration from Cuba has been an enormous success, allowing huge numbers of Cubans and their families to build a better life in the United States and demonstrating very clearly that the social welfare accomplishments of the Castro regime pale beside the freedom and prosperity of the United States.
· Sacred sites: Where's our outrage over this destruction? →
The federal government's proposed change to the Migration Act, which would allow Border Force officers to confiscate mobile phones from detainees in immigration facilities, is of grave concern.
· Tanjung Datu: MMEA hikes surveillance after intrusion attempts →
“(These other agencies) include the MMEA, the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Malaysian Civil Defence Force, the Malaysian Immigration Department (JIM) and the People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela),” he said.
· UK asylum applications fall sharply during lockdown →
In addition, no refugees have been resettled in the UK since 12 March, according to the one-off Home Office report on the impact of the pandemic on immigration.
· Dr Noor Hisham: Immigration staff at Padang Besar ICQs will be screened and quarantined →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 — The Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed that staff at the Padang Besar Immigration, Customs, Quarantine, Security Complex (ICQs), who came into contact with six Thai students, have been screened and asked to undergo quarantine for a period of 14 days.
· Windrush scandal: only 60 victims given compensation so far →
Many of those who are still waiting for compensation remain in difficult financial circumstances, as a direct result of their treatment by the Home Office when they were mistakenly classified as being in the UK illegally, as a result of the “hostile environment” against illegal immigration introduced by Theresa May, when she was home secretary from 2010 onwards.
· Amazon facial recognition falsely matches more than 100 politicians to arrested criminals →
Customers include law enforcement and US government agencies like Immigration and Custome Enforcement (ICE).
· Malaysia tightens border control to guard against import of COVID-19 cases by illegal immigrants →
Separately, Mr Ismail Sabri said Indonesia, Nepal and Bangladesh have agreed to take back their citizens detained at three immigration depots in Bukit Jalil, Semenyih and Sepang, where COVID-19 cases have been detected.
· First Thing: the US has passed a grim milestone – 100,000 Covid-19 deaths →
If we can understand that the calls to abolish Ice [the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency] actually mean that this country needs a new, transformational immigration system, then why dismiss police abolition as a viable option for a transformative society?
The New York Times
· Why the U.S. May Remove Hong Kong's 'Special Status' →
Under the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992, Hong Kong is treated differently by U.S. law when it comes to financial transactions, immigration and trade.