Community Release Soon For Asylum Seekers

Community release soon for asylum seekers By Andrew Probyn, Nick Butterly and Andrew Tillett The Age (Melbourne), October 16, 2010 Hundreds of asylum seekers will be released from high security detention and allowed to live in the community under … Continue reading

New Rules Double Entry Fees For Investors Seeking To Live In Canada

New rules double entry fees for investors seeking to live in Canada Moratorium has been in effect since June By Norma Greenaway Postmedia News October 15, 2010 The price of admission to Canada for some future immigrants will double to … Continue reading

Immigration MInister Holds Marriage Fraud Town Hall

Immigration minister holds marriage fraud town hall The Canadian Press Date: Friday Oct. 15, 2010 6:49 AM ET VANCOUVER—-Dozens of British Columbians joined federal Immigration Minister Jason Kenney on Thursday for a town hall meeting on marriages of convenience. The … Continue reading

Thai Immigration Detain 128 Tamil Asylum Seekers

Thai Immigration Detain 128 Tamil Asylum Seekers October 15, 2010 Thailand is currently holding 128 Tamil migrants for possible deportation despite some having registered with the United Nation as asylum seekers, Thai authorities said Wednesday. Bangkok, the 15th of … Continue reading

Canada Requires Selective Immigration

Canada requires selective migration By David B. Harris Special to The StarPhoenix October 15, 2010 (Harris is an Ontario lawyer and director of INSIGNIS Strategic Research's international and terrorist intelligence program.) Amidst their confused discussion about immigration in the opinion … Continue reading

Immigration : The Cost For Schools

Immigration: The cost for schools BBC News, October 15, 2010 A migration think tank claims UK schools spend nearly 13m a day to educate the children of migrants. With Cambridgeshire a popular destination for migrants working in fields, factories … Continue reading

France Responds To EU Complaints After Gypsy Spat

France responds to EU complaints after Gypsy spat By Angela Doland The Associated Press, October 15, 2010 France is willing to alter some of its laws in response to European Commission complaints that followed the government's expulsions of Gypsies, … Continue reading

Wilders Not Guilty On All Counts

Wilders not guilty on all counts, October 15, 2010 The public prosecution department on Friday afternoon stated that Geert Wilders is not guilty of discriminating against Muslims. Earlier on Friday it announced he should also be found not … Continue reading

Wilders Warns Cabinet On ‘Non-Western’ Immigration

Wilders warns new cabinet on 'non-western' immigration, October 15, 2010 The new cabinet will have a problem if it does not reduce the number of non-western immigrants to the Netherlands, PVV leader Geert Wilders told tv current affairs … Continue reading

Sponsoring A Spouse Is Like Holding A Time Bomb Which Can Explode Anytime

This bulletin is a shortened version of a fraud marriage report which was sent to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It was written by a Canadian man who had sponsored a woman from Pakistan to come to Canada as his wife. … Continue reading

Tamil Couple Changed Names, Lied About Identities, Immigration Board Says

Tamil couple changed names, lied about identities, immigration board says Marten Yousseff, Vancouver From Friday's Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010 10:17PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010 10:30PM EDT A Tamil woman and her husband, who … Continue reading

Student Immigration Scam Investigated

Student immigration scam investigated By TOM GODFREY Toronto Sun Last Updated: October 14, 2010 5:00pm An immigration scam targeting Chinese foreign students who are seeking online help with their visas is under investigation, Toronto Police said Thursday. Those conducting the … Continue reading

Home Office To Lift Ban On Deporting Failed Asylum Seekers To Zimbabwe

Home Office to lift ban on deporting failed asylum seekers to Zimbabwe By Alan Travis The Guardian (London), October 14, 2010 The four-year-old ban on sending more than 10,000 failed asylum seekers back to Zimbabwe is to be lifted, … Continue reading

East Timor In No Rush To Endorse Refugee Centre

East Timor in no rush to endorse refugee centre The Australian, October 15, 2010 East Timor's Foreign Minister Zacarias da Costa has warned a refugee processing centre in Timor could take 'a bit longer' than Australia wants. But speaking … Continue reading

Time Limit Set For Dili Asylum Site

Time limit agreed for Dili asylum site By Paul Maley The Australian, October 14, 2010 Australia has agreed to a key condition laid down by East Timor in its negotiations over a refugee processing centre. Asylum-seekers would spend a … Continue reading

Overseas Prostitute Says NZ Low Risk

Overseas prostitute says NZ low risk By Lincoln Tan The New Zealand Herald, October 14, 2010 Legalised prostitution has encouraged foreign sex workers to move here without visas or residency because it is 'low risk', a prostitute has said. … Continue reading

Foreign Student Drop Leads To Uni Cuts

Foreign student drop leads to uni job cuts By Melissa Brown ABC News (Australia), October 14, 2010 The Victorian Opposition says hundreds of jobs will be lost because of the Government's failure to address concerns about violence against Indian … Continue reading

Rise In ASIO Complaints Linked To Christmas Island Workload

Rise in ASIO complaints linked to Christmas Island workload By Dylan Welch The Sydney Morning Herald, October 15, 2010 ASIO is struggling under a deluge of immigration security checks, with complaints about the speed of vetting jumping by 563 … Continue reading

Sex Slaves Staffed Brothels, Police Say

Sex slaves staffed brothels, police say Yahoo News Wed Oct 13, 11:26 PM VANCOUVER (CBC) – A man has been arrested on charges that he was running several brothels in Metro Vancouver staffed by women police say were lured from … Continue reading

Florida Tomato Pickers Announce New Deal With Growers To Improve Worker Conditions

Florida tomato pickers announce new deal with growers to improve worker conditions By Laura Wides-Munoz The Associated Press, October 13, 2010,0,3587837.story A group representing Florida farmworkers and one of the country's largest tomato growers said Wednesday they reached an … Continue reading

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