Nigerian woman facing deportation for offering bribe to acquire UK passport

Nigerian woman named Maria Adesanya may soon be deported from the United Kingdom. The 31-year-old woman is accused of bribing a nurse to pose as the father of her child in order to obtain a British passport for the baby. Adesanya paid the nurse named Adekunle Adeparusi, a 44-year-old British citizen, £3,000 to put his … Continue reading Nigerian woman facing deportation for offering bribe to acquire UK passport

Nigeria-Must-Go: Thousands of Nigerians to be deported from Cameroon

Four thousand Nigerian refugees mostly from Adamawa state are due to be repatriated from Cameroon, media reports confirm. Arrangements to evacuate the Nigerians who fled their homes due to Boko Haram insurgency were concluded on Monday. The planned repatriation is facilitated by a Technical Working Group for Repatriation of Nigerian Refugees in Cameroon. Sadiya Umaru … Continue reading Nigeria-Must-Go: Thousands of Nigerians to be deported from Cameroon

Demi Lovato isn’t a fan of 21 Savage, and now she hates Twitter!

  Demi Lovato has left Twitter for good. Image: Demi Lovato The 'Confident' singer deactivated her account on the microblogging site on Sunday after a joke about the Super Bowl and rapper 21 Savage - who has been arrested by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) for reportedly overstaying his visa and now faces deportation - … Continue reading Demi Lovato isn’t a fan of 21 Savage, and now she hates Twitter!

American pastor facing a 35-year sentence in Turkey

In a politically loaded case that critics describe as "an eclipse of reason," American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been behind locked up in Turkey for charges relating to terrorism, is facing up to 35 years in prison if finally convicted by country's "biased" judicial system. Image shows American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been held … Continue reading American pastor facing a 35-year sentence in Turkey

Man spends a year in U.S. Church to avoid Deportation and finally walks free

A Mexican who crossed the United States borders without proper paperwork in 1997 has finally walked free. He lived in a Philadelphia church for nearly a year to avoid deportation to his country. Image shows Garcia and his family at the Philadelphia church. Javier Flores Garcia left the Arch Street Methodist Church on Wednesday (Oct. … Continue reading Man spends a year in U.S. Church to avoid Deportation and finally walks free

Islamic Leader behind Barcelona Attacks fought Deportation through Human Rights Group in 2014

An Islamic leader who was identified among the victims of last Thursday's explosion preceding the bloody attacks in Barcelona is believed to be constructing bombs for jihadists during the incident. He is believed to have died in a residential building which housed the 12-man jihadists in Alcanar. Image shows the imam's residence in Alcanar. The … Continue reading Islamic Leader behind Barcelona Attacks fought Deportation through Human Rights Group in 2014

23 Countries blacklisted by the U.S. Government for disobeying Deportation Orders

Administrative bottlenecks make deportation of illegals a difficult task for the United States, and this setback is worsened by uncooperative countries which have been publicly identified. The errant twenty-three countries include: China, Iran, Iraq, Zimbabwe, Cuba, Afghanistan, Libya and more. http://dailysignal.com/wp-content/uploads/160728_deportation-map_v3.png Although it looks quite impossible that President Donald Trump will be able to convince … Continue reading 23 Countries blacklisted by the U.S. Government for disobeying Deportation Orders

Legal reasons a U.S. Immigrant may be deported

The United States President Donald John Trump sparked controversies with his recent executive orders against immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. http://news.images.itv.com/image/file/1230647/img.jpg Although the country's judicial arm of government presented challenges to these laws, here's what every potential traveler must know. The US laws have provisions upon which a green card holder, non-citizens or illegal immigrants … Continue reading Legal reasons a U.S. Immigrant may be deported

US Department Of Homeland Security explains the Government’s Immigration Enforcement Plan

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released a number of documents which explain how defaulters of the country's strict immigration laws will be deported. http://www.immigration-lawfirm-usa.com/Immigration_Lawyer.jpg According to a notice which was published last Tuesday, the DHS confirms it is ready to enforce the laws which aim at deporting a large number of undocumented … Continue reading US Department Of Homeland Security explains the Government’s Immigration Enforcement Plan

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says his office won’t deporting Illegal U.S. Residents

The Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck made a statement on Monday, saying his office will not assist the federal government in its plan to deport illegal U.S. residents. Image: Charlie Beck Beck says the LAPD's stand on enforcement of immigration laws will not change even as President-elect Donald J. Trump prepare for war against … Continue reading LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says his office won’t deporting Illegal U.S. Residents