• Dismisses scarcity of document, says claim plot to extort applicants Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, has accused corrupt officials of sabotaging efforts at sanitising application and issuance of passports in the country. Inaugurating the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Passport Front Office in Oyo Town, Oyo State, the minister dismissed claim of shortage of the document, insisting … Continue reading Passport Issuance: Corrupt immigration officials extorting Nigerians with ‘scarcity claims’
The US is sending 1,500 troops to bolster resources at its southern border ahead of an expected surge of migrants, the defence department said. They will accompany 2,500 National Guard members already in place to support the work of border agents. Title 42, a Trump-era policy that gives the government power to automatically expel undocumented … Continue reading 1,500 US troops to be deployed to southern border
Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com The justice ministry in Manila said it will close 175 Chinese-owned "Philippine offshore gambling operators" and deport some 40,000 Chinese workers, as part of a crackdown on the online gaming industry. As operators capitalized on the Philippine's liberal gaming laws to target customers in China, where gambling is banned, … Continue reading Philippines to deport over 40,000 Chinese workers
Canada is nowhere near to meeting its goal of welcoming 81,000 refugees by the end of 2021, according to numbers obtained by CBC News. Figures provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) show the department was about halfway to its refugee intake target on Oct. 31. As of that date, Canada had welcomed more than 7,800 … Continue reading Canada needs more refugees
Japan has long stood out among industrialized nations for its closed-door policy on immigration. But as the country faces an acute labor shortage, on top of looming problems brought on by population decline, Tokyo is moving to open up, at least somewhat, to foreigners. Photo by Vitalina on Pexels.com Japanese officials said Thursday that the … Continue reading Japan to adjust visa policy amid labor shortage
A four-page Democratic resolution said the U.S. House of Representatives “strongly condemns President Donald Trump’s racist comments that have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color”. It said Mr Trump’s slights “do not belong in congress or in the United States of America”. The resolution included a full page … Continue reading U.S. lawmakers at war over Trump’s foreign policy initiatives
Donald Trump's campaign trail has been known for its strict stand on illegal aliens and legalization in the United States of America. The Republican presidential aspirant said Thursday that he will not stand down on his earlier decisions against illegal immigration. Mr Trump, 70, reiterated that "there's no path to legalization unless people leave the … Continue reading NO LEGAL STATUS FOR ALIENS: Trump Says They Must Leave The Country.
DONALD J. TRUMP ADDRESSES TERRORISM, IMMIGRATION, AND NATIONAL SECURITY - June, 2016. Thank you for joining me today. This was going to be a speech on Hillary Clinton and how bad a President, especially in these times of Radical Islamic Terrorism, she would be. Even her former Secret Service Agent, who has seen her under … Continue reading DONALD J. TRUMP ADDRESSES TERRORISM, IMMIGRATION, AND NATIONAL SECURITY.