Labour shortage in US is worsening.
India’s home affairs minister on Sunday said his government “will not allow a single illegal immigrant to stay”, as he visited Assam state where a controversial citizenship register sparked uproar from the almost two million people excluded.
The Democrat-dominated House of Representatives approved a bill Tuesday that would create a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants, but it faces dubious Senate chances.
Australia on Wednesday cut its annual intake of immigrants by nearly 15 percent.
India to give citizenship to immigrants of religious minorities in Muslim countries.
Coastguards in Oran have deterred a total of 61 people from sailing illegally to Europe.
The population of unauthorized immigrants in the US fell to 10.7 million in 2016.
More irregular immigrants arrived in Cyprus causing the authorities of the eastern Mediterranean island to express concern.
Thousands of Vietnamese immigrants renewed their legal immigration status.
A Brazilian judge overturnes a ruling barring Venezuelan immigrants fleeing turmoil.
A Brazilian judge has ordered the border crossing from Venezuela closed.
Over 16,000 Venezuelan citizens crossed the border to Brazil and applied for refugee status in the first half of 2018.
Trump backed down and abandoned the policy aimed at immigrants illegally crossing the US-Mexico border.
Prime Minister Hun Sen lashed out yesterday at the Cambodia Youth Party which claimed that all illegal immigrants would be deported in eight hours if the party won the election.
US President Donald Trump calls on Congress to pass immigration legislation.
Hipsters and entrepreneurs rub shoulders with homeless and immigrants.
Cambodia-US relations are strained by a 15-year-old agreement under which the United States is allowed to send to this country some 1,400 Cambodian immigrants convicted of crimes in the US.
Trump says he is “fairly close” to finalising a deal to allow young immigrants to stay.
Half of businesses operating in Britain’s food supply chain say workers could be leaving.
The government plans crackdown on illegal or irregular paperwork.