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Trump to launch new immigration overhaul push

Far fewer green cards would be given to people with relatives already in the U.S. and 57% versus the current 12% would be awarded based on merit.

Rejecting asylum claim by Iranian national, UK quotes Bible to say Christianity is not ‘peaceful’

The case drew a rebuke from the Church of England, and immigration advocates denounced the decision as another example of the Home Office’s harsh methods.

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San Francisco may aid on immigration for extradition help

San Francisco is a sanctuary for people who are in the country illegally and generally prohibits communication between employees and the federal government regarding a person's immigration status. There are strict rules on when cooperation is allowed.

Meet the man who got Donald Trump to focus on immigration, and keep at it

The person who helped crystallize Trump’s long-standing impulses around immigration into a political platform was Stephen Miller, his chief policy adviser.

U.S. to Send 5,200 Troops to Border as Migrant Caravan Nears

A White House official said the president hadn’t made a final decision about how to proceed, but that several legal, executive and legislative remedies were on the table.

17,000 members of migrant families in US-Mexico border arrested in a month

U.S. border officials arrested nearly 397,000 people in total at the southern border in the 2018 fiscal year that ended September.

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Immigrants lost in 'black hole' of US family reunification: Advocates

Immigration advocates said the government's push to meet the court's deadline to reunite families was marred by confusion and one said children had disappeared into a "black hole."

US sending 1,600 immigration detainees to federal prisons: report

US authorities are transferring into federal prisons about 1,600 ICE detainees, in the first large-scale use of federal prisons to hold detainees amid a Trump administration crackdown on people entering the country illegally.

Trump rejects push for moderate immigration deal, wants 'whole package'

The 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program protects around 700,000 young adults, mostly Hispanics, from deportation and gives them work permits for two-year periods, after which they must reapply.

Mohali: Police crack down on illegal immigration companies

The crackdown came after Deputy Commissioner (DC) Gurpreet Kaur Sapra had ordered to close down the illegal immigration firms.

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New India-Bangladesh immigration centre to be opened

Jalpaiguri, Feb 17 (ANI): A new immigration check point between India and Bangladesh is expected to boost trade and ties between the neighbours. The immigration centre would be inaugurated in Siliguri town on February 18. The new check point has been set up after fervent protests by local businessmen. The first immigration centre was opened in 1994 for trade between Bhutan and Bangladesh and in 1997 for trade between Nepal and Bangladesh

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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