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Australian immigration - US and UK top sources for overstayers

16:56 20/01/2005
Many people may be surprised to know that British and American nationals make up the greatest number of overstayers, according to a new report released by Australia's Department of Immigration and...

Fed governor favours open US immigration

16:18 20/01/2005
Amidst a growing debate about immigration in the US , one of the country's top officials has said that tougher policies brought in since September 11 2001 may put a brake on America's productivity...

UK to attempt to reduce the number of asylum seekers

19:50 19/01/2005
UK immigration policies are to get an overhaul to deal with false asylum seekers and terror suspects, the BBC reports. In an interview with The Times newspaper, Britain's Home Secretary Charles...

German immigration at lowest level for many years

13:44 19/01/2005
The number of immigrants to Germany dropped below 800,000 for the first time in many years in 2003, the broadcaster Deutsche Welle reports. According to Government figures released on January 17, 768...

Immigration may rise thanks to UK jobs boom

13:27 19/01/2005
While other European countries struggle with high unemployment, the UK is facing a labour shortage that could be eased through higher immigration , the Financial Times newspaper reports. Figures just...

New Canadian immigration minister - faster refugee processing

19:49 18/01/2005
Following the January 13 resignation of Judy Sgro, newly-appointed Canadian Immigration Minister Joe Volpe will seek to speed up the process of determining who is a refugee, the website Cnews reports...

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