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Son of Margaret Thatcher denied US visa

19:17 04/04/2005
Mark Thatcher, son of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, was denied a visit visa to enter the US and visit his family. Thatcher called it a result of his guilty plea involving a coup...

Canadian immigrant at centre of scandal ordered to leave

16:29 02/02/2005
The man whose accusations forced Canada's immigration minister to resign will be deported from the country, the Globe and Mail newspaper reports. Immigration Minister Judy Sgro resigned from the...

US - New law cracks down on employee outsourcing

16:29 03/01/2005
A new law approved by President Bush makes it tougher for U.S. employers to get L-1B visas for oversees workers, as announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. The L-1 Visa Reform Act...

New Fees for US H-1B and L-1

10:23 03/01/2005
President Bush has signed into law changes affecting the non-immigrant visa categories H-1B and L as announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). The Omnibus Appropriations Act...

New Australian Migration Case Appeals Bill Introduced

10:52 25/03/2004
The Australian Federal Government has introduced a bill into parliament that would impose time limits on migration cases to reduce the number of appeals files against immigration application...

Dutch Justice Minister supports separate immigrant sentences

19:07 28/11/2003
Due to a recent community backlash against crime in the Netherlands committed by groups of immigrants, Justice Minister Piet Hein Donner has come out in support of the idea of sentencing immigrant...

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