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UK supermarket Tesco fined for breach of immigration rules

10:36 21/11/2012
The UK's biggest supermarket Tesco has been fined £115,000 for breaches of the rules concerning the employment of foreign nationals. On 21st July 2012, UK Border Agency staff went to Tesco's internet...

US courts inspector criticises immigration courts' poor performance

14:53 10/11/2012
The inspector general of the United States' Justice Department has issued a critical report about US federal immigration courts. Michael E. Horowitz says that the courts are allowing the backlog of...

Opportunity for skilled migrants to settle in New South Wales, Australia

15:16 08/11/2012
There is a great opportunity for skilled tradespeople and professionals from the UK and India and indeed other Countries to emigrate to New South Wales, the most populous state in Australia. It is...

UK immigration force raids law firm in Yorkshire

12:24 25/10/2012
The UK Border Agency's Criminal and Financial Investigation team conducted a series of raids in Yorkshire on 23rd October 2012. Four people were arrested on suspicion of people-trafficking offences...

Arizona police introduce 'show me your papers' law

12:42 24/09/2012
On Tuesday 18th September 2012, a US district judge, Judge Susan Bolton, lifted an injunction blocking Arizona police from enforcing a controversial law aimed at illegal immigrants. The Law, part of...

Immigration policy moves to centre stage in US election campaign

17:46 24/08/2012
An advisor to Mitt Romney has launched a lawsuit attacking President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme, thereby making illegal immigration a hot election issue. Kris...

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