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FIFA calls for visa, work permit and tax exemptions for 2026 football World Cup may be opposed by Trump

19:49 13/12/2017
Documents released by world football governing body, FIFA demand that countries bidding to host the 2026 football World Cup offer visa-free travel, plus work permit and tax exemptions if they want...

US immigration 'hardly impacted' by federal government shutdown

11:58 04/10/2013
A spokesman for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has said that the processing of immigration paperwork should not be greatly affected by the failure of Congress to agree...

Gay spouses can now apply for US family visas

9:16 04/09/2013
The US Supreme Court ruled in June 2013 that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) 1996 is unconstitutional. This means that it is no longer permissible in the US to treat same-sex spouses...

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...

Supreme Court releases ruling on Arizona's harsh immigration law

11:18 26/06/2012
The US Supreme Court has struck down key provisions of Arizona's harsh SB 1070 law affecting illegal immigrants. The SB 1070 law, introduced in 2010, states: Any immigrant over the age of 14 who...

US passes law requiring employers to use E-Verify to check immigrant's work status

14:17 17/01/2012
From 1 January 2012, five states in the US have implemented new laws requiring employers to register for and use the federal E-Verify system to confirm that their immigrant employees are legally...

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