Tag: immigration

Refugees, by Jason Skinner

Syrian refugees: Inside the arrivals gate

Why was the arrival of Syrian refugees in Canada public but private in Scotland? Are we paying attention to hidden parts of immigration and refugee systems?


Are superbugs stalking refugees in Europe?

Refugees and migrants arriving in Europe could be immune to antibiotics deployed to help them recover from war trauma and journeys across continents, medics fear.

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Immigration procedure used to block individual rights, says researcher

Do governments use immigration procedure to deny individual rights? Professor Jill Family said only a culture change will deliver fairness to cases.

Is justice blind?

Immigration courts – are we blind to justice?

Reporters are not testing immigration courts and tribunals enough, they are showing deference to power, and justice is not being seen to be done.

Is justice balanced?

Toronto immigration board: No more ‘I love you’s’

A Toronto immigration board appeal hearing has declared a marriage to be “not genuine” and for the purposes of getting a husband from Vietnam into Canada.

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Philadelphia Immigration Court: Where numbers rule

Exclusive: Witness the forms, alien numbers, delays, a world of nationalities and human migration colliding inside the Philadelphia Immigration Court.

Is justice balanced?

Philadelphia immigration court: ‘Soccer player’ in ‘wrong place’

A MAN who said he was a professional soccer player in his native Jamaica was warned about who he associates with after connections to a $1/2m drugs bust.

Is justice balanced?

Philadelphia immigration court: Lengthy wait for limited amnesty

A man has appeared at Philadelphia Immigration Court seeking one of 4000 limited “cancellation of removal” waivers granted each year.