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22 Oct
Since the beginning of 2021, illegal entries into the United States through its border with Mexico have multiplied. This coincides with the inauguration of President Joe Biden, who promised to undo a restrictive immigration policy put in place by his predecessor Donald Trump. Those who have come to try their luck are mostly single men, but unaccompanied minors and families are also attempting the crossing. FRANCE 24’s Fanny Allard and Kethevane Gorjestani report.
29 Aug
The Mediterranean island of Cyprus is now the European country that receives the most asylum seekers relative to its population. In 2020, this nation of 875,000 registered 7,000 applications for asylum. With borders on the Balkan route largely closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and migration policies tightening, Cyprus now finds itself on the frontline. More and more migrants from Syria, Lebanon and sub-Saharan Africa are taking great risks to get to the island in the hope of reaching Europe.
29 Aug
The US Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling that requires the Biden administration to reinstate the controversial Trump-era immigration policy.
8 Apr
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Tuesday (April 6) urged the Libyan government to ensure that the country's ceasefire is maintained and strictly observed.
27 Sep 2020
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22 Feb 2020
The Comptroller General of Nigeria’s Immigration Service, Muhammed Babandede says Africa’s future may include a common passport and no land borders. He joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on the new visa policy and how it affects Africans.
28 Jan 2020
The US Supreme Court has allowed hardline immigration policies introduced by US President Donald Trump to take effect. Permanent residency, or "green cards," can now be denied to applicants who rely on public programs.
8 Nov 2019
Hundreds of people were cleared from makeshift camps in the French capital. The operation was the largest of its kind in over a year and comes after Macron's government vowed to "take back control" of immigration.
21 Oct 2019
Switzerland's Green opposition parties have made historic gains, while the anti-immigration People's Party saw a drop in support. But political tradition might keep the Greens out of the cabinet.
8 Sep 2019
Palantir Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Alex Karp discusses the firm's contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, co-founder and chairman Peter Thiel 's support of President Donald Trump, and the possibility of an initial public offering in 2019.
10 Aug 2019
Nearly half of the 680 people detained in the largest US immigration raid in a decade have been released pending deportation trials. Teachers have described the "devastation" of children left home alone after the raids.
7 Aug 2019
Unlike many of its European neighbours Portugal is currently trying to attract refugees, encouraging immigration to boost their workforce and combat a dwindling population.

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