"What should we make of the 'Germany is colourful' campaign? A compost heap is colorful too."
International students generate a whopping £7bn a year for the UK economy, but numbers have been falling, and by last spring, the total number of applications from non-EU students had dropped by 6 percent.
The Republican nominee offers no path to legal status for illegal immigrants — unless they leave the country
Americans are familiar with the Republican nominee's PR issues south of the border, but Mexico’s president has his own popularity problems at home.
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Eleven days after the DOJ said it would end the use of private prisons, DHS announced a plan to evaluate whether to "move in the same direction."
By Tess Owen
The controversial 84-year-old Phoenix-area lawman could face criminal contempt charges for violating a court order linked to racial profiling of Latinos.
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"Syrian refugees flood in," the ad says. "Illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay — skipping the line. Our border open."
But it's unclear when that will take place and where the more than 850 asylum seekers currently held there will go
There have been many attempts throughout US history to ban immigrants from certain ethnic or religious backgrounds for the same national security reasons that Trump is citing.
British Columbia is in the middle of a public debate about Chinese immigration and some locals have become convinced that scores of Chinese immigrants are heading to Vancouver just to give birth.
Even though the Canadian government has promised to stop locking up migrants in provincial jails, the policy hasn't ended yet.
Norbert Hofer was defeated by less than one percent in May. The Supreme Court says there may have been irregularities that demand a new vote.