KINGSTON, Jamaica, April 27, 2019 - If U.S. President Donald Trump has his way, prospective visitors to the United States will not only have to contend with the high cost of a visa, but could also be ordered to post an “admission bond” that would be repaid once they leave the country.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, March 24, 2019 - National Security Minister Stuart Young has assured that it is not the policy of the T&T government to separate children of Venezuelan migrants from their parents who find their way to Trinidad, seeking asylum in that country.
After months of negotiations and some controversy, a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration was agreed by 164 countries in early December. In the final text of this agreement and in the process that led up to it, distinguishing between “legal” or “regular” and “illegal” or “irregular” migration was presented as central to a state’s sovereignty.
Asylum seekers in Denmark are being shipped to ‘Virus Island,’ a small stony inlet in the Baltic Sea, the right-wing Danish People’s Party said this weekend. “They are unwanted in Denmark, and they will feel that,” said Immigration Minister Inger Stojberg.
WASHINGTON DC, October 30, 2018 - United States President Donald Trump says he intends to sign an executive order to end the right to citizenship to children born in the United States to non-citizens and immigrants in the country illegally.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica July 5, 2018- Against the background discussions surrounding the free movement of CARICOM nationals at the Heads of Government meeting being held in Montego Bay, the Jamaica Observer newspaper is reporting yet another Jamaican complaining of inhumane treatment by immigration authorities after being denied entry to Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday.