The US Department of Homeland Security Tuesday issued new memos based on President Trump’s executive orders for aggressive enforcement of immigration laws, including a potentially massive expansion of the number of people detained and depo
US President Donald Trump will not seek a rehearing of a decision that shut down his travel ban and will issue a new executive order next week, the Justice Department said.
Last Thursday, a three-judge panel of the Court of Appeal
An appeals court panel has maintained the freeze on President Trump’s controversial immigration order, thus allowing previously barred refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries to continue to enter the US, a report said.
Federal judges expressed scepticism Tuesday over the need for President Donald Trump's travel ban, which has upended travel to the US for more than a week and tested the new administration's use of executive power, a report said.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in the challenge to President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration on Tuesday evening at 6 pm ET, a report said.
The hour-long hearing, conducted by telephone
The Trump administration moved the US department of justice on Saturday night to appeal a Federal District Court ruling against the suspension of President Trump's travel ban on people from seven mainly Muslim nations.
A new service that enables the use of Emirates ID cards to pass through automated immigration gates at Dubai International (DXB) is gaining popularity, with more than 234,000 UAE residents using it during its phased roll out.
Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday she was looking at a work permits system to control migration from the European Union, responding to Brexit voters' demand for tighter border controls.
Switzerland's talks with Brussels on curbing immigration from the European Union have been complicated by Britain's vote to leave the bloc as EU officials focus on unravelling that relationship, President Johann Schneider-Ammann said on
European Union ministers on Friday backed making it easier and faster to suspend visa waiver with third countries and said relaxing travel rules for more states was not imminent amid deepening public concern about immigration into the bloc.