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How to Protect Refugees in a Pandemic

Perhaps the most effective health interventions in the battle against COVID-19 so far have been..

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Opponents Say Expansion Of U.S. Immigrant Ban Should Not Include Skilled Workers

In an effort to stop President Trump from expanding his recently signed presidential proclamation..

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Opponents Say Expansion Of U.S. Immigrant Ban Should Not Include Skilled Workers

In an effort to stop President Trump from expanding his recently signed presidential proclamation..

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Fate of DACA Still Uncertain

The fate of about 800,000 young undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children is..

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Democrats demand stimulus money for Americans who are married to immigrants

By Sahil Kapur, WASHINGTON, (NBC):- Americans are eligible for up to $1,200 in coronavirus stimulus..

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Avoiding a COVID-19 Migration Crisis

Closing national borders is a natural response to the coronavirus pandemic, and governments stand..

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As pandemic rages, U.S. immigrants detained in areas with few hospitals

Kristina Cooke, Mica Rosenberg, Ryan McNeill, BASILE, Louisiana (Reuters): U.S. immigration..

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US group asks Donald Trump to suspend H-1B program

PUNE, (ET): A US-based anti-immigration technology workers group has asked for the H1-B visa..

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In Indigenous Colombia, Venezuelan Migration Sparks Conflict

BY JULIA SYMMES COBB, CASTILLETES, Colombia (Reuters): In the sun-baked scrubland of northern..

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U.S. Supreme Court gives states latitude to prosecute illegal immigrants

WASHINGTON, (Reuters): The 5-4 ruling, with the court’s conservative justices in the majority,..

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No meeting with Trump, but WTO chief sees U.S. ‘sense of urgency’ on trade reforms

Andrea Shalal, WASHINGTON (Reuters): World Trade Organization Director General Roberto Azevedo said..

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NEED FOR WORLD MIGRANT POLICY

Migrants from one country to another can be classified into two categories. One category is those..

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Year 2019: U.S. Courts Grant Asylum To 625 Nepalese, Stamps Denial in 245 Cases

N24 Correspondent, NEW YORK: The U.S. immigration courts have accepted asylum petitions of 625..

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122 Chinese nationals expelled, not allowed to enter Nepal for four years

KATHMANDU: A total of 122 Chinese nationals come in Nepal on tourist visa but involving in illegal..

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‘Food stamp’ revocation decision turns beneficiaries wary ahead of April 1 deadline

N24 Correspondent, PHILADELPHIA: Ramesh Rai (name changed) was a minor when he came to the U.S...

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