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Quebec asks federal government for help as 2018 asylum crossings spike beyond record-setting 2017

MONTREAL — The Quebec government says it is facing the prospect of even more asylum seekers entering the province from the United States this year and wants the federal government to come up with a plan to deal with the influx. 695 more words


First-person feature: Growing up as a young refugee

In 2007, Gulwali Passarlay, aged 12 years was granted political asylum in Britain. Hismother paid people smugglers her life savings to get him and his brother away from the war in Afghanistan and find safety.

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Heb ik me toch een goedkope oplossing voorvasielopvang: privatiseer het! Laat het door individuën/burgerorganisaties uitvoeren. Als de hele linkse kliek niet massaal hun eigen huis en bankrekening openzet voor asoelzoekers, is die hypocrisie ook weer aan de kaak gesteld, en kunnen we verder met de dag.


A Man Was Denied Asylum in the U.K. Because He Couldn't Answer Questions About Greek Philosophers

The U.K.’s immigration officers have denied a Pakistani humanist’s application for asylum after he failed to adequately answer questions about Plato and Aristotle.

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A place to call home: Refugees find a fresh start in Corvallis, but new federal limits could bar the door for others

When the Rwandan genocide spilled over into the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1996, Andre Sungura and Binwa Masoka were among the thousands of Congolese who fled for their lives. 65 more words


Population density as a mechanism of influence

The population density,of the Netherlands is over 10 times that of the USA. Therefore: so long as European countries bears the brunt of immigration from countries that benefit from American foreign policy attention, the US population will not put pressure on the US government to stop terrorizng the world. 25 more words


Josh Dehaas: Government should provide information on fate of failed asylum seekers

After Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen released his annual immigration plan last Wednesday, Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel went on CTV to offer her reaction. The Calgary MP painted a picture of a system buckling under the weight of the more than 15,000 asylum seekers who walked into Canada to claim refugee status after the election of Donald Trump. 788 more words

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