It is not clear how Jacqueline ended up on an Elections Canada list. The Sun has chosen not to identify Jacqueline’s last name as her refugee case is pending and public identification can put the outcome of such cases at risk. Her and her husband are asylum seekers from Mexico, and have not yet received permanent immigration status in Canada.
A man who has repeatedly tried to enter Canada and has been removed countless times has been found guilty of assaulting an immigration officer at the Aldergrove Border Crossing.
An alarming article shows that 84 per cent of Algerians, 91 per cent of Moroccans and 53 per cent of young Tunisians want to come to western countries.
Studies on the three north African countries show a growing desire of their populations to leave their countries and joining a western country for a better life, news outlet Oumma reports.
German police arrested an Afghan teenage asylum seeker after he stabbed three people in a small southwestern town. In a stunning turn of events, he was in the end apprehended by the local mayor who was passing by and who was able to reason with the attacker to put down the knife.
After being denied access to publicly funded healthcare, two asylum seekers in Montreal have filed a complaint with the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission.
Without access to subsidized daycare, they are unable to enter the workforce and begin their lives in the province.
“These asylum seekers — penniless, at wit’s end, after surviving three weeks on the road, very often with their children — then attempt to do what I think any human would do, which is request asylum in between the ports of entry,” O’Rourke said. “We should not criminalize that.”
The language is unusually strong for Ahmed Hussen, who speaks often about Canada’s ‘strict and efficient immigration and border-control system’.
Michael Patrick Leahy writing at Breitbart did a thorough job of cataloging the chronology of lies told by alleged ISIS fighter turned Obama refugee—Omar Ameen.
The police arrested a suspect after the murder of a doctor in his medical practice in the German city of Offenburg in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg. The suspected killer, an asylum seeker (26) from Somalia, probably took the life of the doctor around 8.45 am, fled afterwards on foot and could be caught a good hour after a massive police action in the area.
The Sudanese-origin male came to Britain after spending two years in Libya, and was granted asylum by the British government. Just weeks before what police are treating as an attempted terror attack, Khater was granted full British citizenship, according to sources quoted by the British Times newspaper.
That sum includes $74 million for temporary housing in Toronto, $90 million in social assistance and $20 million for school spaces for refugee claimants’ children.
The survey comes as estimates show the federal government spent more than $85M dealing with the influx of irregular asylum seekers during the last fiscal year.
Asylum, thought of as a temporary tool to ensure the safety of people until a threat is no longer prevalent, is no longer what it used to be. Simply being safe, fed and having a roof provided over your head isn’t enough anymore. Refugees are making many demands and claims, which are hardly reasonable if not laughable to a sane person.
The influx of asylum seekers that threw Canada’s refugee system into disarray slowed in June after also falling in May, the first two-month decline since the wave ramped up last year, according to preliminary figures from government officials and border agents.