Category Archives: Illegal migrants

Afghan migrants receive 400 euros of “free money” every month in Greece

The EU is supporting Greece with hundreds of millions of euros in emergency aid. How is this money being spent?

One of our reporters did some research and talked with a group of Afghans withdrawing money from a Greek bank. According to them they all receive 400 euros monthly, to use without regulation.

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University launches ‘dream fund’ to help DACA students

The University of Minnesota is now soliciting donations from students and staff to help support illegal immigrant students with “at risk” legal status.

The new scholarship fund, known as “The Dream Fund,” is managed by the university’s Immigration Response team, which launched the program “to help students whose ability to pay for college may be affected by their legal status.”

It may also be affected by their being physically relocated to Mexico.

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Border union chief makes astonishing admission that hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants will never be kicked out of Britain

It is impossible to track down the hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants working on the black market in the UK, a border workers’ union boss has warned.
Swingeing cuts to the immigration enforcement workforce has left the country vulnerable, it is claimed.

And there will be no way of enforcing new rules on EU nationals once the Government’s post-Brexit immigration strategy is eventually finalised.

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Connecticut: Koran teacher who overstayed visa by 30 years avoids deportation in church

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ordered Sajuti to board a plane for Indonesia on Tuesday, but Sajuti and his wife, Dhalia, instead took sanctuary in Meriden’s Unitarian Universalist Church. He is the third illegal immigrant to seek sanctuary in a Connecticut church this year, according to the Hartford Courant.

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Fearful of Trump’s America, asylum seekers from across the globe stream into Canada

Every hour or so, a taxi pulls up at the end of a remote country road in upstate New York and deposits another load of anxious and weary passengers.

From here, it is steps across a gully to the Canadian province of Quebec, where police stand ready to arrest anyone who enters illegally.

Undeterred, the travelers drag their suitcases across a makeshift dirt bridge, past a sign that declares in French and in English, “No pedestrians,” and surrender to the waiting officers.

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