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13-01-2024

Cyprus Urges EU to Classify Syria as Safe Country, Limiting Protection for Syrians

United kingdom, United state

#refugee

#asylum

Cyprus has urged EU authorities to designate Syria as a safe country of origin, making it more challenging for Syrians to obtain international protection. Interior Minister Constantinos Ioannou raised concerns about migration flows from Syria, emphasizing the strain on Cyprus's reception system.

The designation aims to enable the return of Syrians lacking the necessary documents. While Ioannou believes it would curb irregular migration, EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson noted the complexity of changing a country's status. The EU continues discussions on potential measures, emphasizing the need for collaborative efforts in managing irregular migration flows.

12-07-2024

Thailand Eases Entry for Foreigners with New Visa Measures Effective July 15

United kingdom,United state

#travel

#business

Thailand's Ministry of Interior announced new visa measures to boost tourism and attract foreign business. Starting July 15, citizens from 93 countries can enter without a visa for up to 60 days.

The list of countries eligible for Visa on Arrival has expanded from 19 to 31. A new visa, the Destination Thailand Visa (DTV), allows remote workers, freelancers, and skilled individuals to stay for up to 180 days, with a 5-year validity.

Foreign students on a non-immigrant ED visa can now stay for one year post-graduation to work or travel. These changes aim to stimulate Thailand's economy and attract global talent.
11-07-2024

UK Visas Drop by a Third After Family Immigration Crackdown

United kingdom,United state

#immigration

#dependents

The UK's issuance of skilled worker, study, and health and care visas fell by 34.1% in the first half of this year, following measures to reduce immigrants bringing dependants.

Visa numbers dropped from 397,800 to 262,000, with dependants falling 36.1%. Net migration, currently at 685,000, is expected to decrease further due to policies like raising the skilled worker salary threshold.

Rishi Sunak aims to cap immigration annually. Labour, while also aiming to reduce net migration, has yet to set specific targets. Some within Labour call for relaxed visa rules, especially for the science sector, to attract global talent.
11-07-2024

France Relocates Homeless Immigrants from Paris Ahead of Olympics

United kingdom,United state

#asylum

#deport

Ahead of the Olympics, France has relocated thousands of homeless immigrants from Paris. Promised housing elsewhere, many ended up on unfamiliar streets or were flagged for deportation. Paris's emergency shelters can't accommodate the 100,000 homeless people, leading to temporary shelters across the country.

The government's program, linked to Olympic preparations, screens immigrants for asylum, with many deemed ineligible. Most immigrants face repeated evictions and eventual homelessness in new cities.

Critics argue the program is an "antechamber to deportation." Local officials, unconsulted about the relocations, express frustration over the lack of support and resources for the displaced individuals.

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