Venezuelan authorities announced that fourteen people who traveled from Venezuela to Trinidad and Tobago were found dead in waters near the South American country’s coast.
China has accused critics in the US government of “an escalation of political suppression” against Beijing due to the new visa restrictions of China’s ruling Communist Party along with their immediate family members.
Spanish authorities in the island of Gran Canarias dismantled the dockside camp that has been using to house thousands of migrants and refugees from Africa over the last few months on Monday morning, as the island continues to struggle with a significant rise in migration.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights expressed concern on Tuesday afternoon for dozens of Venezuelan migrants, including 16 children, who were deported from neighboring Trinidad & Tobago, and whose whereabouts it said remain unknown.
The Spanish government will not transfer illegal immigrants arriving in the Canary Islands’ Las Palmas and Tenerife to the country’s mainland, following the arrival of thousands of migrants from Africa.
The Scottish government has made traveling to and from the country without a “reasonable excuse” illegal, according to a published draft of regulations aimed to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Mexican government announced on Friday morning that it will change the country’s immigration law that would prohibit migrant children in immigration detention centers.
South Korea accepted only 164 asylum seekers from nearly 6,000 applications.
A US government watchdog report published on Saturday revealed how the Trump administration “took deliberate steps” in the year 2018 to limit the number of asylum seekers processed at ports of entry along the Mexican border. The report pointed out this action included stopping processing “virtually all” undocumented immigrants at seven different port locations and even turning away asylum seekers who had already stepped into the nation.
The Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines has ordered nearly 3,000 Chinese nationals to leave the country for overstaying and infringing the conditions of their visas, a top immigration official announced on Tuesday.