The Australian government has been under mounting pressure to intervene since the British government last week ordered Assange's extradition to the United States on spying charges
According to the US Customs and Border Protection, India is the fifth largest source of illegal migrants entering the USA from the southwest border
Djokovic flew out of Melbourne last Sunday after he failed in a last-gasp court bid to stay and play in the opening Grand Slam tournament of the year, where he was targeting a record 21st major title.
The world number one from Serbia, who desperately wanted to defend his crown, flew out hours before the Grand Slam after his last-gasp court bid to stay in Australia without being vaccinated against Covid failed.
The visa saga cast a dark shadow over the opening Grand Slam of the year and few players were willing to give Djokovic public backing as the controversy dragged out.
As time slips away before the Australian Open starts Monday, the nine-time title holder heard in an emergency hearing that he will be in immigration detention from Saturday morning -- not on the Melbourne Park tennis courts.
Djokovic's visa has been cancelled for a second time in a new attempt to deport the unvaccinated Djokovic just days before the opening major of the year, where he would be defending his title.
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said Friday he used his ministerial discretion to revoke the 34-year-old Serb’s visa on public interest grounds three days before the Australian Open is to begin.
Congresswoman Deborah Ross- and Senator Alex Padilla-led 49 House and Senate members have urged the DHS to extend eligibility to the 2,00,000 documented dreamers under DACA
Documented dreamers are children of long-term visa holders who often wait years for a green card and face deportation if they don't receive legal immigration status after turning 21
Undergrad Bangladeshi student at Visva Bharati University asked to leave India in 15 days for engaging in 'anti-govt' activities
A Bangladeshi student of Visva Bharati University has been asked by the home ministry to leave the country for reportedly engaging in 'anti-government activities'
Donald Trump signs proclamation suspending entry of immigrants who can't afford to pay for healthcare
The proclamation, issued by the White House, said it would not affect any individual’s eligibility for asylum or refugee status
Donald Trump wanted soldiers to shoot illegal migrants, fortify border wall with alligator-filled moats: NYT
Trump has made a clampdown on both illegal and legal immigration one of the keystones of his nationalist "America first" presidency.
Indian sentenced to six years imprisonment for providing tech support to telemarketing scam in US, to be deported at end of term
An Indian college intern in the US has been sentenced to five years in prison for providing tech support to a telemarketing fraud scheme that duped about two dozen senior citizens of their retirement savings amounting to nearly a $ one million.
The sanctions on the officials have been put in place after a row between Pakistan and America over the deportation of dozens of Pakistanis, currently in the US, because of visa overstay and other allegations, it said
Supreme Court refuses to stay deportation of 7 Rohingya Muslims; 'Myanmar citizens' to exit via Manipur's Moreh
A Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Thursday dismissed the petition against the deportation of seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar as it refused to interfere in Central government's decision.
India to deport 7 Rohingya Muslims lodged in Assam jail: Ranjan Gogoi-led SC bench to hear fresh plea challenging move
India plans to deport seven Rohingya Muslims, who have been in the country since 2012 and served jail terms for illegal entry. A fresh plea was moved in the Supreme Court on Wednesday seeking to restrain the Centre from deporting the seven.
India to deport seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar tomorrow; immigrants to cross at Manipur's Moreh border post
The seven Rohingya immigrants from Rakhine state in Myanmar had been staying at a detention centre in Silchar, Assam, since 2012, when they were detained by the police.
From Monday, the US would start implementing a new rule which allows initiation of deportation process of people whose legal status to stay in America has expired for reasons such as denial of visa extension application or change in status, officials said.
US judge suspends quick deportation of reunited migrant families; ACLU asks to give time to plan to seek asylum
Attorneys said newly reunited families should be given time to talk through whether they plan to seek asylum and mull over the possible ramifications for both the parents and the children.