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01-01-2024

New System for Stripping Irish Citizenship from Immigrants to Be Implemented in 2024

United kingdom, United state

#citizenship

#illegal

The Irish Department of Justice plans to introduce a revamped system for revoking citizenship from naturalized immigrants, including Islamic terrorist Ali Charaf Damache. The move comes three years after the previous process was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

About 40 revocation cases, mainly related to alleged fraud or serious criminal activities, are pending. The updated procedures aim to address concerns of natural justice raised by the court and are expected to be implemented in 2024, allowing the government to proceed with long-pending cases, and preventing Damache's extradition to Ireland after serving his US sentence.

21-05-2024

IRCC Begins Sending Invitations for Parents and Grandparents Program Today

United kingdom,United state

#familyvisa

#dependents

Starting May 21, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will send 35,700 invitations to sponsors through the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP). The goal is to approve 20,500 applications for permanent residence.

Eligible sponsors must have submitted an Interest to Sponsor form in 2020, be Canadian citizens or residents, meet income requirements, and agree to financial support for 20 years.

Applications must be completed and submitted on time. If not selected, sponsors can consider the Super Visa, allowing parents and grandparents to stay in Canada temporarily for up to seven years.
21-05-2024

Japan's Revised Immigration Bill Allows Revocation of Permanent Residency for Tax Evasion

United kingdom,United state

#permanentresidence

Japan's Lower House approved a revised immigration bill allowing the government to revoke permanent residency if foreign nationals deliberately fail to pay taxes.

The bill, which is heading to the Upper House, also includes provisions for foreign workers to switch employers and extend their stay. Justice Minister Ryuji Koizumi clarified that the measure targets only those with malicious intent, not those facing financial difficulties.

Critics argue the change could deter foreign talent and cause anxiety among current residents. Despite a petition against it, the government insists it will affect only a small number of residents.
21-05-2024

Finland Proposes Law to Combat Weaponized Immigration from Russia

United kingdom,United state

#immigration

#reforms

Finland has proposed a law allowing its border guard to block or deport migrants pushed by Russia to its eastern border. Prime Minister Petteri Orpo announced the bill to counter what Finland sees as a threat to national security.

Once approved by parliament, the bill would allow Finland to manage its border with Russia, the EU, and NATO's most extended frontier. Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen highlighted significant interest in the initiative from other countries bordering Russia or Belarus.

The proposed law conflicts with international agreements but seeks to address state-weaponized immigration pressures. The law would be temporary, valid for one year.

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