• Two Australians detained, one of Christmas Island, after visas were cancelled

    Two Australian men 'accidentally' detained and one sent to detention centre on Christmas Island after the dual-citizens had their visas cancelled for committing 'serious crimes'

    published: 05 Jul 2017
  • Boat People arriving in Australia on Christmas Island,.. but Beware!

    BEWARE Asylum seekers arriving by boat without a Visa will never be allowed to settle in Australia. New Rules from August 2013. From now on they will be taken to PNG. Also many boat people drown before they get here.Its a huge risk.

    published: 03 Oct 2011
  • 'Control regained' at controversial Christmas Island detention centre

    Australian authorities say they have regained control of the controversial Christmas Island detention centre. Rioting broke out after an escaped Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker was found dead at the bottom of cliffs. At least five people were injured and widespread damage caused. On the island, detainees seeking political asylum, many of whom have fled from war-torn regions, are segregated from foreigners facing deportation for a variety of crimes. Officials say those leading the unrest were … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/11/10/control-regained-at-controversial-christmas-island-detention-centre What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe!...

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Immigrants face deportation from Australia

    Australia's new asylum policy is stirring heated debate before next month's general election. Asylum seekers arriving by boat to the immigration detention centre on Christmas Island are now being deported to Papua New Guinea or the island of Nauru. Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from the immigration detention centre on Christmas Island.

    published: 13 Aug 2013
  • Australia Praises Drop in Arrival of Illegal Immigrants from Sri Lanka

    Australian immigration minister Brendan O'Connor visits Sri Lanka and praises cooperation that has led to a decline in the arrival of illegal immigrants. Full Story: Australian immigration minister Brendan O'Connor on Friday welcomed measures which have reduced the arrival of illegal immigrants from Sri Lanka. On a three-day visit to the island nation, O'Connor said cooperation between Canberra and Colombo had led to a significant decline in people trying to reach Australian territory by boat. [Brendan O'Connor, Minister For Immigration And Citizenship]: "Indeed there was a very significant increase in irregular maritime arrivals last year from Sri Lanka and as a result of good work by the two countries we saw a very significant decline in such arrivals. We believe that it is too dange...

    published: 03 May 2013
  • SERCO ABUSE AUSTRALIA

    THIS WAS REMOVED EVERYWHERE YESTERDAY PLS SHARE SHARE SHARE***** My name is Ossama Abdalla Wahab. I am an Egyptian citizen and I’ve been a detainee in Australian detention centres for nearly 5 years now. I am seeking for protection. My case has been rejected like so many others. All this time in detention I’ve been mistreated and discriminated. In 2015 at Christmas Island Det. Centre  a detainee(Fazel Chegeni)  was beaten to death by the Serco ERT officers. The department of Immigration  covered  it up as usual and officially declared that it was a suicide case.  When detainees started to demand an explanation on Fazels death and they didn’t receive any satisfactory response from Serco – a riot erupted. 21 detainees were taken to jail for participating in the riot . Most of them went to ...

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Australia High Court backs Pakistani refugee in visa row

    Australian judges have told ministers to grant a visa to a Pakistani refugee who arrived by boat in 2012. The government argued it was against the national interest to grant him a visa because he arrived by boat. But the High Court said in its decision that the government could not deny someone a visa solely because they arrived by boat. The immigration department said it would comply with the decision, but insisted its policies would not change. The wider implications for other cases "appear to be limited", the department said. For years, Australia has tried to stop refugees and asylum-seekers from arriving by boat. One of the central goals of recent legislation has been to ensure such immigrants are never allowed to settle permanently in Australia. It has done deals with Papua New...

    published: 13 Feb 2015
  • Christmas in Dubai!

    Dubai is such a beautiful place - different from anywhere else that I have ever been. This ended up being one of my favorite vlogs that I've done so far - I hope that you enjoy seeing the first of my adventures here! I love sharing my adventures! Please subscribe - there are always many more coming up. **New videos every Wednesday and Saturday.** SOCIALS Instagram - travellight21 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/travellight21/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Travellight_ http://travellight.me LIVIO https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCELAbPq-GyNIRdxbD_tp59g Instagram - lets_go_livio Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsgolivio/ **I am not endorsed by, sponsored by, or in any way affiliated with Azerbaijan Airlines - I just liked all of the food on their flight, because I love s...

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • Two Australians accidentally sent to immigration detention

    Two Australian men 'accidentally' detained and one sent to detention centre on Christmas Island after the dual-citizens had their visas cancelled for committing 'serious crimes'. Two Australian citizens were wrongly sent to immigration detention after their visas were automatically cancelled for criminal convictions. One of the men was sent to Christmas Island and the other detained onshore after their release from prison, and let go when the error was discovered. Both men were dual-citizens, one originally from New Zealand, and Border Force's systems did not detect their immigration status. 'Two individuals were detained after their visas were cancelled mandatorily under section 501 of the Migration Act 1958,' the Immigration Department said in a statement. 'After it was identified th...

    published: 05 Jul 2017
  • A Very Malay Christmas

    Claire's first Christmas!

    published: 25 Dec 2011
  • #aBritinthePhilippines Naga to Legazpi 12 month Visa Melody's Teeth

    When you marry a Filipina, you are entitled to a12 month visa,which allows you to stay indefinitely in the Philippines.I can not get this visa in Naga immigration, so had to travel to Lagszpi.I didn't have any intention of taking any video, but at the last minute took some video on my iPhone.Apologies for shouting,it was noisy. Hi, my name is Chris Wren, I'm hoping to see if it’s possible to stay in the Philippines , for the maximum legal visa stay of three year,before returning home.I’m calling my channel, a Brit in the Philippines. It will be a video log of my Filipino friends, lifestyle, journey and costs of living in the Philippines. Please subscribe and follow me into the unknown and lets discover this beautiful Country and it’s people. Filmed with my Gopro 4

    published: 29 Jun 2016
  • Visa Christmas

    I created this video using my Logitech QuickCam software

    published: 23 Dec 2009
  • AUSTRALIA, MORE AND MORE VISAS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS

    In the first three months of 2010, the number of visas has already reached more than half the total for last year which was 1130. So far almost 660 detainees on Christmas Island have been granted refugee status. The Government says the increase is due to the number of boats arriving in Australian waters. The opposition is concerned at the softening of border control and huge number of applications being made.

    published: 22 Mar 2010
  • Alleged people smuggler an Australian citizen

    The man accused of organising the deadly asylum seeker voyage to Christmas Island had previously been questioned by Indonesian police.

    published: 27 Jan 2011
  • Least Visited Countries in the World

    credits : http://www.hellotravel.com/stories/4-worlds-least-visited-countries-in-world Music : http://www.hellotravel.com/stories/4-worlds-least-visited-countries-in-world Are you ready for unique trip that almost no one has done before you? Gleaming beaches, crystal clear waters, unspoiled culture and no crowds - Explore the 4 least-visited countries in the world TUVALU Tavalu, a tinny land in the South Pacific Ocean is in the first position in the list of the least visited countries in the world. The land has a grand total of only 1,100 tourists a year. If you want visit a land which is going to vanish soon under the ocean waves due to global warming, then plan a trip to Tavalu and be one of the rare travelers. Tourism is not properly developed there mainly because it is very diffic...

    published: 15 Jun 2017
  • New Zealand man deported from Australia

    A New Zealand man awaiting deportation from Australia has been arrested after a dramatic standoff with police at Sydney Airport. The man, in his 40's, pulled out a knife and threatened self-harm as he was being taken to a plane headed for the Christmas Island detention centre. His visa was cancelled on so-called character grounds which is usually applied if someone has committed a crime.

    published: 08 Dec 2016
Two Australians detained, one of Christmas Island, after visas were cancelled

Two Australians detained, one of Christmas Island, after visas were cancelled

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Two Australian men 'accidentally' detained and one sent to detention centre on Christmas Island after the dual-citizens had their visas cancelled for committing 'serious crimes'
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Boat People arriving in Australia on Christmas Island,.. but Beware!

Boat People arriving in Australia on Christmas Island,.. but Beware!

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BEWARE Asylum seekers arriving by boat without a Visa will never be allowed to settle in Australia. New Rules from August 2013. From now on they will be taken to PNG. Also many boat people drown before they get here.Its a huge risk.
https://wn.com/Boat_People_Arriving_In_Australia_On_Christmas_Island,.._But_Beware
'Control regained' at controversial Christmas Island detention centre

'Control regained' at controversial Christmas Island detention centre

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2015
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Australian authorities say they have regained control of the controversial Christmas Island detention centre. Rioting broke out after an escaped Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker was found dead at the bottom of cliffs. At least five people were injured and widespread damage caused. On the island, detainees seeking political asylum, many of whom have fled from war-torn regions, are segregated from foreigners facing deportation for a variety of crimes. Officials say those leading the unrest were … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/11/10/control-regained-at-controversial-christmas-island-detention-centre What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Immigrants face deportation from Australia

Immigrants face deportation from Australia

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  • Updated: 13 Aug 2013
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Australia's new asylum policy is stirring heated debate before next month's general election. Asylum seekers arriving by boat to the immigration detention centre on Christmas Island are now being deported to Papua New Guinea or the island of Nauru. Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from the immigration detention centre on Christmas Island.
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Australia Praises Drop in Arrival of Illegal Immigrants from Sri Lanka

Australia Praises Drop in Arrival of Illegal Immigrants from Sri Lanka

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  • Updated: 03 May 2013
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Australian immigration minister Brendan O'Connor visits Sri Lanka and praises cooperation that has led to a decline in the arrival of illegal immigrants. Full Story: Australian immigration minister Brendan O'Connor on Friday welcomed measures which have reduced the arrival of illegal immigrants from Sri Lanka. On a three-day visit to the island nation, O'Connor said cooperation between Canberra and Colombo had led to a significant decline in people trying to reach Australian territory by boat. [Brendan O'Connor, Minister For Immigration And Citizenship]: "Indeed there was a very significant increase in irregular maritime arrivals last year from Sri Lanka and as a result of good work by the two countries we saw a very significant decline in such arrivals. We believe that it is too dangerous for people to be lured onto un-seaworthy vessels on perilous journeys, which in some cases lead to big maritime disasters, and that's why it is absolutely critical that we put in place deterrence to stop people endangering their lives and we think we have been very successful to date, but it is a challenge and an on going challenge." Refugees seeking asylum in Australia often set sail from Indonesia or Sri Lanka, heading for Australia's Indian Ocean territory of Christmas Island in dangerous and overcrowded boats, with the help of people smugglers. Since 2001, almost 1,000 people have died at sea while attempting to reach Australia. [Brendan O'Connor, Minister For Immigration And Citizenship]: " We are a signatory to the refugee convention and so, we ensure that we fulfil our obligations under than convention. But where people do not engage in this obligation, we return them home. That is sending the most powerful message we can send that people should not risk their lives at sea in this manner, and that message I think has an impact and I think as a result we saw a very significant decline in arrivals throughout this year." The Australian minister reiterated that Canberra would attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting to be held in Sri Lanka in November, but stressed that Canberra would want to see progress on the human rights front. [Brendan O'Connor, Minister For Immigration And Citizenship]: "I think it is an important time between now and CHOGM for it to be very clear that the Sri Lankan government is serious about responding to those concerns and responding in a practical way to ensure that people are indeed afforded rights in this country. The report itself was very comprehensive. We made it clear that we agreed with the report and we would want to see further progress." Australia forcibly deported nearly 900 Sri Lankan refugees who arrived by boat in 2012 and the Sri Lankan Navy has stopped hundreds of others from making the journey. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntdtv.org Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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SERCO ABUSE AUSTRALIA

SERCO ABUSE AUSTRALIA

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THIS WAS REMOVED EVERYWHERE YESTERDAY PLS SHARE SHARE SHARE***** My name is Ossama Abdalla Wahab. I am an Egyptian citizen and I’ve been a detainee in Australian detention centres for nearly 5 years now. I am seeking for protection. My case has been rejected like so many others. All this time in detention I’ve been mistreated and discriminated. In 2015 at Christmas Island Det. Centre  a detainee(Fazel Chegeni)  was beaten to death by the Serco ERT officers. The department of Immigration  covered  it up as usual and officially declared that it was a suicide case.  When detainees started to demand an explanation on Fazels death and they didn’t receive any satisfactory response from Serco – a riot erupted. 21 detainees were taken to jail for participating in the riot . Most of them went to prison for 6-7 months. I was the only one who did 18 months in jail. They considered me to be a ringleader which would have been impossible because I was at the support compound(white 1) and the already rioting detainees broke me out of my cell. After my jail sentence finished I was taken back to the C.I even though IHMS psychiatrist opposed the idea of taking me back to that traumatic place but they still cuffed my hands and took me to C.I. This is also where I currently reside. I’ve faced too much mistreatment here in the detention. I wouldn’t know where to start with my story exactly. What follows are some of the major issues that not just me but all of the detainees share here on C.I  and all the other detention centres around Australia: The biggest problem is the closed secretive nature of Australian detention centres. Red Cross, Ombudsman and Comcare all have proven themselves to be useless in dealing with the issues in detention centres. Detainees are banned to have any recording devices(phones, cameras) and this has created a situation where it is impossible to prove any wrong doing by Serco or the Border Force Department. Nightmarishly long visa processing time in the detention centres. Almost everybody in detention have been here at least 6 months most of them over a year, some 5, 6, 7 years. Australian detention centres are wasting a huge amount of tax payers money. My case manager told me it costs $1800 per day  to accommodate a detainee in this system. During  my transport to C.I we had  19 detainees and 65! Serco officers on board. Each of them gets paid $2000 a trip. People from high security prisons are put together with visa over stayers. All 501’s say detention centres are worse than prisons. Most 501’s are here for minor offences and a lot of them do more time here than they did in prison. As Mr. Dutton claimed C.I was originally built for terrorists, sex offenders and bikies. None of these people are represented here. There are so many 501’s here that have lived all their life in Australia and have many children and family members outside.  They are kept hostage in these high security prison camps with their families torn apart until they’ll have serious mental issues. The broken families that result from this system create a whole generation of fatherless and motherless children. The uninvestigated deaths, rape complaints, suicide attempts and intravascular force feeding in Australian detention centres.  If a detainee has mental problems he shall be put into the support compound(isolation) where he will be tortured furthermore with the officer following him around 24/7 even constantly watching him while he sleeps. Immigration cases are artificially stretched out to as long of a period as possible to create more jobs and profit in this little bubble economy. The profits come only from taxpayers money and at the expense of the mental health and wasted life of detainees. Even the lawyers want to keep a detainee a detainee here in Australian Immigration system.  I’ve yet to hear of a positive case or a good experience with a lawyer during my 5 year stay in the Australian immigration system. C.I Detention Centre is in a bad need for a visit from an investigative journalist who would portray the place and listen to the stories that are kept under cover before another riot strikes. I am writing this letter specifically addressed only to 9 news network (Current Affair). I haven’t published the video of the beating to anyone else because I believe in your news organisation and it is my wish that the video clip attached in the file below would motivate you to reveal more about the problems in Australian detention centres. I hope to get to be interviewed by one of your journalists or better yet if you could see the potential and the size of this story. It is my biggest wish to see your journalists here on C.I doing an in-depth story of the secretive world of Australian detention centres which by many critics should be considered a crime against humanity. About the video: Takes place on the 23. April 2015 at C.I White 1 compound, B block. You can see 7 Serco ERT officers escorting me back to my block ....
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Australia High Court backs Pakistani refugee in visa row

Australia High Court backs Pakistani refugee in visa row

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  • Updated: 13 Feb 2015
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Australian judges have told ministers to grant a visa to a Pakistani refugee who arrived by boat in 2012. The government argued it was against the national interest to grant him a visa because he arrived by boat. But the High Court said in its decision that the government could not deny someone a visa solely because they arrived by boat. The immigration department said it would comply with the decision, but insisted its policies would not change. The wider implications for other cases "appear to be limited", the department said. For years, Australia has tried to stop refugees and asylum-seekers from arriving by boat. One of the central goals of recent legislation has been to ensure such immigrants are never allowed to settle permanently in Australia. It has done deals with Papua New Guinea and Cambodia to settle refugees there, and reintroduced temporary protection visas. However, the Pakistani man arrived on Christmas Island in 2012, before the latest laws were in place. He was given refugee status after arguing that he would suffer persecution if he was sent back to Pakistan because he was a member of the Hazara ethnic minority. The government initially denied him a visa after capping the number of permanent protection visas it would issue in a single year. The High Court overturned that decision last year and ordered the government to reconsider his application. The immigration minister denied him a permanent visa for a second time because it would not serve the national interest to grant visas to those arriving by boat. But the High Court said the decision was not made according to law. "The minister could not refuse an application for a visa only because the applicant was an unauthorised maritime arrival," the judges said.
https://wn.com/Australia_High_Court_Backs_Pakistani_Refugee_In_Visa_Row
Christmas in Dubai!

Christmas in Dubai!

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2016
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Dubai is such a beautiful place - different from anywhere else that I have ever been. This ended up being one of my favorite vlogs that I've done so far - I hope that you enjoy seeing the first of my adventures here! I love sharing my adventures! Please subscribe - there are always many more coming up. **New videos every Wednesday and Saturday.** SOCIALS Instagram - travellight21 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/travellight21/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Travellight_ http://travellight.me LIVIO https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCELAbPq-GyNIRdxbD_tp59g Instagram - lets_go_livio Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/letsgolivio/ **I am not endorsed by, sponsored by, or in any way affiliated with Azerbaijan Airlines - I just liked all of the food on their flight, because I love snacking.** MUSIC main song - "Sweet Amnesia" by KoKo + Emeryld Music provided by Heroboard listen to the full song here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CLUionPRA8 • KoKo https://soundcloud.com/officialkokomusic https://facebook.com/officialkokomusic https://twitter.com/djkokomusic • Emeryld https://soundcloud.com/emeryldmusic https://facebook.com/emeryldmusic https://twitter.com/emeryldmusic heroboard – free music to free your mind » Twitter: https://twitter.com/heroboard » Spotify: http://sptfy.com/Wdk *song has been cut to fit into this video* song used briefly in intro - "Frequencies" by Jaera Music provided by Heroboard listen to the full song here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WwDTz_2534 • JAERA https://soundcloud.com/wearejaera https://www.facebook.com/wearejaera This track has a Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ song used briefly while on flights - "Daydreamer" by Nomyn Music provided by Heroboard listen to the full song here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1s_Kc_U1sI • Nomyn https://soundcloud.com/nomyn https://facebook.com/NomynMusic https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf1rozseSOhdHJTo2Ij2Sqg Thank you Heroboard for the awesome music!
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Two Australians accidentally sent to immigration detention

Two Australians accidentally sent to immigration detention

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Two Australian men 'accidentally' detained and one sent to detention centre on Christmas Island after the dual-citizens had their visas cancelled for committing 'serious crimes'. Two Australian citizens were wrongly sent to immigration detention after their visas were automatically cancelled for criminal convictions. One of the men was sent to Christmas Island and the other detained onshore after their release from prison, and let go when the error was discovered. Both men were dual-citizens, one originally from New Zealand, and Border Force's systems did not detect their immigration status. 'Two individuals were detained after their visas were cancelled mandatorily under section 501 of the Migration Act 1958,' the Immigration Department said in a statement. 'After it was identified that each individual held dual Australian citizenship, arrangements were immediately made for their release from immigration detention. 'The circumstances surrounding their detention have been reviewed and appropriate safeguards have been implemented.'  The pair's cases were not related and the mistake was made by a departmental delegate of Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, according to Fairfax. Section 501 states that a non-citizen's visa must be cancelled if they served a jail sentence of more than a year or were found guilty of child sex crimes. The department would not detail the date, length or circumstances of their detention, or the second man's other nationality. The error was reminiscent of two Australian women who were detained or deported more than a decade ago. Vivian Solon was deported to the Philippines in 2001 when immigration agents wrongly assumed she was trafficked into Australia as a sex slave. It took the department two years to realise she was an Australian citizen and did not tell her family, who filed a missing person's report, until 2005. Ms Solon was later handed more than $4.5 million in taxpayer money as compensation. Mentally ill woman Cornelia Rau was in 2004-05 locked up for 10 months after the department didn't follow its own procedures for identifying her. George Newhouse, who represented both Ms Solon and Ms Rau, said the bungling department acted like a 'bunch of cowboys' who didn't investigate properly.
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A Very Malay Christmas

A Very Malay Christmas

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Claire's first Christmas!
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#aBritinthePhilippines Naga to Legazpi 12 month Visa Melody's Teeth

#aBritinthePhilippines Naga to Legazpi 12 month Visa Melody's Teeth

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  • Updated: 29 Jun 2016
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When you marry a Filipina, you are entitled to a12 month visa,which allows you to stay indefinitely in the Philippines.I can not get this visa in Naga immigration, so had to travel to Lagszpi.I didn't have any intention of taking any video, but at the last minute took some video on my iPhone.Apologies for shouting,it was noisy. Hi, my name is Chris Wren, I'm hoping to see if it’s possible to stay in the Philippines , for the maximum legal visa stay of three year,before returning home.I’m calling my channel, a Brit in the Philippines. It will be a video log of my Filipino friends, lifestyle, journey and costs of living in the Philippines. Please subscribe and follow me into the unknown and lets discover this beautiful Country and it’s people. Filmed with my Gopro 4
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Visa Christmas

Visa Christmas

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  • Updated: 23 Dec 2009
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I created this video using my Logitech QuickCam software
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AUSTRALIA, MORE AND MORE VISAS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS

AUSTRALIA, MORE AND MORE VISAS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS

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  • Updated: 22 Mar 2010
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In the first three months of 2010, the number of visas has already reached more than half the total for last year which was 1130. So far almost 660 detainees on Christmas Island have been granted refugee status. The Government says the increase is due to the number of boats arriving in Australian waters. The opposition is concerned at the softening of border control and huge number of applications being made.
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Alleged people smuggler an Australian citizen

Alleged people smuggler an Australian citizen

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The man accused of organising the deadly asylum seeker voyage to Christmas Island had previously been questioned by Indonesian police.
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Least Visited Countries in the World

Least Visited Countries in the World

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credits : http://www.hellotravel.com/stories/4-worlds-least-visited-countries-in-world Music : http://www.hellotravel.com/stories/4-worlds-least-visited-countries-in-world Are you ready for unique trip that almost no one has done before you? Gleaming beaches, crystal clear waters, unspoiled culture and no crowds - Explore the 4 least-visited countries in the world TUVALU Tavalu, a tinny land in the South Pacific Ocean is in the first position in the list of the least visited countries in the world. The land has a grand total of only 1,100 tourists a year. If you want visit a land which is going to vanish soon under the ocean waves due to global warming, then plan a trip to Tavalu and be one of the rare travelers. Tourism is not properly developed there mainly because it is very difficult to go there. There are only some irregular and expensive flights from Fiji to land in Tavalu. KIRIBATI - nicknamed as Christmas Island Kiribati is a land in the Pacific Ocean and famous for being one of the best fishing and diving spots in the world. There are only 3,900 tourists per year. It can also be the best place to celebrate the New Year, because in 1999 it was the first place in the earth to welcome in the present new millennium. TAJIKISTAN Tajikistan is one of the best walking places with many spectacular mountains. It receives only 4,000 tourists in a year. The land has a history of having many important Silk Roads and various cultural influences from Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. But the country has one of the world's most difficult bureaucratic visa application processes. This also keeps visitors coming in the land. But taking the trouble of getting Tajikistan visa will be worthy. MARSHALL ISLANDS The island in Pacific Ocean is suffers lack of tourism revenues mainly because of isolation and lack of communication with rest of the world. It gets only a total of 6,000 tourists in a year. Here you can find all exotic views of a Pacific island - lagoons, simple locals, plenty of corals and some real exciting diving spots.
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New Zealand man deported from Australia

New Zealand man deported from Australia

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A New Zealand man awaiting deportation from Australia has been arrested after a dramatic standoff with police at Sydney Airport. The man, in his 40's, pulled out a knife and threatened self-harm as he was being taken to a plane headed for the Christmas Island detention centre. His visa was cancelled on so-called character grounds which is usually applied if someone has committed a crime.
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