• 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Christmas Island detainee on life in New Zealand: RNZ Checkpoint

    In November, former Christmas Island detainee Peina Clarke was deposited in New Zealand to start a new life, with no job, little money, a criminal record, and his whole family still in Australia. He's found work only with the assistance of MP Marama Fox. Peina joins John in the studio.

    published: 22 Jan 2016
  • '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
  • My Visa Fail!

    STAY FOR FREE w/ AirBnb - http://bit.ly/JordAirBnB LEARN TO EDIT - http://bit.ly/PremProJord MY GEAR - http://bit.ly/JordsGear http://www.instagram.com/thelifeofjord - Travel has changed my life and I have no plans on stopping any time soon. That's why I am now running this video blog showing you how I travel the world continuously No glitz. No glamour. Just a man and his backpack. - If you want to see more then just subscribe! You can also follow me on: http://www.twitter.com/thelifeofjord http://www.instagram.com/thelifeofjord http://www.facebook.com/thelifeofjord http://www.thelifeofjord.com Business enquiries: jordansimons90@gmail.com music by http://www.epidemicsound.com/ I am always searching for new music, if you would like me to feature and credit one of your tracks - ...

    published: 05 Mar 2016
  • STAYING LONGER! VISA EXTENSION IN BORACAY | Philippines Travel Vlog 101, 2017 | Digital Nomad

    Being a Digital Nomad in the Philippines is really easy to extend a visa! We did it pretty painlessly in Boracay, so went to Diniwid beach to celebrate 🍺 ⬇ Click 'Show More' to expand ⬇ Boracay visa extension spot is near Station 3 back off the beach, it costs about $60 USD each to extend for another 29 days in the Philippines. Price might be a bit higher because we paid for the express to get it literally 5 minutes later and walk out the door - more time to explore the islands! Diniwid is actually fast becoming our favourite beach in Broacay, such a great chilled spot! The Philippines isn't a well known Digital Nomad spot, but we've had an awesome time based here. Check our channel for an accommodation video and a cost of living Philippines edition coming soon. ----- ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Want t...

    published: 14 Dec 2017
  • Australia creates temporary visas for refugees

    Australia's government has passed a law re-introducing the controversial "Temporary Protection Visas". It means thirty thousand ayslum seekers will only be allowed to live and work in Australia for up to five years, even if they are found to be genuine refugees. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 05 Dec 2014
  • Countries Filipino Can Visit Without A Visa (Vlog #5 2018)

    published: 28 Jan 2018
  • Letters from Christmas Island: David Marr talks about the lack of answers from Scott Morrison

    20/12/13 Letters from Christmas Island: David Marr talks about the lack of answers from Scott Morrison

    published: 23 Dec 2013
  • Australia migrants: Reinforcements flown to Christmas Island centre - BBC News

    Police reinforcements have been sent to Australia's Christmas Island detention centre to "restore order", officials say, amid reports of a stand-off. In a statement the immigration department said a group of detainees continued to engage in "non-compliant behaviour" overnight. Facilities were damaged and some detainees lit fires, it added. The unrest, which is into its third day, was sparked by the death of a detainee who had escaped the camp. Christmas Island is a remote outpost located 2,650km (1,650 miles) north-west of Perth and 380km south of Java in Indonesia. It is part of Australia's network of offshore processing centres for irregular migrants who arrive by boat, and also houses New Zealanders facing deportation from Australia. Australia is facing renewed criticism from the Unite...

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • 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
  • Get 25% off entry tickets to Christmas Wonderland with Visa Checkout

    Christmas Wonderland and Visa have come together to bring you a special holiday experience. Enjoy 25% savings* on your entry ticket when you make a booking on www.christmaswonderland.sg with Visa Checkout using a Visa card, with promo code VISA. Valid until 31 December 2016 for new Visa Checkout accounts only. Terms and conditions apply (see www.christmaswonderland.sg for more details). Visa Checkout is a new online payment service which lets you pay online in a couple of clicks with any of your existing credit or debit cards. Visa Checkout, the easier way to pay online. Find out more at www.visacheckout.com.sg

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Yvan's surprise visa grant

    Yvan Boyokino has had some visa issues to say the least. After having his previous visa application refused for a mistake he didn't make, he came to Migration Solutions for help applying for Ministerial Intervention. This application was again denied twice, when on the third attempt the Ministerial Intervention was successfully approved. This is the moment Mark surprises Yvan with the great news!

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • News1st: Sri Lankan asylum seekers on Christmas Island sent back home

    Newsfirst.lk Sri Lanka's Number One News Provider. Website: www.newsfirst.lk Email: contact@newsfirst.lk Telephone: +94 114792700 Like us on Facebook: https://fb.com/NewsfirstSL Follow us via Tweeter: https://twitter.com/NewsfirstSL

    published: 26 Jun 2017
  • Immigration Minister Dutton Defends His Comments on Fraser's Migration Policy

    Source: Australian Parliament House This video has been uploaded for use by Storyful's subscription clients with the permission of the content owner. To use the video off platform, you must have a Storyful subscription. To obtain a Storyful subscription, contact sales@storyful.com.

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • Christmas in Ghent, New Years in Toronto and a NEW UK visa | Chief Adventurer

    Hello world! Wouts and I celebrated Christmas in Belgium with his family and then surprised mine for New Years in Toronto. It was such a blessing to be able to split the holidays and see all our loved ones! After crashing my old phantom 2 in the river in Ghent, I was back with a new drone and got to capture the beauty of this awesome city! Comment and let me know where you are watching me from :) Lots of love, Naila

    published: 13 Jan 2017
  • Rescued asylum seekers arrive at Christmas Island

    Rescued asylum seekers arrive at Christmas Island Footage from Nine shows asylum seekers arriving at Christmas Island after a boat carrying 95 capsized, killing two.

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • Do You Need A Visa To Go To The Cayman Islands?

    Cayman islands visa application form onlinecayman now offering 10 year to jamaicans. Department of state western hemisphere travel initiative can you use your birth certificate and drivers license or do have to a passport? Not flying leaving from coming back while the cayman islands not require us citizens present passport, americans need passport card re enter united states. Ky planatrip travelrequirements. Googleusercontent search. Nationals of the usa, canada, uk and most countries within british commonwealth do not require visas to enter cayman islands. Driver's licence), for travel to the cayman islands. Aspx "imx0m" url? Q webcache. It may be the case that countries cayman visashow do i apply for a islands visa in jamaica? Through office, suite 2, winchester business park, 15 hope r...

    published: 10 Apr 2018
  • Deportees coming home addicted to pharmaceutical drugs

    A former Christmas Island detainee claims deportees are landing back in New Zealand as 'pharmaceutical junkies' a habit allegedly picked up in Australian detention centres. Te Ahuru claims medication or pharmaceutical drugs are accessed by detainees through detention authorities. Ripeka Timutimu has this story.

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • SuperWog - Border Security with Vicky

    Kind of fun. I don't want to go to Christmas Island thought ;-P

    published: 12 May 2017
  • Visa Christmas

    I created this video using my Logitech QuickCam software

    published: 23 Dec 2009
  • 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
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Boat People arriving in Australia on Christmas Island,.. but Beware!
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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.
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Two Australians detained, one of Christmas Island, after visas were cancelled
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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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AUSTRALIA, MORE AND MORE VISAS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS
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AUSTRALIA, MORE AND MORE VISAS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS

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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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Christmas Island detainee on life in New Zealand: RNZ Checkpoint
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Christmas Island detainee on life in New Zealand: RNZ Checkpoint

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In November, former Christmas Island detainee Peina Clarke was deposited in New Zealand to start a new life, with no job, little money, a criminal record, and his whole family still in Australia. He's found work only with the assistance of MP Marama Fox. Peina joins John in the studio.
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'Control regained' at controversial Christmas Island detention centre
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'Control regained' at controversial Christmas Island detention centre

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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
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Immigrants face deportation from Australia

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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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My Visa Fail!
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My Visa Fail!

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STAY FOR FREE w/ AirBnb - http://bit.ly/JordAirBnB LEARN TO EDIT - http://bit.ly/PremProJord MY GEAR - http://bit.ly/JordsGear http://www.instagram.com/thelifeofjord - Travel has changed my life and I have no plans on stopping any time soon. That's why I am now running this video blog showing you how I travel the world continuously No glitz. No glamour. Just a man and his backpack. - If you want to see more then just subscribe! You can also follow me on: http://www.twitter.com/thelifeofjord http://www.instagram.com/thelifeofjord http://www.facebook.com/thelifeofjord http://www.thelifeofjord.com Business enquiries: jordansimons90@gmail.com music by http://www.epidemicsound.com/ I am always searching for new music, if you would like me to feature and credit one of your tracks - please contact me on Facebook. Thanks! - FAQ: What equipment do you use? I have a Canon 700D, a Canon Powershot S120 and a GoPro Hero 3+ Black. I edit on my Acer 8GB RAM laptop. How did you learn to edit? Mainly I taught myself. I downloaded Premiere Pro and began to figure out how to use it through trial and error. Eventually, and with the help of many tutorials, you start to figure out what works. What work are you doing? Right now I am running my video blog while doing freelance web design to supplement my travelling. How do you meet the people in your videos? Hostels, guesthouses and conversations! You meet people so easily while travelling. Just open yourself up and you will meet all sorts of amazing people. Any more questions, please post in the comments below!
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STAYING LONGER! VISA EXTENSION IN BORACAY | Philippines Travel Vlog 101, 2017 | Digital Nomad
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STAYING LONGER! VISA EXTENSION IN BORACAY | Philippines Travel Vlog 101, 2017 | Digital Nomad

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Being a Digital Nomad in the Philippines is really easy to extend a visa! We did it pretty painlessly in Boracay, so went to Diniwid beach to celebrate 🍺 ⬇ Click 'Show More' to expand ⬇ Boracay visa extension spot is near Station 3 back off the beach, it costs about $60 USD each to extend for another 29 days in the Philippines. Price might be a bit higher because we paid for the express to get it literally 5 minutes later and walk out the door - more time to explore the islands! Diniwid is actually fast becoming our favourite beach in Broacay, such a great chilled spot! The Philippines isn't a well known Digital Nomad spot, but we've had an awesome time based here. Check our channel for an accommodation video and a cost of living Philippines edition coming soon. ----- ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Want to know the secrets so you can travel full time as well? After years of travel, months of research and 170+ pages we've almost completed the ebook. It's not BS, just honest travel resources and all the information you need to prove it's possible and affordable - your questions will be answered. Enter your email and we'll let you know when it's available: https://danegerandstacey.com www.instagram.com/danegerandstacey www.facebook.com/danegerandstacey www.twitter.com/danegerandstace ★ Want exclusive access to chat with us and ask questions about full time travel? Read more and support us here — https://patreon.com/danegerandstacey ★ ► Best Hotel Cost Comparison — https://danegerandstacey.com/hotels ► Get $35USD Free, AirBnB Sign Up — https://danegerandstacey.com/bnb ► Amazon, Main Camerahttp://amzn.to/2tNMoez ► Amazon, Drone — http://amzn.to/2sVKJqD ► Buying Anything Off Amazon? Help us by clicking here first —http://amzn.to/2tNMoez ► BTC Wallet — 15EG62GNzFezG3ywhh435PoJ8LdXUEK8n9 ----- We're Dane & Stacey and we travel full time. Unlike most travel vloggers we move to a country for a few months and rent a villa or apartment. Our channel shows what it's like to immerse into cultures by exploring, eating traditional cuisine and living a life similar to locals while still hunting out our western wants and needs! ----- Subscribe For More Videos — https://youtube.com/danegerandstacey Work With Us — info@danegerandstacey.com ----- MUSIC: DJ GRUMBLE - I really mean it
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Australia creates temporary visas for refugees
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Australia creates temporary visas for refugees

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Australia's government has passed a law re-introducing the controversial "Temporary Protection Visas". It means thirty thousand ayslum seekers will only be allowed to live and work in Australia for up to five years, even if they are found to be genuine refugees. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Countries Filipino Can Visit Without A Visa (Vlog #5 2018)
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Countries Filipino Can Visit Without A Visa (Vlog #5 2018)

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Letters from Christmas Island: David Marr talks about the lack of answers from Scott Morrison
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Letters from Christmas Island: David Marr talks about the lack of answers from Scott Morrison

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20/12/13 Letters from Christmas Island: David Marr talks about the lack of answers from Scott Morrison
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Australia migrants: Reinforcements flown to Christmas Island centre - BBC News
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Australia migrants: Reinforcements flown to Christmas Island centre - BBC News

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Police reinforcements have been sent to Australia's Christmas Island detention centre to "restore order", officials say, amid reports of a stand-off. In a statement the immigration department said a group of detainees continued to engage in "non-compliant behaviour" overnight. Facilities were damaged and some detainees lit fires, it added. The unrest, which is into its third day, was sparked by the death of a detainee who had escaped the camp. Christmas Island is a remote outpost located 2,650km (1,650 miles) north-west of Perth and 380km south of Java in Indonesia. It is part of Australia's network of offshore processing centres for irregular migrants who arrive by boat, and also houses New Zealanders facing deportation from Australia. Australia is facing renewed criticism from the United Nations over its treatment of asylum seekers. The immigration department said it remains committed to resolving the situation "peacefully and quickly", but it would "take action to protect people and facilities where an imminent threat exists". Reports said a hard core of detainees were still confronting guards and refusing to return to their cells. Detainees not participating in the unrest were moved to a secure part of the facility. Inmate's death 'sparked riot' The unrest started when a group of Iranian inmates staged a protest about the death of an Iranian Kurd, Fazel Chegeni. Mr Chegeni had escaped from the facility on Saturday. His body was found at the bottom of a cliff on Sunday. Ian Rintoul, of the Refugee Action Coalition group, said that Mr Chegeni was "suffering the effects of long-term arbitrary detention". "He had told other detainees that he could no longer stand being in detention," Mr Rintoul said in a statement. But Immigration minister Peter Dutton told parliament he had been advised there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Mr Chegeni. He also told Australian television that the government will not be "cowered" into making changes to its controversial deportation policy. A detainee at the immigration centre told the BBC inmates were "angry" because they were not getting answers about Mr Chegeni's death. "Matt" said guards had left their posts and that detainees from a compound housing detainees with criminal records tried to enter his compound, where asylum seekers and those with expired visas stay. One inmate, Tuk Whakatutu, is quoted as telling Radio New Zealand that a hard core of protesters, with weapons were in one of the compounds, which had been surrounded by police in riot gear. It is difficult to verify information about what happens on Christmas Island as the media are generally barred from reporting there. The current detention centre at North West Point on Christmas Island opened in 2006. The government outsources running of the centre to private contractor Serco. All 203 detainees are men - around 40 are New Zealanders awaiting deportation after committing crimes and losing their visas. Human rights commissioner Gillian Triggs voiced "grave concerns" for asylum seekers after visit the island in July 2014. All children were transferred off Christmas Island by the end of December 2014. Controversial policy Australia sends intercepted asylum seekers to Christmas Island, Manus Island in Papua New Guinea and Nauru in the South Pacific. The government says the journey the asylum seekers make by sea to reach Australia is dangerous and controlled by criminal gangs and they have a duty to stop it. Critics say opposition to asylum is often racially motivated and is damaging Australia's reputation. The policy was branded a "disaster" by Human Rights Watch's Australia director in July. The group also raised concern over conditions at the Manus camp. Last February, an Iranian man was killed during a riot at the camp on Manus. The trial of a Salvation Army worker and a camp guard accused over his murder restarts later this month. Share this story About sh
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Australia High Court backs Pakistani refugee in visa row
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Australia High Court backs Pakistani refugee in visa row

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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.
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Get 25% off entry tickets to Christmas Wonderland with Visa Checkout
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Get 25% off entry tickets to Christmas Wonderland with Visa Checkout

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Christmas Wonderland and Visa have come together to bring you a special holiday experience. Enjoy 25% savings* on your entry ticket when you make a booking on www.christmaswonderland.sg with Visa Checkout using a Visa card, with promo code VISA. Valid until 31 December 2016 for new Visa Checkout accounts only. Terms and conditions apply (see www.christmaswonderland.sg for more details). Visa Checkout is a new online payment service which lets you pay online in a couple of clicks with any of your existing credit or debit cards. Visa Checkout, the easier way to pay online. Find out more at www.visacheckout.com.sg
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Yvan's surprise visa grant
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Yvan's surprise visa grant

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Yvan Boyokino has had some visa issues to say the least. After having his previous visa application refused for a mistake he didn't make, he came to Migration Solutions for help applying for Ministerial Intervention. This application was again denied twice, when on the third attempt the Ministerial Intervention was successfully approved. This is the moment Mark surprises Yvan with the great news!
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News1st: Sri Lankan asylum seekers on Christmas Island sent back home
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News1st: Sri Lankan asylum seekers on Christmas Island sent back home

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Newsfirst.lk Sri Lanka's Number One News Provider. Website: www.newsfirst.lk Email: contact@newsfirst.lk Telephone: +94 114792700 Like us on Facebook: https://fb.com/NewsfirstSL Follow us via Tweeter: https://twitter.com/NewsfirstSL
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Immigration Minister Dutton Defends His Comments on Fraser's Migration Policy
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Immigration Minister Dutton Defends His Comments on Fraser's Migration Policy

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Source: Australian Parliament House This video has been uploaded for use by Storyful's subscription clients with the permission of the content owner. To use the video off platform, you must have a Storyful subscription. To obtain a Storyful subscription, contact sales@storyful.com.
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Christmas in Ghent, New Years in Toronto and a NEW UK visa | Chief Adventurer
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Christmas in Ghent, New Years in Toronto and a NEW UK visa | Chief Adventurer

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Hello world! Wouts and I celebrated Christmas in Belgium with his family and then surprised mine for New Years in Toronto. It was such a blessing to be able to split the holidays and see all our loved ones! After crashing my old phantom 2 in the river in Ghent, I was back with a new drone and got to capture the beauty of this awesome city! Comment and let me know where you are watching me from :) Lots of love, Naila
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Rescued asylum seekers arrive at Christmas Island
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Rescued asylum seekers arrive at Christmas Island

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Rescued asylum seekers arrive at Christmas Island Footage from Nine shows asylum seekers arriving at Christmas Island after a boat carrying 95 capsized, killing two.
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Do You Need A Visa To Go To The Cayman Islands?
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Do You Need A Visa To Go To The Cayman Islands?

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Cayman islands visa application form onlinecayman now offering 10 year to jamaicans. Department of state western hemisphere travel initiative can you use your birth certificate and drivers license or do have to a passport? Not flying leaving from coming back while the cayman islands not require us citizens present passport, americans need passport card re enter united states. Ky planatrip travelrequirements. Googleusercontent search. Nationals of the usa, canada, uk and most countries within british commonwealth do not require visas to enter cayman islands. Driver's licence), for travel to the cayman islands. Aspx "imx0m" url? Q webcache. It may be the case that countries cayman visashow do i apply for a islands visa in jamaica? Through office, suite 2, winchester business park, 15 hope road, kingston (just above halfway tree square). Visa requirement jamaica cayman islands do you need visa. Check the cayman islands government 3 feb 2017 caymanian has announced a conditional visa exemption for jamaicans visiting that country. Canadian citizens do not require passports, but must present proof of citizenship how i know if a visa to travel the cayman islands? Visit list countries see you need. Cayman islands visa, united states application, requirements digjamaica cayman visas. Passport requirements for the cayman islands travel tips usa do you need a visa to go islands? Youtube. Finally, confirm if transit visa is required for any connections. Visas & passports — Cayman resident travel requirements the cayman islands caymanislands. For information on visa requirements, please consult the cayman islands government websiteyou must hold a valid passport to enter. Your passport should be valid for at least the duration of your intended stay in cayman islands. I was notified that my visitor visa approved, but more than three months have passed and i did not get passport endorsed, what should do now? You will to start the process over again 30 may 2017 required countries. Canadian landed immigrants) with a current and valid pr card passport do not require visa to visit bermuda, british virgin islands, cayman islands or turks & caicos if visiting for less than 30 days. Holders of canadian permanent residency status (e. Visa services canada select a country cayman islands. Nationals referred to in the chart above require a passport valid for six months beyond length of stay cayman islands, except 1. The only exception is for us citizens visa not required the information below non. Department of state western hemisphere travel initiative. Check with your airline in case you have connecting flights overseas as part of journey to cayman islands. Visitor visa faqs cayman islands immigration. Cayman islands visa requirements and application form travel cayman passport entry requirements. Canadian citizens, who can instead present proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate together with photo driver's licence, plus return or onward ticket visas.
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Deportees coming home addicted to pharmaceutical drugs
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Deportees coming home addicted to pharmaceutical drugs

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A former Christmas Island detainee claims deportees are landing back in New Zealand as 'pharmaceutical junkies' a habit allegedly picked up in Australian detention centres. Te Ahuru claims medication or pharmaceutical drugs are accessed by detainees through detention authorities. Ripeka Timutimu has this story.
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SuperWog - Border Security with Vicky
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SuperWog - Border Security with Vicky

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Kind of fun. I don't want to go to Christmas Island thought ;-P
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Visa Christmas
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Visa Christmas

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I created this video using my Logitech QuickCam software
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New Zealand man deported from Australia
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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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