A US judge has issued an injunction that stops authorities from lifting COVID restrictions that have led to migrants being turned away at the Mexican border.
Kristina Cooke and Mica Rosenberg
The New Zealand budget has tipped immigration to skyrocket in forthcoming years, confounding economic opinion and other government advice.
A camp on the US border housing 2000 mainly Central American migrants has been cleared by Mexican authorities amid talks to better manage regional migration.
Protesters have scuffled with police as they try to blockade an immigration detention centre in Melbourne.
A former Manus Island security guard alleges the commonwealth government put her at risk by failing to act on warnings of violence ahead of deadly rioting.
Mexico's foreign minister has accused neighbouring Texas of ‘extortion’ over enhanced security measures at the US border.
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri has resigned following the alleged illegal pushback of migrants in the Mediterranean.
Frank Jordans and Samuel Petrequin
The Danish government is following a controversial move by Britain and considering setting up a migrant-processing centre in the African nation of Rwanda.
The British government plans to send some asylum seekers who arrive in small boats to Rwanda in a trial scheme aimed at stopping people smugglers.
The reopening of international borders is expected to allow thousands more people to temporarily and permanently call Australia home.
Tunisia's coast guard has recovered the bodies of 20 migrants found washed up on the country's coast.
Nine refugees have been released from Melbourne's Park Hotel, advocates say, with most given bridging visas until they are resettled in another country.
Dominican President Luis Abinader says his nation and Haiti will both benefit from the border wall he is building to stop irregular migration and smuggling.
Ritesh Naikar says he doesn't know how he'll survive if he's deported to Fiji after a fall in immigration detention left him with a spinal injury.
Push back tactics will not be used against migrant boats in the English Channel, the United Kingdom's navy says.
Turkish authorities say they have recovered the bodies of 12 migrants who froze to death after being pushed back into Turkey, near the border with Greece.
The Morrison government faces a further battle to get through parliament new powers to refuse or cancel the visas of non-citizens convicted of serious crimes.
A court has ruled the Government’s decision to prevent three members of the Biloela family from applying for bridging visas and stay in Australia was procedurally unfair.
WA business groups expect the State to benefit from a Federal scheme to make Australia more attractive to backpackers and international students — even though none of them can get here just yet.
After a gruelling few weeks and lengthy court battle, the world number one is finally on his way home.
A former Australian Border Force official says he's never known anyone to have their Australian visa cancelled and avoid a three-year ban from the country.
The chances of Novak Djokovic being successful a second time to overturn a decision to cancel his visa and deport him ahead of the Australian Open are ‘narrower’, according to a migration law expert.
For four long days he held Novak Djokovic’s fate in his hands and had millions around the world on the edge of their seats.
Novak Djokovic's spell in Australia's immigration system has brought renewed attention on those held for nearly nine years since seeking asylum.
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