Adilur Rahman Khan is found to be 'listed among the individuals banned from entering (Malaysia)' after arriving at Kuala Lumpur International Airport early Thursday, Malaysia's immigration department says in a statement
The court accepted a Hawaii federal judge's ruling last week that the Trump administration had too narrowly defined what constitutes 'close family relationships' in its travel ban exemptions
A team of Afghan girls who had been denied visas to attend a Washington robotics competition are now allowed to come, organizers say
Italy summons Austria's ambassador after Vienna threatens to send troops to the border to stop migrants entering, as the number crossing the Mediterranean topped 100,000 this year
The scramble is the latest chaos triggered by Thailand's efforts to regulate the millions of foreign workers who prop up its economy with jobs in factories, fishing boats and other low-paid work
But implementation of the order after 5 months of legal challenges could be chaotic, in part due to the meaning of a key term used in the court's ruling: 'bona fide'
(UPDATED) The decision is a win for Donald Trump, who insists the ban is necessary for national security, despite criticism that it singles out Muslims in violation of the US constitution
The White House declines to comment on speculation that a pivotal US Supreme Court justice might announce his retirement
In carefully choreographed talks, EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier and Brexit minister David Davis agree to discuss divorce issues before negotiations on a future trade deal can start
Britain already appears to have capitulated to the EU's insistence that talks first focus on 3 key divorce issues, before moving onto the future EU-UK relationship and a possible trade deal
Where are these people coming from, where are they going, how many have died, and how many will be allowed to stay?
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(UPDATED) Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly does not say whether the government has plans to replace DAPA or the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit keeps in place a lower court injunction on the ban, arguing the president has overstepped his authority and his executive order discriminated against travelers based on their nationality
New Zealand's main opposition party announces plans to almost halve immigration numbers if it wins a September election, with the clampdown focused on international students
Europol's European Migrant Smuggling Center identified 1,150 social media accounts suspected of advertising smuggling services
Trump seized the occasion to plug his thwarted travel ban on people from 6 mainly Muslim countries
(UPDATED) US Justice Department: 'We have asked the Supreme Court to hear this important case and are confident that President Trump's executive order is well within his lawful authority'
(UPDATED) Refugee advocates say the Australian government has sunk 'to an impossible new low' with the decision
The hearing came as Trump seeks to bounce back from a series of stinging judicial defeats over his controversial effort to bar travelers from half a dozen mainly Muslim countries
A US appeals court is set to take on a case that has stymied the administration's controversial efforts to bar travelers from 6 Muslim-majority countries
The move comes against a background of growing populist pressure and a resurgence of the anti-immigration One Nation party
Trump will sign a decree ordering the Labor, Justice and Homeland Security departments to propose reforms so that the H-1B program goes back to its roots
Bomb maker Al-Dhafiri will be deported to Kuwait, where he faces trial for crimes against state security
Bureau of Immigration spokesperson Antonette Mangrobang says there is no hold departure order or lookout bulletin against retired Davao City policeman Arturo Lascañas
The Korean fugitive is able to continue his scam from a company in Pasay
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The suspects – a Kuwaiti man and a Syrian woman – are arrested in an entrapment operation at Bonifacio Global City
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says he will not cave in to blackmails of immigration officers who have skipped work, creating long lines at the airports
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno wants the Commission on Audit and the Bureau of Internal Revenue to look into the use of the express lane fund
Secretary to the Cabinet Leoncio Evasco Jr proposes the fast-tracking of proposed amendments to the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940
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(2nd UPDATE) The Department of Budget and Management also posts an inaccurate monthly salary of immigration officers, BI personnel point out
Philippine Airlines cites 'insufficient staffing at the airport's immigration counters resulting to long lines'
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says immigration workers who skip work because of the issue 'can be replaced anytime' because they hold contractual positions
While other undocumented communities are growing more vocal, undocumented Asian and Pacific Islanders face stigma
Of the estimated 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States, 1.5 million are from Asia, majority from China, India, the Philippines, and South Korea
(UPDATED) US District Judge Derrick Watson says he has turned his original temporary restraining order into a preliminary injunction
'During these stormy times, it's critical all New Yorkers have access to their full rights under the law,' says Governor Andrew Cuomo
The rescue was undertaken in 22 separate operations coordinated by the Italian coastguard
'With a very meager pay, the rest of us will wallow in poverty,' the workers' union tells President Rodrigo Duterte in a letter
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(4th UPDATE) The court in Honolulu is the first to rule in a trio of legal challenges against the ban, which was set to go into effect March 16
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi did not say why the government had decided on the expulsion despite Kuala Lumpur's bar on North Korean nationals leaving the country
The suit alleges that the new executive order violates the constitutional protection of freedom of religion in that it is 'intended and designed to target and discriminate against Muslims, and it does just that in operation'