"Is the Life in the UK Test a true cultural measure of an immigrant’s intelligence and capabilities?"
We asked a human rights lawyer if you need to worry about new proposals that suggest punishing casual drug users.
Although hijacked by the far-right, the phrase actually describes the legal status of thousands of people.
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Bilkis Bano became the face of the longest peaceful protest against the controversial citizenship law in India.
The British PM has pledged massive changes to the immigration rules to allow as many as 3 million Hong Kongers to live and work in the U.K.
Police in Uttar Pradesh Have Been Asked to Identify Bangladeshis and ‘Other Foreigners’ so They Can Be Deported
They have even been ordered to comb through slums, train stations, bus stands and airports, and verify the documents of anyone who seems suspicious.
As authorities in the volatile northeastern state of Assam prepare to publish the controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) tomorrow, millions fear they could be excluded and torn apart from their families.
'Jihadi Jack' is the latest example of what one expert calls 'anti-terror NIMBYism.'
The Justice Department has a new team of lawyers with a nearly impossible task: finding a new rationale to include the citizenship question on the census after all.
He conducted a 2015 study that found adding the question "would be advantageous to Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites.”
Secretary Ross "violated the public trust," the judge wrote in his ruling.
The party says its new policy is meant to target "birth tourism".