On March 10th 2022, Immigration Officers Came To Pick Me In Order To Deport Me To My Country-Olukoya
The General Overseer of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries International, Dr. Daniel Olukoya, in his recent post on his Facebook page shared a video message to the public. While speaking the cleric reportedly stated that "Let me read you a testimony that somebody sent to me from overseas.
Japan Revises Law to Facilitate Deportation of Failed Asylum Seekers
Japan has revised its immigration law to allow the government to deport failed asylum seekers after three rejections. The new law was passed by the Diet, Japan's parliament, on June 8, 2023. Under the previous law, asylum seekers could remain in Japan throughout the decision process, regardless of the number of times they applied for refugee status.
Canada Grants Visa-Free Travel For Morocco And Others, Excludes Nigeria
Canada has taken a significant step in enhancing global bonds and promoting tourism by granting visa-free travel to visitors from various countries across Asia, Africa, Central, and South America. However, it is unfortunate that Nigeria, the most populous African nation, did not cut.
UK Immigration Controversy: Peter Obi Finally Shares Details About Attempt to Clone His Identity
The presidential bannerman of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has shared more details regarding his detention by the United Kingdom immigration authorities over a case of duplicated identity. According to The Punch reports, Obi revealed that the attempt to clone his identity started in Nigeria but he didn’t give it much attention until an expert explained further details about the implication of such to him particularly if his identity is used for criminal activities.
Canada offers visa-free travel to Morocco, Seychelles, and other countries, but excludes Nigeria
Nigeria has been left off the visa-free travel list by Canada, which has added two additional African countries. The Canadian government announced visa-free entry for citizens of 13 nations in Asia, Africa, Central America, and South America. This was revealed in a statement released on Tuesday by Canada's Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, Sean Fraser.
Trump Vows To Ban Nigerians, Others From Birthright Citizenship In US
Former President Donald Trump has pledged to stop Nigerians and other nationals from getting citizenship for their children born in the United States if wins the 2024 election. Trump said he would issue an order during his first day back at the White House in January 2025 to deny citizenship to children with parents who are not American citizens or legal permanent residents.
The Implications of the UK Dependent Visa Ban on Nigerians
What is a UK Dependent Visa? A UK dependent visa offers an opportunity for spouses, partners, children, and other dependents to maintain family unity and establish a life in the UK. However, recent policy changes by the UK government have resulted in a ban on most dependent visas.
Osinbajo Tells New, Naturalized Nigerians What It Means To Be Nigerian
STATE HOUSE PRESS RELEASE OSINBAJO TELLS NEW, NATURALIZED NIGERIANS WHAT IT MEANS TO BE NIGERIAN *It's about hope, optimism, courage & hardwork says VP *385 foreigners from US, UK, others now Nigerian citizens Nigeria’s cultural diversity, hard work, innovation and infectious optimism of its people are some of the attributes that make it a great country, one that welcomes all classes of people from all over the world, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN.
Trump vows to ban Nigerians, others from getting U.S. birthright citizenship
Former President Donald Trump has vowed to stop Nigerians and other illegal immigrants from getting citizenship for their children born in the United States if wins the 2024 election. The news was shared by Vanguard on Wednesday, May 31, 2023. According to the source, Trump's controversial statement was made on the 125th anniversary of the Supreme Court case for the constitutional right to birthright citizenship.
Terminating Passport Contract Will Cost Federal Government N22billion — Reps
The House of Representatives has cautioned the Nigerian government against terminating its contract with Iris Smart Technologies Limited for the production of electronic passport booklets. The House stated that ending the contract prematurely would cost the government approximately N22 billion, as procuring the necessary equipment for the latest security features in the e-passports would be required.
Trump vows to ban Nigerians, others from birthright citizenship in US
Vanguard Newspapers reports that if he wins the 2024 election, former President Donald Trump has vowed to prevent Nigerians and other nationals from obtaining citizenship for their children who were born in the United States. Trump declared that on his first day back in office in January 2025, he would issue an executive order denying citizenship to children whose parents are not citizens of the United States or lawful permanent residents.
More Passport Offices To be Opened in Lagos - NIS Comptroller General
In a bid to address the lingering issue of delays in passport processing and issuance, the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Caroline Adepoju, has announced plans to establish additional passport front offices in the vibrant city of Lagos. According to a statement released by Tony Akuneme, the Comptroller of Media and Publicity of the NIS, Mrs. Adepoju made this announcement during her address to the top management of the service shortly after assuming office from the former comptroller general of Immigration, Isah Jere.
Trump Pledges to End Birthright Citizenship for Nigerians and Other Nationals
Former President Donald Trump has pledged to end birthright citizenship for Nigerians and other nationals if he wins the 2024 election. Trump announced his intention to issue an executive order on his first day back in the White House, denying citizenship to children whose parents are not American citizens or legal permanent residents.
Trump promises to deny birthright citizenship to others, including Nigerians.
If he wins the 2024 election, former President Donald Trump has vowed to prevent Nigerians and other nationals from obtaining citizenship for their children who were born in the United States. Trump declared that on his first day back in office in January 2025, he would issue an executive order denying citizenship to children whose parents are not citizens of the United States or lawful permanent residents.
Peter Obi says his identity theft ordeal at London Airport began in Nigeria
Peter Obi, the Labour Party candidate for president in the 2023 election, stated that the alleged identity theft he recently experienced in the United Kingdom originated in Nigeria. Obi added, however, that UK authorities were still investigating the matter. On Sunday, while speaking as a guest on a Parallel Facts Media Twitter Space programme, he disclosed this information.
Long Queues: Ag. Immigration CG to Open More Passport Offices in Lagos
In a bid to address the persistent issue of long queues and delays in passport processing and issuance, the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Caroline Wuraola Adepoju, has announced plans to open more passport front offices in the Lagos area. The decision comes as part of a broader effort to improve efficiency and provide better services to Nigerians seeking passports.
US Visa Ban Concerns Send Ripples of Unease Through Atiku and Obi Camps
US Visa Ban Concerns Shake Atiku and Obi Campaigns The recent 20-minute phone conversation between United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, and President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has caused apprehension within the camps of the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and his Labour Party (LP) counterpart, Peter Obi.
After UK ban, Canada approves extension of work permit for spouses of Nigerian students
According to vanguardngr ( 28 May, 2023) Canada has approved an extension of work permits for spouses of Nigerian students who are studying in the country. This decision comes after the United Kingdom announced a ban on the same group of individuals from working in the country as part of its new immigration law.
Canada approves extension of work permit for spouses of Nigerian students
According to Vangaurd News report, Canada has unveiled a groundbreaking initiative aimed at enhancing family reunification by introducing a new and accelerated visa processing system for spouses and dependents. The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Sean Fraser, announced the implementation of this expedited process, allowing families to be together while awaiting their permanent residence permits.
Canadian Govt Approves Extension of Work Permit For Spouses of Nigerian Students
The Canadian government has unveiled a groundbreaking policy aimed at expediting the approval of family reunification applications. This significant announcement comes in the wake of the UK government's recent decision to prohibit students from Nigeria and other foreign countries, who hold study visas, from bringing their families into the country.