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From the possibility of an MTA fare hike to what to do about the flood of asylum seekers in New York City, there were a lot of issues for voters to chew on.
This week, New York City police evicted an encampment of asylum seekers outside the Watson Hotel who were protesting plans to house them in a remote, crowded and cold facility. Mayor Eric Adams suggested the protesters were "agitators," not migrants themselves. We speak to a Venezuelan asylum seeker named Ruben, who was evicted from the hotel, and Desiree Joy Frías, a community organizer with South Bronx Mutual Aid, which has been deeply involved in supporting the asylum seekers arriving in the city. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at 🤍 Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Support independent media: 🤍 Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍 #DemocracyNow
Some are still camped outside the Watson Hotel, despite the city's efforts to move them to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. CBS2's Zinnia Maldonado reports.
Micheal Martin, the Irish Prime Minister, says that the UK policy of sending some people claiming asylum to Rwanda is at least part of the reason for a surge in arrivals in his country. Public accommodation in Ireland said to be full, with temporary facilities being built at speed on public land. Sky News' Stephen Murphy has the story. #Asylum #Migrants #refugees #ukraine #ukrainerussiawar SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple: 🤍 Android 🤍 Sky News videos are now available in Spanish here/Los video de Sky News están disponibles en español aquí 🤍 Sky News videos are also available in German here/Hier können Sie außerdem Sky News-Videos auf Deutsch finden: 🤍 To enquire about licensing Sky News content, you can find more information here: 🤍
Since last spring, nearly 42,000 asylum seekers have arrived in New York City, many sent to the state on buses against their will. The city says it has opened 77 emergency shelters and four Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Centers, but asylum seekers say the city has dragged its feet on providing job permits and permanent and humane housing. Many are now peacefully protesting outside a hotel not far from Times Square, where they were living for weeks until city officials suddenly evicted them over the weekend to move them to a remote warehouse facility in Brooklyn that contains 1,000 cots and lacks heating. Mutual aid organizers have rallied with the asylum seekers and vowed to fight the evictions. For more, we're joined by Josh Goldfein, a staff attorney for The Legal Aid Society's Homeless Rights Project, and Desiree Joy Frías, a community organizer with South Bronx Mutual Aid. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at 🤍 Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Support independent media: 🤍 Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍 #DemocracyNow
Over 200 people gather at protest in Mullingar in relation to housing of asylum seekers.
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The city wants them to move to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal where a temporarily relief center has been set up. CBS2's Zinnia Maldonado has the latest.
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The NYPD removed asylum seekers from outside the Watson Hotel in Midtown on Wednesday night as controversy continues to brew over the city's decision to move them to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
With the Nationality and Borders Bill currently in the news, the terms 'refugee' and 'asylum seeker' are in the news on a regular basis. But what is the difference between the two terms? Kiz from YCS explains some of the key differences between an asylum seeker and a refugee. To find out the latest news from the Nationality and Borders Bill, visit Best for Britain's website 🤍 #Nationalityandbordersbill #asylumseeker #refugeerights
Some asylum seekers are choosing to sleep on the streets after New York City officials attempted to move them from a Manhattan hotel to a temporary shelter at a cruise terminal in Brooklyn. NBC’s Valerie Castro spoke to some of the men who are protesting the move as they claim the shelter conditions are unliveable. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Get more of NBC News delivered to your inbox: nbcnews.com/newsletters #NBCNews #Migrant #NewYork
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ABC News' Juju Chang reports on a woman waiting for her asylum case to be heard after spending months while pregnant in a tent city in Mexico due to former President Donald Trump's policy.
We hear these terms all the time. Migrant. Refugee. Asylum seeker. Immigrant. What’s the difference? Let’s break it down. A migrant is a person moving from country to country for any number of reasons - better life, better job, more opportunities. An immigrant is someone who moved to another country and has established residency legally or illegally. Then there are refugees and asylum seekers. They both seek protection because they fear persecution based on a number of factors, including race, religion, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. But the process of how they get protection differs. Refugees must apply from overseas and have to be vetted and approved before traveling to the United States. Asylum seekers are people who are already in the US or at the border. They must apply for protection within one year of arriving. Whether you are a migrant, refugee, immigrant or asylum seeker, it can take years to get legal status in America. Want to learn more about immigration? Check out articles and more on kcet.org! A Primer on Refugees and Asylum Seekers, and Why They're Not Illegal Immigrants 🤍
Controversy continues to brew over New York City's decision to move asylum seekers from the Watson Hotel to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. Wednesday, city councilmembers visited the new facility, but what do the men who have moved there think? CBS2's Christina Fan has their reaction.
The cost of the UK's asylum system has topped £2bn per year, a number which could continue to rise. The Home Office has said the influx of people arriving on UK shores is "50 - 50 an asylum problem and an illegal migration problem". The Home Affairs Committee was told that while some will claim asylum or may be victims of modern slavery, others are "deliberately gaming the system" - and will disappear into the UK on arrival. #skynews #migration #immigration SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple: 🤍 Android 🤍 Sky News videos are now available in Spanish here/Los video de Sky News están disponibles en español aquí 🤍 Sky News videos are also available in German here/Hier können Sie außerdem Sky News-Videos auf Deutsch finden: 🤍 To enquire about licensing Sky News content, you can find more information here: 🤍
An emotional Ugandan refugee has told Sky News that asylum seekers that will be departing to Rwanda 'are being sent to their death'. #Shorts
The area outside the Watson Hotel is clogged with bicycles, which the asylum seekers have been using to find jobs and earn money to support their new life in America, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
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In New York, asylum seekers are continuing to protest outside a Manhattan hotel where they’d been living for weeks, after city officials suddenly evicted them over the weekend to move them to a remote camp in Brooklyn with a thousand cots and no heat. We hear from migrants and activists fighting the eviction. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at 🤍 Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Support independent media: 🤍 Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍 #DemocracyNow
For days, a group of migrants has been choosing to sleep outside in the cold rather than utilize a new shelter at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in New York City. NewsNation's Sloane Glass reports. Read more here: 🤍 #NYC #Migrants #asylumseekers "Rush Hour" is a no fluff, no filler newscast hosted by Nichole Berlie featuring up-to-the-minute news drawing from a network of journalists across the U.S. Weekdays starting at 5p/4C. NewsNation is your source for fact-based, unbiased news for all America. More from NewsNation: 🤍 Get our app: 🤍 Find us on cable: 🤍 How to watch on TV or streaming: 🤍
What is the Asylum Seeker and Refugee Visa? You must apply for asylum if you want to stay in the UK as a refugee. To be eligible to apply for asylum, you must have left your country and be unable to go back because you fear persecution. You should apply when you arrive in the UK or as soon as you think it would be unsafe for you to return to your own country. Your application is more likely to be denied if you wait and do not apply for asylum at the first available opportunity. Are you eligible for Asylum Seeker and Refugee Visa? To stay in the UK as a refugee you must be unable to live safely in any part of your own country because you fear persecution there. This persecution must be because of: • your race • your religion • your nationality • your political opinion • anything else that puts you at risk because of the social, cultural, religious or political situation in your country, for example, your gender, gender identity or sexual orientation • You must have failed to get protection from authorities in your own country. If you have any doubts about applying for the Asylum Seeker and Refugee Visa, please contact our immigration lawyers for expert advice. Contact Us for Further Information or Post Any Questions You Have in the Comments Section Below This Video. Visit us at 🤍 for more information on making a UK Asylum Seeker and Refugee Visa application. You can also contact us by email at advice🤍onelawchambers.com or give us a call on 0208 616 1819. Please send us any comments if you like the video or if you have any questions arising from anything in the video. Please also send us any comments on any other topics you would like us to post a video about. Your valuable feedback is greatly appreciated! PLEASE LIKE THIS VIDEO AND SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE VIDEOS ON RELATED TOPICS - Music Credits: Day In Paris by Pyrosion 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍
Asylum seekers continue to fight back on a move from Manhattan's West Side to Brooklyn. On Sunday, the city sent MTA buses to move them from the Watson Hotel to a new shelter at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, but many of them pushed back, citing the conditions at the new shelter. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
The men refused to relocate to a new relief center at Brooklyn Cruise Terminal so the city can move families into the hotel instead. CBS2's Zinnia Maldonado has more.
More than 5,000 of the asylum seekers arriving in Ireland last year had either false travel documents or none at all, according to new figures released to Newstalk. The Department of Justice figures show that between January and November 2022, a total of 5,074 people applying for asylum in Ireland presented either “false or no documentation” on their arrival. It means almost 40% of the people applying for international protection here last year did not have valid travel documents. Almost 70% (just over 3,500) were men and 30% (around 1,500) were women. The figures only include people over the age of 16 because the department does not record minors. Former Justice Minister Michael McDowell told The Pat Kenny Show that anyone arriving in Ireland without the correct travel documents should be deported. “If you come to Dublin Airport and you say you have no travel documents – what is your motive in doing that?” he asked. “It is to conceal your identity and it is to prevent the Irish State from coming to a quick decision as to whether you’re what you claim to be and whether or not you’re somebody who is entitled to international protection.” Senator McDowell said Ireland’s immigration system is “just ineffectual” – noting that people arriving at other countries without passports encounter a very different approach. “I would be surprised if all of those travel documents are left on-board Ryanair flights or flushed down toilets on aircraft,” he said. “I don’t believe that happens. I think they are retained. “But I mean, now, our system is just ineffectual. You are dealing with a person across a desk and they’re not going to search you. You know, try doing that in the United States and you’ll find a very different approach.” Asylum seekers speaking to the show said they pay large sums of money for fake documents and transport to travel to Ireland. One man said that Ireland is seen as a soft touch internationally. “After corona came, everything is changed you know?” he said. “When corona gone, the people start hearing about Ireland. That, in Ireland, they give people the asylum, the papers and they give them the work permit – everybody comes to Ireland. This is the problem. Asked whether people are coming here because they know they will get their papers easier, he said: “This is reason. This is the only reason. Trust me.” “I think somebody who turns up and claims that between Paris and Dublin or Amsterdam and Dublin, they have lost their travel documents, they should be given very short shrift.” There are a range of reasons asylum seekers could find themselves without travel documents – with figures showing that 41% of the world’s refugees have no access to passports. Immigration barrister Cathal Malone explained why people are arriving without documents. He said asylum seekers often pay traffickers large sums of money to get them to Ireland. “These documents are very expensive to either get hold of if they are stolen or to produce if they’re forged, so these ‘agents’ will want to use them again,” he said. “So, often, what will happen is, they will board a flight with you and then, before you get to immigration, they will take the document from you.” Asylum seekers He said people who arrive without documents still face rigorous testing before being granted asylum. “Whatever claim they are making will be assed with reference to information from their country of origin, reports from the US State Department, UK Home Office, reputable international media, information the department gets from Interpol, Europol and other EU countries,” he said. “So, it is not that we just accept people at face value. There are fairly rigorous interviews and everything someone says is checked to the point that people often end up getting refused for the slightest inconsistencies.” Undocumented Ireland is not the only country in Europe dealing with large numbers of undocumented asylum seekers. Some 45% of the adult asylum seekers arriving in Germany in 2021 had no valid documents, while the figure in the Netherlands was 52% in 2020. Over 21,000 fraudulent identity documents were presented to the UK Border Force between 2010 and 2020. Last week saw a rising number of newly arrived asylum seekers forced to sleep on the streets after the Citywest Reception Centre closed to new arrivals. Recent polls have shown that nearly half the population is not happy with the Government's handling of the crisis – amid growing concern the situation is fuelling the rise of far-right violence and misinformation. #immigration #asylum #ireland
A top EU official has told the BBC that the Greek government must stop the illegal deportation of migrants arriving on the country’s borders. The Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansonn, said that the “very well founded” reports of 'pushbacks' at sea and on land were “violations of fundamental European values". Human rights groups allege that thousands of people seeking asylum in Europe have been pushed back from Greece to Turkey before being given a chance to apply for asylum. Greece has always denied the allegations. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Greece #BBCNews
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The Dutch capital Amsterdam has approved a plan to accommodate at least one thousand migrants on a cruise ship moored in the city's port, as the Netherlands seeks to end an accommodation crisis saw asylum seekers sleeping outside a reception center. #Amsterdam #CruiseShip #OIDW Oneindia News is a youth-driven channel that brings you stories that need your attention, are popular, informative, and entertaining. Follow and like us for thought-provoking & exclusive content... Youtube: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 We are there on Twitter: 🤍
A group of asylum seekers staying in a hotel in Reading have gone on hunger strike in protest at poor food and lengthy asylum claims. Some of the men and women say they have been in their rooms for over eight months, and they claim the food provided is unhealthy - even leading to some individuals becoming ill. The Home Office refused to comment and directed Sky News to a statement provided by one of the companies involved, Clearsprings Ready Homes, which said the food supplied is reviewed regularly to ensure it "meets the required standards". To read more about this story, click here: 🤍 Anyone feeling emotionally distressed or suicidal can call Samaritans for help on 116 123 or email jo🤍samaritans.org in the UK. In the US, call the Samaritans branch in your area or 1 (800) 273-TALK. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 and 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple 🤍 Android 🤍
Charities and human rights organisations have written to United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to denounce the way underage asylum seekers are housed in the UK. The children are living in government-run hotels without proper safeguards, rights groups say, and dozens are feared to have been kidnapped by gangs or trafficked into modern slavery. They had been staying at a seaside hotel operated by the Home Office. Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Brighton, the UK. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News #UnitedKingdom #UK #Asylumseekers
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City Council members now plan to tour the new shelter at Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. CBS2's Christina Fan has the latest.
"In the last three years that Labor was in office, 6,889 protection visas were granted to people who arrived by air...in the last three years of our government, 4,786 have been allocated to people who arrived by air" - Immigration minister David Coleman - Member for Banks. Labor senator Kristina Keneally earlier today said thousands of asylum seekers arrived legally by plane under the watch of the Liberal's Peter Dutton. Story: 🤍 Subscribe to 7NEWS for the latest video » 🤍 Connect with 7NEWS online Visit » 🤍 Connect with 7NEWS online: Facebook » 🤍 Twitter » 🤍 #Immigration #7NEWS
Asylum seekers trying to reach Europe have described being forcibly moved from Italy to Greece on makeshift prisons in ferries. An Al Jazeera investigation working with Lighthouse Reports and other media partners has uncovered evidence of the illegal forced return of asylum seekers, including minors, in degrading and inhumane conditions, from Italy to Greece. The investigation has found evidence of unofficial detention facilities on board commercial ferries on routes between the two countries. The Italian government has insisted it no longer forcibly returns asylum seekers after a 2014 European Court of Human Rights decision. Yet our investigation has heard testimony from eight people who’ve been forcibly returned from Italy to Greece in just the past 12 months. Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Bari, Italy Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #aljazeeraenglish #News #Investigation #AsylumSeekers #Europe #Italy #Greece #Detention