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1. news | 21 Dec 2014
» CANBERRA - Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison was Sunday chosen to head up the social services ministry in a major cabinet reshuffle, a move widely seen as a promotion following his handling of controve...
2. news | 12 Dec 2014
» The wife of a former Samut Sakhon immigration police chief was remanded to detention Thursday on a lese majeste charge.
3. news | 05 Dec 2014
» Australia's conservative government on Friday further tightened immigration laws, introducing controversial temporary visas for refugees which do not grant permanent settlement in the country.
4. opinion | 03 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» Do British voters hate foreigners or freeloaders? That is essentially the question British Prime Minister David Cameron posed in his long-awaited speech on immigration from European Union countries, delivered last month ...
5. learning | 15 May 2014
» Big changes to his body after Thai kick-boxing training leads to confusion at immigration & narrow escape from arrest.
6. learning | 24 Sep 2012
Easy English news
» Last year, 15,752,195 inbound passengers and 14,807,532 outbound travellers passed through the Suvarnabhumi airport's immigration counters, beyond the capacity of overworked immigration officers, says the team comma
7. learning | 14 Feb 2011
» A critical bottleneck that delays flights, long waits at immigration leave lasting bad impressions among tourists.
8. news | 28 Jan 2015
» Australia's detention of 157 asylum-seekers at sea for weeks in June was legal, the nation's High Court found Wednesday in a win for the government's hardline immigration stance.
9. business | 28 Jan 2015
Aviation & tourism
» The immigration process at Suvarnabhumi airport is set to become speedier and less of a hassle for Thai passport holders from March, when the number of automated passport-screening gates will be doubled.
10. news | 20 Jan 2015
» SYDNEY - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday that a protest by asylum-seekers angry at their detention at an immigration centre in Papua New Guinea had been broken.