Repatriation

PH allows entry of qualified passengers from Red List countries

MANILA, Philippines — The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced on Saturday that the country will now allow entry of qualified travelers from Red List countries, in accordance with updated guidelines from the national government. BI Commissioner Jaime Morente announced it after the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging …

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Tonga changes repatriation rules to allow over 300 people into MIQ next week

By Eleanor Gee Tonga is lifting a restriction to allow the repatriation of more than 300 passengers from New Zealand and Vanuatu next week. Changes to the protocols for repatriating stranded passengers to Tonga were outlined by the new Minister of Health, Hon. Dr Saia Piukala this morning, January 14, …

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Iran urges US to repatriate all Achaemenid tablets

Iran’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations said the United States must return the Achaemenid clay tablets to the country without any exceptions or excuses. According to Majid Takht-Ravanchi, the United States has repeatedly used excuses to delay the repatriation of the tablets to Iran. “About 90 years …

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Other Filipino Students Call on Government to Prioritize Repatriation – SIBC | Voice of the Nation

Anxiety and depression are wreaking havoc on the mental health of the remaining local students who have been stuck in quarantine in a hotel in the Philippines for almost a year now. Regal Residence Hotel in Quezon City, Metro Manila, where five local students have been in quarantine since March …

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Kidnapped Nkayi boy to be repatriated from Kenya

The herald Criminal reporter Authorities in Zimbabwe and Kenya are working on paperwork to repatriate a seven-year-old boy from Nkayi who was kidnapped and taken to Kenya in 2016 in a human trafficking case. The boy, Awakhiwe Ackim Ncube, was kidnapped while playing with other children in the Nkayi neighborhood …

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Lithuania returns nearly 100 migrants to Iraq

The Lithuanian government said it repatriated 98 people to Iraq over the weekend. It was the first chartered flight to repatriate migrants from Belarus. Lithuania’s interior ministry said a plane carrying 98 Iraqi nationals took off from Vilnius on Sunday (January 2) for the capital Baghdad and the city of …

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Container ship saves 19 people in southern Florida Keys

Image courtesy of USCG Posted on Jan 2, 2022 4:26 PM by The maritime executive Friday, the boxship Methoni rescued 19 Cuban migrants about 30 nm southeast of Alligator Reef Lighthouse, near Islamorada, Florida. At around 1:40 p.m. Friday, the crew of the Methoni contacted the Coast Guard sector in …

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Pakistan inscribed on the list of “yellow” countries

MANILA, Philippines – The government’s pandemic task force reclassified Pakistan to its “yellow list,” or country at moderate risk for COVID-19, from January 1 to 15. Pakistan was initially supposed to be on the “green list”, or those at low risk of COVID-19, according to acting presidential spokesman Karlo Nograles. …

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Oregon Tax Court rejects Oregon Department of Revenue position on sales impact of 2017 alleged repatriation – Tax

United States: Oregon Tax Court rejects Oregon Department of Revenue position on sales impact of alleged 2017 repatriation December 30, 2021 Lane powell To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Oracle Corporation v. Dept. of Rev., TC 5340 (Or Tax, October 6, 2021) concerns, in part, the …

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Appeal calls for £ 23,000 to be raised for the Strood family to bring back the body of their ‘incredible’ daughter Ashleigh Wallis from Taiwan

A fundraising appeal to repatriate the body of a young woman who died while working abroad has exceeded its target. Ashleigh Wallis, 22, from Strood, was pursuing her dream job of working abroad as an English teacher in Taiwan. Ashleigh Wallis’ family say they can now take her home. Photo: …

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