US officials starting fingerprinting process for refugee families near Australia

US officials starting fingerprinting process for refugee families near Australia (NEWSCHANNEL 3) – U.S. officials are starting the fingerprinting process for refugee families living on Pacific islands near Australia. Right now, Department of Homeland Security officers are in the final stage of assessing who will be allowed into the

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US officials meet asylum seekers at Australia-run detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island

The move indicates the screening process to resettle refugees in the US may have resumed. By Pavitra Dwibhashyam. March 20, 2017 12:20 GMT. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE.

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US officials interview asylum-seekers at Australian Pacific island

US officials have begun interviewing and taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp in the Pacific island of Nauru, who seek resettlement in the US. President Obama agreed to accept 1,500 refugees held by Australia in Papua New …

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US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru

After Donald Trump stood by unproven claims that the Obama administration tapped his phones during the 2016 White House race, his spokesman cited a media report that Britain’s spy agency GCHQ was behind the surveillance — a charge that Richard …

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Manus Island, Nauru refugees fingerprinted as processing for US-Australia resettlement deal begins

Officials from the US Department of Homeland Security are set to begin fingerprinting refugees on Manus Island and Nauru in preparation for resettlement in America under the US-Australia refugee deal. In a document supplied to refugees on the islands

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US officials meet asylum seekers at Australian-run camp, possibly restarting ‘dumb deal’

CANBERRA/PERTH: US officials began taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp on the Pacific island of Nauru on Monday, signalling that vetting of applicants for resettlement in what US President Donald Trump called a “dumb deal” …

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Immigration chief: Australia not negotiating with other countries for refugee resettlement

THE immigration department chief has confirmed Australia is not negotiating with any other countries to find refugee resettlement places for people on Nauru and Manus Island who miss out on going to the US. Asked what happens to the refugees who miss …

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The end of Manus and Nauru: US officials ‘collecting fingerprints’ from 1250 asylum seekers ahead of resettlement

Refugees from Australia’s offshore detention centres will begin their application process for resettlement in the United States. Officials from the US Department of Homeland Security will travel to Manus and Nauru Island to collect fingerprints from

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