Some asylum seekers say they are living in limbo as the federal government fast tracks visas to bolster economic growth and alleviate labour shortages.
The truck driver linked to a human trafficking crime in Texas, in which 53 migrants died, may have had methamphetamine in his system.
Jason Buch and Ted Hesson
Human rights groups are calling for an investigation of a deadly stampede by migrants trying to scale a border fence separating Morocco and a Spanish enclave.
Ashifa Kassam and Tarik El-Barakah
A riot has broken out at Yongah Hill Detention Centre for the second time in just over a week.
Jake Dietsch and Brianna Dugan
The manager of a hostel in Rwanda to be used to house migrants sent for processing by Britain says he is preparing the facility for the arrival of children.
The Regional Australia Institute's population report shows people are moving from the country to cities again after the trend reversed during COVID-19 lockdowns
Britain's Home Secretary Priti Patel has hit out at a decision by the European Convention on Human Rights to ground a planned UK deportation flight to Rwanda.
Britain has cancelled its first deportation flight to Rwanda after a last-minute intervention by the European Court of Human Rights.
Andrew MacAskill and Michael Holden
The first flight taking asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda is set to take off on Tuesday after a last-ditch legal bid to halt the deportations failed.
Little Tharnicaa Nadesalingam has celebrated her fifth birthday, marking her family's return to Biloela after four years in detention. SEE THE PHOTOS.
Finbar O'Mallon, Mibenge Nsenduluka
Anthony Albanese has hinted the Nadesalingam family will be able to get permanent visas as the Biloela community celebrates their return to the Queensland town.
Following four years in immigration detention and a campaign that caught international attention, a family of Tamil asylum seekers are home in Biloela. SEE THE PICTURES.
Home Affairs Minister Jim Chalmers has approved the exit from immigration detention of the Murugappan family, allowing them to return to Biloela in Queensland.
Maeve Bannister and Paul Osborne
Anthony Albanese's election in Australia has raised hopes in New Zealand it could lead to less deportees being sent across the Tasman.
A US judge has issued an injunction that stops authorities from lifting COVID restrictions that have led to migrants being turned away at the Mexican border.
Kristina Cooke and Mica Rosenberg
The New Zealand budget has tipped immigration to skyrocket in forthcoming years, confounding economic opinion and other government advice.
A camp on the US border housing 2000 mainly Central American migrants has been cleared by Mexican authorities amid talks to better manage regional migration.
Protesters have scuffled with police as they try to blockade an immigration detention centre in Melbourne.
A former Manus Island security guard alleges the commonwealth government put her at risk by failing to act on warnings of violence ahead of deadly rioting.
Mexico's foreign minister has accused neighbouring Texas of ‘extortion’ over enhanced security measures at the US border.
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri has resigned following the alleged illegal pushback of migrants in the Mediterranean.
Frank Jordans and Samuel Petrequin
The Danish government is following a controversial move by Britain and considering setting up a migrant-processing centre in the African nation of Rwanda.
The British government plans to send some asylum seekers who arrive in small boats to Rwanda in a trial scheme aimed at stopping people smugglers.
The reopening of international borders is expected to allow thousands more people to temporarily and permanently call Australia home.
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