The German Foreign Office has apologised after a joke about visa approval caused a backlash online.
The SNP has said UK humanitarian efforts must be stepped up, claiming the government is to fall “well short” of its commitment to resettle 3,000 vulnerable refugee children by 2020.
Immigration policies have formed a central part of the General Election campaign so far as the debate over Brexit continues.
Boris Johnson has been accused of lying to the public over his promises to reduce immigration.
Channel 4 News has apologised for erroneously producing a social media clip which reported Boris Johnson saying he is in favour of having “people of colour” come to the UK instead of “people of talent”.
Labour’s manifesto falls short of committing to support the continuation of freedom of movement if the UK leaves the EU.
Immigration has been a hot topic over the past few days, and some more detail is beginning to emerge regarding what the political parties propose to do.
Jeremy Corbyn has remained tight-lipped about the contents of his party’s General Election manifesto but has insisted migration into Britain is vital to maintain the economy.
Dominic Raab has downplayed the prospect of the UK leaving the EU without a deal following the second phase of the Brexit process.
The Conservatives have pledged to cut immigration “overall” as the party announced a range of measures to “take back control” – just days after Boris Johnson appeared to row back from the promise.
Boris Johnson endured a difficult day on the campaign trail as the Tories came under fire over the NHS and allegations they tried to “buy off” Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.
Boris Johnson has appeared to row back from a promise to cut immigration if the Tories are returned power in the General Election on December 12.
More than half a million EU citizens applied last month to live and work in the UK after Brexit.
The Tories have pledged they will cut immigration if they return to power in the General Election but said they will not set “arbitrary targets” for getting the numbers down.
The Conservatives have claimed immigration would “surge” if Jeremy Corbyn became Prime Minister.
An Australian-style points-based system would allow Britain to control the number of people coming into the country after Brexit but still welcome much needed professionals like nurses, according to the Conservatives.
The number of businesses in Scotland has risen by 46% over the last two decades but the increase lags behind the UK as a whole, new research has found.
Camila Cabello has called on the US government to “close the camps” as she became the latest celebrity to speak out against the country’s immigration policies.
Six people have been detained following a string of visits to Highland premises carried out by immigration officers.
Aberdeen has been confirmed as Scotland’s most international city, with nearly a fifth of residents born outside the UK.
Michael Gove has admitted the UK Government must relax post-Brexit immigration rules to ensure foreign workers are attracted into the fish processing industry.
The number of foreign workers coming to start life in the north-east has dropped dramatically in the three years since Brexit was announced.
A Highland-based soldier will be reunited with his daughter in Scotland after the Home Office ruled her application now met immigration rules.
Theresa May's Brexit immigration policy was branded "heartless" after it emerged an 87-year-old woman living in Scotland had been asked to register to stay in the UK.
An Inverness family has begged the Home Office to "let our girl come home" after officials refused to grant their daughter a visa and "dragged their heels" over requests to review the decision.
Home Office officials have been blasted for suggesting an Inverness family and their MP have been “lying” over an immigration case.
Migration minister Ben Macpherson yesterday said Brexit was making it more difficult for an Aberdeen-based charity to recruit volunteers to support adults with additional needs.
The restrictive immigration regime planned by Theresa May’s government ‘completely pulls the rug from under the feet of business and communities in the Highlands and Islands’.
A north-east MSP has claimed planned changes to the immigration system will damage Scotland’s “economy, communities, NHS and public services.”
Immigration officers have raided a Stonehaven restaurant.
MPs have called on ministers to provide EU citizens living in the UK with a “complete answer” amid confusion over their post-Brexit future.
People from overseas living in the north-east will now be forced to make a 200-mile round trip to use biometric services to apply for immigration documents.