The US government is only granting DACA renewals, but you can still submit a new DACA application to hold your place in line.

Darryl Rigby

Content Executive at Immigration Advice Service

Darryl Rigby is a Content Executive at Immigration Advice Service in the United Kingdom.


Articles written by Darryl Rigby

Why Vaccine Passports Will Discriminate Against Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Written by Darryl Rigby

COVID-19 has posed the biggest threat to human life in over a hundred years, but scientists and medical experts worked tirelessly day and night to engineer a series of vaccines in record time. Thankfully, we now have some light at the end of the tunnel and the conclusion to this nightmare is hopefully in sight. With vaccinations now administered to many of our most vulnerable groups including those in the most senior age brackets and people suffering from illness, the next stage is to offer inoculation to people who are at less risk. Experts and government advisors are optimistically predicting more or less everyone residing in Western nations should have been offered a shot by the end of the year at the very latest. As such, many governments and private companies are now pushing the idea of vaccine passports – government-issued documentation which proponents argue will simplify the process of showing proof of vaccination or test results. Vaccine passports would help airlines and businesses in the hospitality sector establish whether their customers have been vaccinated or received a negative PCR test, allowing them to refuse entry to anyone deemed to pose a risk in an effort to limit potential transmission.

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Why Vaccine Passports Will Discriminate Against Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Written by Darryl Rigby

COVID-19 has posed the biggest threat to human life in over a hundred years, but scientists and medical experts worked tirelessly day and night to engineer a series of vaccines in record time. Thankfully, we now have some light at the end of the tunnel and the conclusion to this nightmare is hopefully in sight. With vaccinations now administered to many of our most vulnerable groups including those in the most senior age brackets and people suffering from illness, the next stage is to offer inoculation to people who are at less risk. Experts and government advisors are optimistically predicting more or less everyone residing in Western nations should have been offered a shot by the end of the year at the very latest.   As such, many governments and private companies are now pushing the idea of vaccine passports – government-issued documentation which proponents argue will simplify the process of showing proof of vaccination or test results. Vaccine passports would help airlines and businesses in the hospitality sector establish whether their customers have been vaccinated or received a negative PCR test, allowing them to refuse entry to anyone deemed to pose a risk in an effort to limit potential transmission.

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