(MELBOURNE) -- Novak Djokovic left Australia on Sunday after three federal judges upheld the decision to revoke his visa for the second time. "I can confirm that Mr. Djokovic has now departed Australia," Alex Hawke, immigration minister, said in a statement. Djokovic, escorted by border force... Read More.
(MELBOURNE) -- Novak Djokovic will not be deported or detained on Friday night, but the world's No.1 tennis player will need to attend an interview with immigration officials in Melbourne at 8 a.m. local time on Saturday -- two days before he’s expected to... Read More.
(MELBOURNE) -- Australian authorities on Friday canceled tennis star Novak Djokovic's visa, putting his participation in the Australian Open in doubt. Alex Hawke, imigration minister, who announced his decision at about 6 p.m. local time, said the Australian government "is firmly committed to protecting Australia’s... Read More.
(MELBOURNE) -- The Australian government has overturned a decision to cancel Novak Djokovic's visa, saying the Serbian tennis star will be released immediately from immigration detention. Djokovic had been detained upon arrival for the Australian Open, where he was set to defend his Grand Slam... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon will temporarily house Afghan workers who aided the U.S. military or diplomatic missions and are trying to leave the country at Fort Lee, an Army installation in central Virginia, while they complete the application process for a special visa, according to... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House will vote on Thursday to expand and expedite the special visa program for Afghan workers who aided the U.S. military campaign and are trying to leave the country, adding more openings to the program just weeks before the first evacuation flights... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN and MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- U.S. visa applicants whose requests were denied under former President Donald Trump's controversial ban on travelers from 13 mostly Muslim-majority and African nations can now seek new decisions or submit new applications, the... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The gunmen at his doorstep were the final straw for "Abdul."After escaping the attack -- whether they intended to kidnap or kill him was unclear -- he, his wife and four children fled Afghanistan... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. embassies and consulates around the world will soon resume visa services, the State Department said Monday, although it is not providing details on where or when.The worldwide suspension of U.S. visas,... Read More.
By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC NEWS(WASHINGTON) -- A chorus of business leaders have slammed the Trump administration's announcement that it is cracking down on a handful of work visas including those widely used by high-skilled tech workers.President Donald Trump... Read More.