Travellers in Chicago must abide by rules about travelling in the city’s most populous region, according to a new report.RTE’s Grand Circle Travel series shows how Chicago is a place that’s all about travel, whether it’s to New York or London, Paris or Buenos Aires.
Grand Circle Travel shows the biggest, most popular destinations in Chicago and the surrounding areas.
It also features an exclusive look at the travel industry and the local businesses that make up it.
This year, Grand Circle travel covered Chicago, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Lake County and Lake Superior.
Rights group Amnesty International called the report a “wake-up call” about the consequences of unchecked immigration and how people can be left behind by the city.
Amnesty said that the report is a call to action.
It calls on the government to focus on building a more integrated, welcoming, and prosperous Chicago, and to end its practice of locking up people at the border.
“The report confirms the importance of ensuring that everyone, regardless of citizenship, can travel and live in Chicago, regardless who they are or where they came from,” Amnesty Chicago Executive Director, Maria Grazia, said in a statement.
“By putting the needs of its citizens above all else, the government should be taking the lead in ending this practice of deporting thousands of people who have committed no crime, but who are instead living in the shadows and not contributing to their communities.”
Amnesty called on the federal government to review its policies, including the removal of people from the United States illegally, and implement reforms that would allow people to return to their home countries.
“This report also shows how important the people of Chicago are, and how important they are in making this city safer and better,” said Amnesty’s executive director, Richard Rosenfeld.
“We urge the federal authorities to work together to implement a comprehensive, fair and humane approach to deporting people in this country illegally.”