Immigration

Kamla:No Opposition support for Immigration changes

Changes to the Im­mi­gra­tion Reg­u­la­tions, pro­posed by the Gov­ern­ment will not re­ceive any sup­port from the Op­po­si­tion.

Speak­ing at the Unit­ed Na­tion­al Con­gress' Mon­day Night Fo­rum at the Aran­juez North Sec­on­dar School, Op­po­si­tion leader Kam­la Per­sad-Bisses­sar said that the Gov­ern­ment filed "some­thing known as Im­mi­gra­tion Reg­u­la­tion".

"And we have ap­plied to an­nul those reg­u­la­tions," she said.

Water shortage shuts down Immigration Office in Grande

The Im­mi­gra­tion De­part­ment in San­gre Grande was forced to re­main closed yes­ter­day be­cause of a wa­ter short­age.

Many peo­ple trav­el­ling to the de­part­ment in San­gre Grande to ei­ther ap­ply, re­new of col­lect their new pass­ports said they were dis­ap­point­ed as the of­fice was closed yes­ter­day

When Guardian Me­dia vis­it­ed the Im­mi­gra­tion Of­fice at Damarie Hill, Guaico, there was no one at the of­fice ex­cept a se­cu­ri­ty guard.

Venezuelans claim Immigration officers in racket, bribes to stay in T&T

Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young is chal­leng­ing ac­tivist Yese­nia Gon­za­les and oth­er Venezue­lan na­tion­als to bring ev­i­dence they have against Im­mi­gra­tion of­fi­cers they al­lege are tak­ing bribes from Venezue­lan na­tion­als seek­ing to gain en­try in­to T&T and to stay here af­ter their time has elapsed.

Young made the call yes­ter­day, hours af­ter Gon­za­les made the claim on CNC3’s The Morn­ing Brew and some of her com­pa­tri­ots backed up the al­le­ga­tion.

Three Venezuelan women, 3-year-old boy detained in Erin

Four Venezuelan nationals have been detained by officers of the South Western Division, during an anti-crime exercise at the Los Iros Beach, Erin, last evening.

During the exercise, which was led by Sgt. Richardson, of the Santa Flora Police Station, officers had cause to stop and search a brown Nissan Almera motor vehicle parked near a bar occupied by two Trinidadian men and four Venezuelans.

Enquiries led officers to believe that the three Venezuelan women, ages ranging from 22 to 41 years, and a 3-year-old Venezuelan boy, were in the country illegally.

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