The Director Of Immigration Corrects The Minister

We repeat in part the statement that came from the Director of Immigration and issued on Thursday 6 August 2020: During a media interview on Tuesday, August 4th, Minister of Financial Services, Trade & Industry and Immigration, the Hon. Elsworth Johnson inadvertently categorized thirty (30) Immigration Officers who are quarantined as having tested COVID-19 positive. […]

The Foreign Minister Must Defend The Immigration Officers

Last week, The Tribune carried a remarkable front-page story in which it said that Senior Officers of Immigration past and present were implicated in a scam to smuggle people into the US as alleged in an affidavit sworn by one Edward Saintil.  Mr. Saintil claims to be a Bahamian and has a Bahamian passport and […]

PLP Responds To Minnis On Immigration

The following statement was issued by the Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell.  Since the release below was sent out, the Government has raised without notice the fees for caregivers, maids and labourers from 1000 dollars per year to 2000 dollars per year. Statement From The Office Of The Chairman PLP Senator Fred Mitchell […]

A Foolish Proposal On Immigration Fees

Senator Fred Mitchell, Chairman of the PLP and former Immigration minister, said that the government ought to double the fees for permanent residence and not work permit fees for those of entry level jobs.  He said that people who hire caretakers gardeners and other labourers can hardly afford the one thousand dollars per month now […]

MITCHELL RESPONDS ON IMMIGRATION MATTERS

  Fred Mitchell MP in the House on Wednesday 24 February.  The photos are by Peter Ramsay of the Bahamas Information Services. COMMUNICATION BY FRED MITCHELL MP MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION ON IMMIGRATION MATTERS 23 February 2016 House of Assembly Nassau Mr. Speaker, I intend to address immigration issues in the public domain. The […]

STATEMENT BY FRED MITCHELL On Immigration Policies

This briefing is to address a number of matters relating to the policies of the Department of Immigration in The Bahamas and how they are being applied. As a first step though I want to address the issue of the complaint against the Memories General Manager. As you know this is a matter that is […]

Mitchell Addressing the House On Immigration Matters

Photo by Peter Ramsay of the Bahamas Information Services  14 December 2015 COMMUNICATION BY FRED MITCHELL MP MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION RESPONDING TO THE GRAND BAHAMA HUMAN RIGHTS  ASSOCIATION AND ONE TOM PAINE House of Assembly Nassau 14 December 2015 Mr. Speaker, I wish to update the House on matters arising concerning immigration since we last […]

Statement On Immigration By Fred MitchellFred Mitchell MP

Hubert Chipman MP    Fred Mitchell MP  The following statement was issued by Fred Mitchell MP, the Minister of Foreign Affair from Paris, France in answer to a press statement by the Opposition’s spokesman on Foreign Affairs: 1 December 2015  The Bahamas government constantly reviews all matters relating to intelligence and security at the borders […]

Immigration Responds To Fred Smith’s Claims Of Success

Statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration On The Case of Meldor vs. the Minister for Immigration 13th November 2015 The press reported yesterday an interlocutory ruling in the case Meldor vs. the Minister for Immigration that an order has been made for disclosure by the Courts with regard to the policy on […]

Remarks by Fred Mitchell MP Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Rotary’s International Day For Peace Observances

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Rotary’s International Day For Peace Observances Nassau, The Bahamas Rawson Square 21 September 2015 I am honoured to be here this evening to mark the beginning of the General Assembly in New York at the United Nations and what since 1982 has been named the International Day For Peace.  […]

Mitchell Responds At Kiwanis Over The Hill To Fred Smith On Immigration

 The second issue I wish to address is the immigration policies of the government. These were announced almost fifteen months ago and came into force on 1st November.  Most people are complying with the law and the policies.  Everyone must have a passport of their nationality if they are not Bahamian. Everyone must have a […]

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION ON PASSPORTS

Passport Office Nassau, viagra usa buy viagra The Bahamas 14 July 2015 We would like to update the public on our efforts to alleviate the challenges facing the Passport Office and the travelling public at this peak travel time.  In addition to the newly introduced fee for expedited applications after 1st July, 2015, as outlined in […]

Immigration Responds To Grand Bahama Human Rights Association

The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) has again made allegations of an inflammatory nature with regard to the detention and treatment of a detainee now charged for an alleged offence and now on remand. The detainee, his counsel and the GBHRA are free to take such remedies as the law allows but it should […]

COMMUNICATION BY FRED MITCHELL MP MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION House of Assembly Nassau Immigration Matters

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION House of Assembly Nassau Immigration Matters 22 April 2015 I wanted to inform the public that we have been dealing with a deluge of illegal migrants who have breached our borders over the past week.  We are working to expedite their immediate return to Haiti. Last week ten people […]

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