September 23, 2020

New Cayman Islands Customs process will ease imports

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Customs will roll out a new online process beginning 1 November 2017 to make it easier for importers to clear goods electronically. “This will be the first phase of the business modernisation and refining process that Customs will embark on over the next three years. This initiative is aimed at delivering excellent customer service and […]

Cayman Islands cannabis oil legislation changes on track

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GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – The Cayman Islands Government is pushing on in its efforts to legalise the importation and dispensing of cannabis oil for medical use but acknowledges that questions loom about how it would be sourced and dispensed. Proposed legislation will be ready for debate when the Legislative Assembly reconvenes in late September […]

Retiring Cayman Islands Customs Officer Fêted

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Retiring Senior Customs Officer William Watson has received high praise for his commitment and dedication over 33 years in government service. At an event at Customs headquarters earlier this month to celebrate his contributions to the department and its customers, Mr. Watson was also lauded for using his considerable technical and automotive expertise on government’s […]

Airline employees and passenger formally charged

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H.M. Customs has confirmed the formal charging of two airline employees and a passenger in connection with an on-going investigation involving duty evasion and the smuggling of goods under the Customs Law (2012 Revision). All three persons were formally charged on Friday, 13 June 2014 for Evading Customs Duty, relating to seven cartons of cigarettes […]