May 11, 2021

Cayman Islands Immigration Officer travels overseas for asylum training

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Acting Assistant Chief Immigration Officer Joey Scott recently participated in extensive training in the processing of asylum-seekers, sponsored by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Earlier this year Mr. Scott completed the required 80 hours of online distance-learning. The remaining training took place at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centre in Georgia, USA […]

Caribbean countries aim to seek compensation for climate chang

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From The Daily Herald PHILIPSBURG–Compensation from industrial nations will be sought by Caribbean nations for losses related to global warming, especially for its impact on the region’s mainstay – tourism. Caribbean representatives are slated to meet in Mexico in June to formulate an “adequate” compensation package to present to the representatives of industrialized nations, Finance […]

Press Statement John Kerry Secretary of State Washington, DC August 5, 2015 on Jamaica’s Independence Day

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Jamaica’s Independence Day Press Statement John Kerry Secretary of State Washington, DC August 5, 2015 On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I extend my warmest congratulations to the people of Jamaica as you celebrate 53 years of independence this August 6. This year has been an historic time of […]

U.S. banks blacklist Belize – PM Barrow cries into the wind, claims “damnation by innuendo”

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From The Belize Times Belize’s economy which is already on life-support and barely kept alive by the slew of loans made by the Barrow Administration has received another heavy blow with the announcement that United States’ banks could soon end their correspondent banking arrangement with our local banks. This arrangement, which has existed since the […]