IAT Kiosk to open in government building

| 25/09/2013

(CNS): With government planning to change the immigration regime next month with an amendment to the law the regime controlling the awarding of permanent residency is about to get tougher. As a result government will be seeking to tighten the appeals process as well to eliminate frivolous appeals and move more speedily on genuine ones. With the goal of enhancing services provided to the public the Immigration Appeals Tribunal (IAT) has established a new kiosk on the ground floor of the Government Administration Building which will open Monday 30 September, at 10:00am allowing anyone going through or making an appeal to drop off documents or make other submissions and check on the status of their appeal. 

“The addition of this kiosk will improve the customer experience for all appellants and their representatives and also make the IAT easier to access,” said Natasha Bodden, IAT Coordinator.  “Our goal is to ensure we provide the public with the most efficient and effective service so as to make the appeal process as seamless as possible.”

The desk will be open to the public every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 2pm. For more information please call 244-3605

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  1. Anonymous says:

    With all the new Caymanians that we are about to inherit we are going to need more Schools as well. Bet no one thinks about this. Just hope that some bright one will bring a law that these people cannot adopt overseas children like they so like to do. Adoption should only be granted to them if they are Caymanian children. Alot of this has happened.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hmm….. Sounds like another place for immigration personnel to try and humiliate non-Caymanians at their mercy.