Government’s immigration roadshow heads to BT

| 11/10/2013

(CNS): Although government is making some headway with its efforts to address the opposition to what it believes is the misunderstanding about the proposed changes to the immigration law and policy, there are still many dissenters, and so the publicity machine is rolling on to Bodden Town. The premier and government officials will be in Bodden Town on Monday night for the next town hall meeting on the reform, starting at  7pm, Monday 14 October at the Bodden Town Civic Centre “Government is holding these meetings throughout the Cayman Islands to help constituents and residents understand the proposals being made in immigration reforms,” officials stated.

The forums are also presenting an opportunity for government to explain the details of a number of employment initiatives underway to find jobs for Caymanians.

An immigration amendment bill was submitted to the Legislative Assembly on Friday, 20 September as the first phase of the reform of the immigration policy of the Cayman Islands.

Meetings in the remaining three districts will be announced as dates are set, officials added as they urged the public to attend.

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