The E-ID card is a smart card for holders of work permits, spousal permits, homeowners residence permits, and permanent residence permits.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette yesterday reversed his comments from a day earlier, saying now that apprehension exercises of undocumented migrants will resume on September 1.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette yesterday revealed that the government does not intend to resume apprehension exercises of illegals residing in the country at this time.
The Government of The Bahamas has granted 88 work permits to the government of the People’s Republic of China, for workers to assist with the construction of a new Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas.
“Dey Comin’!!!” says Shackie, the character from Stan Burnside’s ‘Sideburns’ cartoon in the Nassau Guardian. Possibly up to 8,000 Chinese workers may be coming to New Providence to work on Baha Mar.
After initially saying the prime minister would be “on his own” in making the controversial decision regarding Chinese workers for Baha Mar, Perry Christie and the PLP have had a change of heart.
Bishop Hall, senior pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church, claims that illegal immigrants would not be in the country in such high numbers without the “complicity of some corrupt persons in authority.”
Minister of immigration Brent Symonette tells illegal immigrants to ‘leave now’, orders crackdown after rise in attempts to enter Bahamas.
A leading accountant said Bahamians have no need to fear the large amount of Chinese labour proposed to come to The Bahamas to assist in the construction of Baha Mar’s $2.6 billion development on Cable Beach.