A 26-year-old Bahamian man, illegally residing in Florida, was arrested and faces 250 counts of child pornography in a Florida court.
Following a meeting with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, union officials ordered Customs and Immigration officers in the Bahamas to revert to a standard public servant work schedule of 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday.
Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell makes it very clear that he feels no need to apologize for taking umbrage to accusations of corruption that seem to have been made as a political ploy.
The writer makes an almost logical argument as to why children born to illegal migrants in The Bahamas are not entitled to citizenship. What do you think?
The modern Bahamian woman is still legally regarded as a chattel of her husband and has no right to pass her nationality on to her foreign-born child, a hypocrisy and injustice that is long overdue for change.
The female civil servant who accused Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell of corruption was herself under investigation by police for visa fraud and is the sister of a notorious drug-smeared Defence Force officer.
Whereas there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to addressing the illegal immigration problem, our leaders should explore programs of this nature in formulating a solution and a strategy to the way forward.
Do not blame Haitian President, Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly, for the hate and divisions within the Bahamian society caused by Bahamian politicians who simply do not like outsiders.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette tabled information in the House of Assembly yesterday, revealing that nearly 2,600 people were granted citizenship in the four-and-a-half years the FNM has been in power.