May 26, 2009

Thoughts on Prime Minister Thompson’s New “Amnesty”

By Stabroek staff | May 25, 2009 in Features

In the Diaspora

By Annalee Davis (Annalee Davis is a Barbadian Visual Artist, living and working in Barbados on a series of forty-five artistic projects that investigate the impact and anxieties of intra-regional Caribbean immigration. Please view to complete the questionnaire if you have a migratory experience you would like to share or to see her work.

On Tuesday, May 6th 2009, Prime Minister David Thompson politely informed Parliament of the policy determined by the Subcommittee on Immigration set up in June 2008. Non-nationals have one month to turn themselves into Immigration to regularize their status or be “removed” from December 1 2009...

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In the Diaspora is one of a series of fortnightly columns from Guyanese in the diaspora and others with an interest in issues related to Guyana and the Caribbean

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