Guyana asks Antigua about new immigra...

Guyana asks Antigua about new immigration policy

There are 2 comments on the Stabroek News story from Sep 5, 2009, titled Guyana asks Antigua about new immigration policy. In it, Stabroek News reports that:

Guyana has written the Antigua and Barbuda government inquiring about its new immigration policy after it received information that the passports of three sets of Guyanese children travelling to that country with their parents were being held by the authorities until their exit.

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its sad

Georgetown, Guyana

#1 Sep 10, 2009
its sad to see guyaneese go through all these things to what ever country we travell, i wish the goverment can see the pain they put us through and come out of power and stop telling us about they dreams of they good they do.
anessa alfred

Manning, SC

#2 Oct 27, 2009
it is about time that antigua start doing somthing about these people who decide to come in and take over plus when one come then they send for their whole family and they do not leave and then they commit crimes take the jobs for much less than an antiguan get them out

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