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St Helena : St Helena: CHANGES TO THE IMMIGRATION ORDINANCE 2011
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 22.12.2012 (Article Archived on 05.01.2013)

The revised 2011 Immigration Ordinance has been in place for eleven months. This Ordinance updated the 2008 Immigration Control Ordinance with a series of changes which were designed to make the rules around immigration more transparent and development friendly but also simplify processes for both immigrants and returning residents.

CHANGES TO THE IMMIGRATION ORDINANCE 2011


 


The revised 2011 Immigration Ordinance has been in place for eleven months. This Ordinance updated the 2008 Immigration Control Ordinance with a series of changes which were designed to make the rules around immigration more transparent and development friendly but also simplify processes for both immigrants and returning residents.


 


Since January the Ordinance and supporting legislation have been under review. As a result of the review some potential changes have been identified to the principal Ordinance. A draft of the proposed amendment legislation will be available from the Immigration Office at Ogborn House, in the public library or online at http://www.sainthelena.gov.sh/pages/public-consultations.html from Monday 17th December.


 


Comments are invited from interested parties and should be submitted either in writing to the immigration office at Ogborn House or by email to immigration1@police.gov.sh before the 10th January.


 


SHG


 


13 December 2012

 

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