The Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs, The Hon. Fred Mitchell, met with the Hope Town District Council on September 10, 2012. His focus was two-fold, to get Council’s assistance on controlling illegal immigrants and to announce in general terms Immigration's thrust to apprehend undocumented persons.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) intercepted a sailing vessel with undocumented Haitian migrants just south of Elbow Cay on September 9.
During the months of July and August, a large number of local high schools and College of The Bahamas’ students were offered the possibility to earn money while holding a short term Summer Job, ranging from one to three weeks. Most jobs were at Government’s offices with one or two …
In an incident deemed a national tragedy, a 30-foot vessel carrying approximately 20 people capsized off the coast of Freeport around 4 a.m. on April 9.
A family of four was fishing off the beach off Bakers Bay on March 10 at about 2pm in the afternoon. The two young boys (aged 8 and 10) were enjoying a day on the water with their parents and a local from Guana . They were doing some catch and release of small fish in the protected waters close to the Bakers Bay Resort.
With the view to curb the ongoing issue of illegal immigration, boat thefts and poaching of local marine resources North Abaco Minister of Parliament Renardo Curry said that he is seeking to have a Royal Bahamas Defence Force station located in Abaco on a permanent basis.
A 52 year-old male resident of the shanty town known as the Mudd was arrested on March 21 for assisting in the illegal landing of sixty-one illegal immigrants on Saturday shortly after 2:00 am.
Following on a report that 60 people believed to be from Haiti slipped in undetected into Abaco and without visas in the early hours of 12th March, a period of more intensive checks has been mounted in Abaco by the Department of Immigration beginning today.
Fred Mitchell, Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs, held staging meetings with multiple agencies ahead of intensive immigration checks set for Abaco possibly “within the next 42 days”.
Fred Mitchell, Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs, held several meetings throughout Abaco on the cusp of “more consistent and thorough checks of the immigration status of residents” in line with new administrative measures which came into effect November 1, 2014.