Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | January 15, 2013
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Overstayed, married, afraid of getting the boot
Dear Mrs Walker-Huntington, I have read on numerous occasions the expert advice you have given to people unclear on United States of America (USA) immigration issues, and as such, seek your assistance.I got married to a USA citizen a few months ago...

What are general visitor requirements for the UK?
Dear Mr Bassie, There seems to have been some changes to the rules and regulations concerning visitors to the United Kingdom...

Is Canada now accepting applications under the skilled-workers' programme?
Dear Ms Powell, I am a professional in Jamaica and I am desirous of moving to Canada. Some time ago, you mentioned that the Federal Skill Program was "frozen" and that Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is no longer accepting applications.

Lawlessness returns - Some downtown Kingston streets make way for illegal activities again
FOR MONTHS following the May 2010 incursion into west Kingston by the security forces, law and order was maintained on the streets of downtown Kingston with a strong police presence....

Clean-up underway
MORE THAN 30 truckloads of garbage were taken from the streets of downtown Kingston on the weekend as the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) launched its latest initiative to clean-up the market district....

'Forget your troubles, come downtown' - KSAC to use town hall meeting to seek buy-in to its plans for municipal district
THE KINGSTON and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has scheduled its first town hall meeting for tomorrow as part of efforts to ensure a shared vision for the development...


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