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  1. Trinidad and Tobago - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Immigration (Caribbean Community Skilled Nationals) (Amendment) Act, 2003 (No. 18 of 2003). - Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

    Adoption: 2003-06-26 | TTO-2003-L-65808

    Amends sections 3, 4, 9, and 10 of Immigration (Caribbean Community Skilled Nationals) Act, 1996. Regulates recognition of Caribbean Community Skills qualifications. Also make provision for entry of spouse and dependents.

  2. Trinidad and Tobago - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Immigration (Caribbean Community Skilled Nationals) Act (Cap. 18:03). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2001-08-10 | TTO-2001-L-105222

    An Act to remove the restrictions on entry into Trinidad and Tobago of skilled nationals of qualifying Caribbean Community countries.

  3. Trinidad and Tobago - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Immigration Act, 1969 (Cap. 18:01). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1969-12-30 | TTO-1969-L-62136

    Regulates admissions of persons into Trinidad and Tobago. Part I contains provisions regarding entitlement to admission, persons who may be permitted to become residents, loss of resident status, prohibited classes of persons, permitted entrants, examination of persons seeking admission by immigration officer, and medical treatment. Part IV provides for offences and penalties.

  4. Trinidad and Tobago - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Emigration (Children) Act (Cap. 18:02). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1918-04-15 | TTO-1918-L-65794

    Regulates emigration of children from Trinidad and Tobago. Establishes that no child shall be allowed to leave Trinidad and Tobago for the purpose of proceeding to any other country to which Act applies, unless child is accompanied by parent or by legal guardian, or unless parent, legal guardian or person who for the time being has charge over the child has obtained written permission from Minister.


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