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Administrators appointed over PR backlog

A team of administrators have been appointed to help assist with the permanent residency backlog. Some 1,000 applications are currently pending, with many applicants having waited for more than three years. The Ministry of Immigration announced that following a period of training, six administrators, with senior management and technical experience, …

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One PR application approved

As work continues on the permanent residency applications, the Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency Board reports that ten applications were considered at the meeting last week, with one granted approval. CSPR board chairman, Waide DaCosta, notes that of the other PR applications reviewed five were denied, two were withdrawn by …

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New thresholds for PR

A recent change to the Immigration Law has resulted in a significant increase in the qualifying sums for persons seeking to make an application to the Cayman Islands Government for permanent residence by independent means. The Immigration (Amendment) (No. 4) Regulations, 2017 (“Amendment No. 4”) were gazetted on May 26 …

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Lawyer advocates action over lack of PR progress

By Charles Duncan For the almost 1,000 people awaiting decisions on permanent residency applications and their families, the delays show no sign of coming to an end even now that the elections have passed and a new government formed, according to one of Cayman’s leading immigration attorneys. With a candor …

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PR process to begin “next week”

Government have announced they will start work next week processing the backlog of Permanent Residency applications. And they’ve drafted in university graduates to help speed up the process. Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency Board Chairman, Waide DaCosta, advised that the CSPR Board will review all outstanding and recent permanent residency …

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Don’t hand PR out to all

I’m very concerned with the current status of the pending permanent residency applications. Not so much from the “poor life in limbo” perspective but more from the “ungrateful litigious” view. I have no doubt there are some on the list who should receive PR but do we really want the …

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Immigration addresses PR backlog

People whose lives have been put in limbo because of no movement with their permanent residence applications may get notification soon, according to the latest release by the Department of Immigration. The statement said: “In light of the changes that were made recently to the Permanent Residence Points System by …

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