Chief Immigration Officer says she will leave the post as indicated in her resignation letter.
Mark resigned for personal reasons but the government asked her to stay. She has said no.
The Vincentian will depart as planned on October 15 ahead of the expiration of her two-year contract.
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Vincentian as head of immigration? I wonder if an Antiguan could ever hold that post anywhere else in Caricom.
I pray that an Antiguan is given the Chief Immigration Officer position when she departed. It’s about time we Antiguans hold such high position in our own land. It is our land and we are qualify to protect our own boarders of entry.
Amen to that .
Amen. She was always wrong for the job.
I’m quite surprise that that could have happened in a small country like Antigua but maybe things are changing.
Why is it that an Antiguan can hardly hold any high position ?? Why is it all these foreigners can hold big jobs here but when we go to their country we can barely get a descent job . this needs to stop ..I have nothing against foreigners but I’d like my own people to elevate themselves too.
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