Bad applications stymie Immigration

The Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency Board Secretariat is reminding the public that all applications submitted to the board must be fully completed in order to avoid delays in processing, or the possible rejection of the application.

Persons who have been contacted by the board and requested to provide missing or additional information, have until 8 January 2007 to submit necessary documentation, stated a press release from the Board.

Failure to comply with the board’s request within this set timeframe could result in the incomplete application being denied by the board.

All applications received to date are actively being examined.

The board intends to increase the number of meetings per week in order to clear the backlog of applications. However, board members again emphasise that their work is hampered by the submission of incomplete applications, as well as by the extraordinary delays in receiving the additional information that they request.

Additional documentation should immediately be submitted to the offices of the Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency Board Secretariat, Second Floor, Sussex House, Elgin Avenue.

Applicants are also reminded that any change of contact details should be urgently relayed to the board’s secretariat.