Immigration Department welcomes interns

The Department of Immigration welcomed 14 interns as part of this summer’s Portfolio of Civil Service Students Internship program.  

“It is a pleasure to be able to assist these young people in harnessing and developing the fundamental skills necessary for success in the workplace,” said Chief Immigration officer, Linda Evans. 

“We look forward to them having a successful and productive two months with the Department through the collaborative effort of all staff,” she added. 

The initiative allowed young university and high school students to gain experience in the working environment.  

The students began work at the Department of Immigration on June 17, and since then they have been deployed to work in the different locations to gain knowledge of the functions of the various sections within the department. Students have been posted to the passport offices, the Owen Roberts International Airport, Cayman Centre, and the head immigration office. 


Acting Deputy Chief Immigration Officer Michelle Alvarenga, seated left, and Linda Evans, seated right, with summer interns.

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