The Tribune: ‘Up’ the short-term work visa policy…

July 18, 2013

Branville McCartney of Halsbury Chambers and leader of The Democratic National Alliance’s (DNA) yesterday urged the Government to “up” its new short-term work visa policy to greater than two weeks, while commending it for “progressive” reform.

While backing the Christie administration’s move to abolish the requirement that foreign workers obtain a short-term work visa, provided they are coming to the Bahamas for less than two weeks, Branville McCartney said that timeframe could still act as a “deterrent” for executives attending or setting up conferences. Read the original article here

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