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Immigration Department Operating At Reduced Capacity

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to advise the general public, that the Immigration Department will be operating at a reduced capacity with immediate effect.

Persons are hereby notified, that only applications for medical emergencies or individuals with immediate travel plans, proof of which must accompany the application, will be processed until further notice.

We wish to apologize for the inconvenience this may pose. An update will be provided in due course.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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6 COMMENTS

  1. This is so ridiculous, this government needs to be back in opposition people need to leave this fail state and passport office keeping you back to get killed. Ridiculous

  2. failed state, a state that is unable to perform the two fundamental functions of the sovereign nation-state in the modern world system: it cannot project authority over its territory and peoples, and it cannot protect its national boundaries. The governing capacity of a failed state is attenuated such that it is unable to fulfill the administrative and organizational tasks required to control people and resources and can provide only minimal public services. Its citizens no longer believe that their government is legitimate, and the state becomes illegitimate in the eyes of the international community.

    A failed state is composed of feeble and flawed institutions. Often, the executive barely functions, while the legislature, judiciary, bureaucracy, and armed forces have lost their capacity and professional independence. A failed state suffers from crumbling infrastructures, faltering utility supplies and educational and health facilities, and deteriorating basic human-development indicators, such as infant mortality and literacy rates. Failed states create an environment of flourishing corruption and negative growth rates, where honest economic activity cannot flourish.

  3. “No Blest, No Blige”

    I’m finding it very difficult to subscribe, my views and comments. What is notable is the amount of apathy, generated by certain people.

    I have found some contributions interesting but what I simply don’t understand, why do some contributors attack each other with insults and sheer ignorance.

    This meaning St Lucia haven’t changed, .gossip misinformation, misogyny, religious narratives, alluding to grooming. Even the (Surge in Crime) have been incited by POLITCS!

    As a mature St Lucian, it shameful watching the dissemination of my Island by it’s people. The Island is indeed beautiful, I would describe it as a Gem. Stop trying to destroy it and start uniting.. The process starts now right HERE TODAY.!

  4. -BUSSES SHOULD BE KEPT STOCK
    -NO TINT
    -NO HEAVY SOUND SYSTEMS
    -SPOTTERS IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING SHOULD BE INTRODUCED ON BUSSES
    -GIVE THE BUSSES THREE STRIKES THEN IMPOUNDED, AUCTIONED OFF AND FUNDS GIVEN TO CHARITY
    -BUSSES MUST STOP AT DESIGNATED BUS STOPS
    -BUSSES SHOULD BE RESTRICTED FROM BACKROADS
    -MORE POLICE BIKE PATROL TO CHARGE THOSE BUS DRIVERS WHO THINK THE ROADS ARE THEIRS AND COULD DO WHAT THEY WANT
    -BUSSES WHICH ARE BEING BLINGED SHOULDN’T GET ANY CONCESSIONS
    -BUS DRIVERS SHOULD BE RANDOMLY TESTED FOR ALCHOHOL AND DRUGS
    -BUSSES SERVING RURAL AREAS SHOULD CREATE A SCHEDULED ROTATION WHEN NOT PEAK HRS AND HOLIDAYS
    -POLICE VEHICLES SHOULD NOT BE FLASHING THOSE BLINDING EMERGENCY LIGHTS WHEN THERE’S NO EMERGENCY
    -*CONTAINER TRUCKS MUST HAVE WORKING TAIL LIGHTS AND PROPER TIRES
    -LORRIES CARRYING SAND OR SIMILAR MUST HAVE THE PROTECTIVE NETS
    -DRIVING SCHOOL CARS SHOULD BE STOCK AND WITHOUT TINTED WINDOWS
    -DRIVING INSTRUCTORS DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY’RE DOING
    -MAKE IT MANDATORY TO LEARN TO DRIVE WITH A MANUAL VEHICLE

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