Haitians arrested for immigration breach


Tribune Freeport Reporter


FOUR Haitians were recently arrested in Grand Cay for breach of the immigration laws, according to Bahamian authorities.

The men were allegedly discovered diving for crawfish in Bahamian waters. Three of the men possessed work permits to be employed as handymen, but were reportedly diving for crawfish, The Tribune was told.

The other Haitian man did not possess any documents and is alleged to be in the Bahamas illegally.

Bahamian authorities are continuing to investigate.


Giordano says...

I thought handyman,with a work permit,encloses diving or does a handyman needs to go to the University in order to dive? Pls somebody explains that to me.

Posted 9 August 2018, 7:45 p.m. Suggest removal

Giordano says...

I think this newly elected Prime Minister needs to appeal for vission and good leadership to match his decisions with the priorities of this nation and acknowledges that in The Bahamas "Quality should goes first",period.
Paying too much and getting too little . If anyone lives here irregularly,do your job with zero harassment. Diving?
You have the right to take out of this country all illegal individuals,meanwhile,absolutely everyone has the right to eat. Everything that happens here,is responsibility of the government,they are the one to fix it if it's wrong.
They are also responsible for good things.
Talking too much? Am I wrong?

Posted 9 August 2018, 8:14 p.m. Suggest removal

mandela says...

A permit holding handyman should only be diving in some handyman work, duh!

Posted 9 August 2018, 9:24 p.m. Suggest removal

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