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September August RSS Feed. As you enter each port, fly the yellow quarantine flag and notify Customs of your arrival. Only the captain is permitted to leave the boat until your vessel has been cleared. Customs and Immigration officials will come to your vessel. Everyone on board must have proof of citizenship and fill out an immigration card.
US citizens must present a passport. Before leaving The Islands Of The Bahamas, be sure to surrender your copy of the immigration card at the last Bahamian port you visit. If you have a firearm on board shotguns and handguns only you must declare it with Bahamian Customs. You must provide the serial number, name of the manufacturer, plus an exact count of ammunition. While you are allowed to have a firearm on your boat, you cannot remove it.
Weapons must be under lock and key at all times. In cases of emergencies, which require your departure by air, you must notify Bahamian Police or Customs. They will accompany you to retrieve the firearm and present you with a receipt.
Upon your return to the island, Bahamian Police or Customs will escort you to your vessel and return your firearm. Any infraction of this law will be dealt with severely. Entry FeesAll boaters entering The Bahamas are required to pay an entry fee. This fee is good for a second re-entry within a day period. If you plan to stay longer than 12 months, special arrangements must be made with Bahamas Customs and Immigration. Bahamas Customs and Immigration office hours are from 9 a.
Officers are on call during holidays and weekends. There is no overtime charge. A copy of the cruising permit will be permitted for crew members who may be arriving by plane and returning by boat as their names will appear on the manifest.
A letter will not suffice. All visitors are required to be in possession of a return ticket. US CitizensA valid passport is required. A visa is required for stays exceeding eight months. Canadian CitizensA valid passport is required for proof of citizenship. Voter registration cards, birth certificates and photo identifications are no longer accepted as proof of citizenship. A Bahamas visa is required for stays exceeding three months.
Box NNassau, BahamasPhone: Washington, DC Phone: The technology is certainly available to do it, particularly since you already either have to get a passport or a national insurance number.
Comrade Minister Freddy no one has fought harder against your detractors than I. But your government's talk to introduce ID cards even rattles my cage? Yes, we do have crime, like other countries experience too, but I always thought ID cards have traditionally not been used during peacetime but when a county is at war, or as a means to control the free movement of its people??
I know the Red Communist Chinese government 's influence seems be everywhere in we Bahamaland. But little did I know your government to be as suspicious of the Red Communist Chinese real intent as most we Bahamalander's sure as hell are? Minister with no war in sight you do not control the free movement of your own citizens to solve another problem. Why does this government try to make solving simple problems complicated? The immigration department knows where the illegals are. Stop using smoke screen to prolong the problem and stop trying to make it seem as if you want to resolve this vexing problem.
Tell you what: Let's get started by cleaning out all those illegals who work as a part of the maintenance crew at BEC Clifton Pier. These 50 plus workers can be replaced by Bahamian young men. I hope that someone from Tribune is reading this and investigates. You can have all the technology and identification documents in the world but as long as the people who are using the new technology to create ID documents are corrupt, it won't make any difference. We are essentially in this mess due to the corrupt practices of some Bahamians who are always trying to make a dollar 'under the table'.
The vast amount of problems in our nation are too far gone to rectify. You can blame the 25 year governance of the PLP for the ingrained Bahamian corruption and entitlement that so many of us possess.
The 'all for me baby' crew with their maximum leader L. Pindling at the helm has created this monster and I'm afraid that nothing will ever be done as long as there are votes to be bought. National I. D's would be a good thing but those crooks who work in each and every government department will be selling them within 2 weeks after it is implemented.
Why prosecute persons who hire the illegals instead of shipping their asses back to the country from which they came, but then again as I posted recently one illegal Haitian sent back home was back here in the Bahamas within six months on a three month visa.
He will not go back until he is caught again. Crooks even in our embassies overseas. Minister Mitchell get your personal ministry in order before spouting off about other problems in this country. All they really need to do is go back to the written law and the provisions for each and every Government department to ACT contained therein. All these new rules and regulations will suffer from the same lack of implementation and enforcement, the lack of which is what caused their implementation in the first place.
Band-aids,and duct tape, no way to run a country. All they succeed in doing is strangling any productivity by enabling total Government obstruction at every level, and much potential for political malice and interference.
Some Bahamians are unbelievable. Some of you cry and make noise of the illegal immigration situation this country faces. Now the government wants to introduce a National ID and severely deal with the immigrants who is taking jobs, health care and education from Bahamians and yet they still complain.
Believe it or not Bahamians are the ones who encourage these people to come here. Some Bahamians do not want to work, uninterested in education and feel public medical health care is only for poor people. As a result this slackness encourage foreigners to come and utilize what Bahamians do not want. Bahamians need to come together and report any illegal immigrant they know of and the person who hire them at the same time work and take advantage what we as Bahamians can get for little to nothing and stop believing what you see on the gangster rap videos.
If we do not come together we will be second citizens in our own country. Why has not there not been another Eastern Road inspection? Perhaps at another road next time?
Why not have one of these every week on a different weekday or course?????? Have it in a different area each week, so that Bahamians are not inconvenienced the same ones every week. Except of course, do the same one two weeks in a row once in a while - just to be random. Remember - they don't need much fuel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Used daystar embroidery software. This form, called an embarkation card, is given to immigration along with your passport to provide information about you and your visit.
If your airline does not pass out the cards, ask a flight attendant about it. Many airports will have these forms at a counter in immigration—but not always. Everyone rushed off the plane to get in line at immigration, and quickly came to a halt when they asked everyone where our embarkation cards were.
There were no cards at the counter and the immigration officers told us we should have by given them by the airlines. Everyone started arguing that no one was given any on board. Now for most people, their immigration officer pulled out a new embarkation card from his desk. Unfortunately for us, we picked the wrong immigration officer. Oh the excitement quickly disappeared from my face at the realization of the situation.
Do we really need to bribe this immigration officer to be let in? I looked around as everyone else was quickly scribbling down their information on embarkation cards they had been freely given. That was all we had managed to pre-exchange with a plan of exchanging money in the morning when stores reopened our flight landed at 3am.
Again he grunted, and we handed him the bill. Needless to say he stamped our passports in and did not give us any change. This tip also helps you save time since you can fill out the card on board rather than having to fill it out at the counter before getting in line for immigration.
Fill in the form accuratelyWhat you write on your embarkation card needs to match what is on your passport or visa, otherwise they may stop you. If you have your first and middle name on your passport, then you need to write your first and middle name on your embarkation card, etc.
Double check that all questions have been answered correctly. Dates are often written differently in other countries. When I first traveled to Asia, I wrote my birthday wrong the first time. There were two blanks per section and I quickly jotted down my birthday in the American order mm dd yy, but when I looked again the form was asking for yy dd mm.
Fill in all blanksAvoid leaving any part of the form blank. Almost all forms will ask for your hotel address.
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September August RSS Feed. As you enter each port, fly the yellow quarantine flag and notify Customs of your arrival. Only the captain is permitted to leave the boat until your vessel has been cleared. Customs and Immigration officials will come to your vessel.
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