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CARICOM nationals who believe that they may have been hindered from accessing the rights afforded to them through the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), now have a mechanism by which their concerns may be addressed.

It comes in the form of a CARICOM Complaints form, which is now available both online and via hard copy at the various competent authorities in member states.

In Barbados, these include the Immigration Department, Barbados Accreditation Council, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, the Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office, the Central Bank and Government Headquarters.

Queries and submissions may be emailed to bdscsmefocalpoint@pmo.gov.bb, or persons may call the dedicated telephone line at 535-5699.


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