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First time fee for Status Cards, abolished by Cabinet

Providenciales, 14 Jan 2016 – Cabinet during its meeting this week agreed to abolish the cost for obtaining a National Status Card or TCI Status Card for first time applicants. Now, payment will only be expected when there are replacements for stolen or lost status cards. The status Cards became the main identifier of indigenous people in the territory just before the 2012 General Elections.

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And an Electricians board has been established to serve the country for two years according to those Cabinet notes from the Governor’s Office. Oswaldo Ariza is the Chairman, Emmanuel Gardiner and Samuel Williams of the TCI Electrical Contractors Association are members, so is Menelik Astwood of the TCI Community College along with ex-officio roles including the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Infrastructure Housing and Planning, the Director of Planning and the Energy and Utilities Commissioner. The board becomes active tomorrow January 15 until March 2017.

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