Who is a CARICOM National?

A CARICOM National is, according to Article 32.5 (A) of the Revised Treaty, a person who is regarded as a National of a Member State. This is the case if such person:

  • is a citizen of that State
  • has a connection with that State of a kind which entitles him/her to be regarded as belonging to, or, if it be so expressed, as being a native or resident of the State for the purpose of the laws thereof relating to immigration


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