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Source: Caribbean Compass - Spetembre 2014
St. Lucia Reintroduces Immigration Cards
Pour obtenir le formulaire, voici le lien: http://stlucianow.com/travel/International_ED_Card.pdf
St. Lucia’s Ministry of Tourism, Heritage & Creative Industries has announced the reintroduction
of Immigration cards for yachting visitors.
The Ministry reports: St. Lucia is fast becoming the yachting destination of choice for many. The added value that the yachting sector brings to the island’s tourism industry is evidenced by the range of employment opportunities available, economic benefits and linkages formed with other sectors. Therefore, effective monitoring of the sector is imperative.
The Government of Saint Lucia therefore wishes to advise that effective September 1st, yachtspersons will be required to complete an Immigration card upon entry into St. Lucia. This will allow the Tourism Industry and Immigration Department to accurately account for yachting and stay-over arrivals and better serve the needs of our valued tourists.
The new card must be completed by each individual on board a vessel, disembarking at the IGY and Marigot Bay Marinas, as well as at Vieux Fort, Soufriere and Ganter’s (Vigie Cove) bays.
We look forward to welcoming you to beautiful Saint Lucia and thank you for your cooperation in this worthwhile endeavor.
For further information contact:
Cuthbert Didier, Maritime Consultant – Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative
Industries: (758) 720-9093 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Louis Lewis, Director of Tourism, Saint Lucia Tourist Board: (758) 452-4094
Lucius Lake, Head of Immigration: (758) 456-3825 or email@example.com
Samantha Charles, Tourism Officer – Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative
Industries: (758) 720-4618 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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