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EVERY Islander will be affected by the biggest shake-up on immigration controls for a generation if the States back radical ministerial proposals due to be debated by the States today.
Chief Minister Terry Le Sueur not only wants to overhaul the current system of housing qualifications, but also plans to introduce registration cards which all Islanders must show if they want to move home or get a new job.
The aim is to stop people coming to Jersey and working illegally and to keep track of people’s movements more easily. (from JEP)
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smacks of big brother...we have housing licences and right to work documents in guernsey ..it doesnt stop the illegals though x
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Your right there Thistle. Surely a system that works and is easy to operate could be implemented? Perhaps Micro-chip us all? Ohheer.... that's more loike Big Brother!!!
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