Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Act

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

ORDER
(under section 4(1) (g) and subject to section 4(2))

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Order, 1959 L.N. 215159

ORDERS
(under section 4(1) (h)) (Omitted)

REGULATIONS
(under section 5(2))

The Commonwealth Citizens (Cruise Passengers) Regulations, 1946 L N . 21/46

REGULATIONS
(under sections 9 and 35)

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) (Passenger L.N. 240007
Information) Regulations, 2007

ORDERS
(under section 26 (2))

(Omitted)

REGULATIONS
(under section 35)

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Regulations Schedule
to Act

The Commonwealth Citizens Identification (Photography and Measure- L N 98/48
ment) Regulations, 1948

The Commonwealth Citizens (Port of Entry) Regulations, 195 1 L.N. 4261 101151

DIRECTIONS
(under section 36 )

The Immigration Restriction (Airline Flight Crew) Directions, 195 1 L.N. 18/51

The Recruited Workers (Exemption) Directions, 1953 L.N. 59/53
279158

The Immigration Restriction (Canadian Visitors) (Exemption) Directions, L.N. E ~ O
1980

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) (Chartered Air- L . N . S O ' ~
craft Passengers) (Exemption) Directions, 1990

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

ORDER
(under section 4(1) (g) und subject to section 4(2) )

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Order, 1959 L.N. 215/59

ORDERS
(under section 4(1) (h) )

REGULATIONS
(under section 5(2) )

The Commonwealth Citizens (Cruise Passengers) Regulations. 1946 L.N. 21/46

ORDERS
(under section 26(2) )

REOULATIONS
(under section 35)

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) Regulations
to A a

The Commonwealth Citizens Identification (Photography and L.N ,,/,,
Measurement) Regulations. 1948

The Commonwealth Citizens (Port of Entry) Regulations. 1951 101151 42/ 1
DIRBC~ONS

(under section 36)

The Immigration Restriction (Airline Flight Crew) Directions. 1951 ,,. 18151

The Recruitad Workers (Exemption) Directions. 1953 L.N. 59/53
2791 58

The Immigration Restriction (Canadian Visitors) (Exemption) Direc- L . ~ . 92r/m
tions. 1980

The Immigration Restriction (Commonwealth Citizens) (Chartered 501~190
Aircraft Passengers) (Exemption) Directions, 1990

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

ORDER
(under section 4(1) (g) and subject to section 4(2))

(Made by the Governor in Council on the 2nd day of L.N. 215159
September, 1959)

[2nd September, 1959.1

1. This Order may be cited as the Immigration Restriction (Com-
monwealth Citizens) Order. 1959.

2. It is hereby declared that Commonwealth citizens (not being
persons deemed to belong to Jamaica under subsection (2) of section
2 of the Act) who are members of any of the classes of persons
specified in the Schedule are deemed on economic grounds to be Schedule.
undesirable immigrants.

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THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

ORDER, 1959

SCHEDULE (Paragraph 2)

1. Welders

2. Fitters

3. Machinists and Turners

4. Pattern Makers and Moulders

5. Motor mechanics

6. Printing Trade:

(a) Compositors
(b) Linotype Operators
(c) Pressmen (Lithographic)
(d) Stereotypers
(e) Photo Engravers
(f) Bookbinders
(g) Cameramen (Photo-mechanic)
(h) Engravers (Printing)
(9 Makers-up
(j) Printers

Notice

Any person &ected by the above Order may apply for exemption from the
provisions of paragraphs (a)--(g) of subsection (1) of section 4 of the Act.

Such application should be made to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of
National Security and Justice.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

REGULATIONS
(under section 5(2) )

(Made by the Governor in Executive Council on the 25th day of L.N. 21/36
February. 1946)

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Commonwealth Citizens
(Cruise Passengers) Regulations, 1946.

2. In these Regulations "cruise passenger" means any Commonwealth
citizen arriving upon a vessel who intends to remain in the Island
only during the period of the stay of such vessel in the Island and
to depart from the Island upon such vessel.

3. The provisions of subsection (1) of section 5 of the Act shall
not apply to any cruise passenger.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

REGULATIONS
(under sections 9 and 35)

(Made by the Minister on the 31st day of January, 2007) L.N 2412007

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Immigration Restriction
(Commonwealth Citizens) (Passenger Information) Regulations, 2007.

2 4 1 ) The information referred to in section 9 (I), and the particulars
referred to in section 9 (2), of the Act shall-

(a) specify the information listed in Part I of the Schedule; and

(b) be submitted to the Chief Immigration Officer-

(i) electronically or in such other form and manner as
he may approve in writing; and

(ii) in respect of the vessels specified in paragraphs (2)
and (3), within the time specified in relation
thereto.

(2) The information required under paragraph ( 1 ) shall be submitted
in relation to-

(a) a commercial aircraft arriving in Jamaica, not later than fifteen
minutes before the aircraft departs from its last port of call
destined for Jamaica;

(b) a private aircraft arriving in Jamaica, not later than thirty minutes
before the aircraft departs from its last port of call destined for
Jamaica;

(c) any vessel, other than an aircraft, arriving from outside of the
domestic space, no later than twenty-four hours before the
vessel's arrival in Jamaica;

(d) any vessel, other than an aircraft, arriving from within the
domestic space, no later than sixty minutes before the vessel's
arrival in Jamaica; and

(e) any vessel departing from Jamaica and destined to a place outside
of the domestic space, no later than fifteen minutes before the
vessel's departure from Jamaica.

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INFORMA TION) REGULATIONS, 2007

(3) With effect from the 16th day of May, 2007, the information
required under paragraph (1) shall be submitted in relation to-

(a) a commercial aircraft departing from Jamaica and destined to
another place within the domestic space, not later than fifteen
minutes after aircraft's departure from Jamaica;

(6) a private aircraft departing from Jamaica and destined to another
place within the domestic space, not later than thirty minutes after
the aircraft's departure from Jamaica; and

(c) any vessel, other than an aircraft, departing from Jamaica and
destined to another place within the domestic space, not later than
sixty minutes before the vessel's arrival at its next port of call
within the domestic space.

(4) The master of a vessel referred to in paragraph (2) or (3) shall
submit, along with the information required under paragraph ( I ) , the
information set out in Part 11 of the Schedule.

(5) For the purposes of this regulation-

"commercial aircraft" means an aircraft used for the carriage of
passengers, mail or cargo, for,hire or reward;

"domestic space" means any area comprised within the territory
(including airspace or territorial waters) of-

(a) Antigua and Barbuda;
(6) Barbados;
(c) Dominica;
(6) Grenada;
(e) Guyana;
u> Jamaica;
(g) St. Kitts and Nevis;

(h) St. Lucia;

(13 St. Vincent and the Grenadines; or
@ Trinidad and Tobago;

"private aircraft" means any aircraft other than a commercial or state
aircraft;

"state aircraft" means aircraft used exclusively for military, customs or
police services.

3. The Chief Immigration Officer may waive all or any of the provisions
of regulation 2 either generally or for a particular case or Class of cases.

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INFORMATION) REGULATIONS, 2007

4.--(I) The Chief Immigration Officer-

(a) may, subject to sub-paragraph (b), use the information provided
under regulation 2, only for the purpose of discharging his duties
under the Act;

(b) shall disclose the information to the Minister for the purposes of
regulation 5;

(c) may disclose the information to the Commissioner of Customs for
the purpose of the discharge of the Commissioner's duties under
the Customs Act; and

(4 shall ensure that the information is destroyed within two years
after he receives it, unless the information is reasonably required
for the administration or enforcement of any law.

(2) The Commissioner of Customs-

(a) may use information disclosed to him pursuant to paragraph (1) (b)
only for the purpose of the discharge of the Commissioner's duties
under the Customs Act; and

(b) shall ensure that the information is destroyed within two years
after he receives it, unless the information is reasonably required
for the administration or enforcement of any law.

5. For the purpose of verifying any information submitted pursuant to
regulation 2, the Minister may share that information with any State,
association of States, or inter-governmental body, with which Jamaica has
an arrangement for the sharing of information relating to security.

SCHEDULE (Regulation 2)

PART L Information to be included in returns
under section 9 of the Act

A. Vessel Data

(1) Vessel identification (for aircraft, IATA airline code and flight number, and for
other vessels, vessel name and voyage number)

(2) Vessel registration number

(3) Country of registration

(4) Name of-

(a) agent for the vessel:

(b) owner of vessel:

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INFORMA TION) REGULATIONS, 2007

SCHEDULE, contd

(5) Scheduled departure date (date of scheduled departure of vessel, based on local
time of departure location)

(6) Scheduled departure time (time of scheduled departure of vessel, based on local
time of departure location)

(7) Scheduled arrival date (date of scheduled arrival of vessel, based on local time of
arrival location)

(8) Scheduled arrival time (time of scheduled arrival of vessel based on local time of
arrival location)

(9) Last place or port of call of vessel (last place or port of call from which the vessel
departed to go to the place or port of initial arrival in Jamaica)

(10) Place or port of vessel's initial arrival (first place or port of arrival in Jamaica)

(1 1) Subsequent place or port of call in Jamaica

(12) Number of passengers (total number of passengers, including crew, on board)

(13) Next place of destination after departure from Jamaica

(14) Name of-

(a) vessel:

(b) master of vessel:

B. Data regarding passengers and crew

(1) Traveller's status (passenger, crew, in-transit)

(2) Place of birth (city and country)

(3) Date of birth

(4) Official travel document number (passport or other official travel document
number)

(5) Issuing State or other organization (name of the State or organization responsible
for the issuance of the official travel document)

(6) Official travel document type (indicator to identify type of official travel document)

(7) Expiration date of official travel document

(8) Surname and given names (family name and given names of the holder as they
appear on the official travel document)

(9) Nationality (nationality of the holder)

(10) Gender (gender of the holder)

PART 11. Data relating to cargo

(1) Cargo for discharge within Jamaica

(2) Cargo not intended for discharge within Jamaica

(3) Mode of transport (manner in which the cargo is imported or exported)

(4) Total-

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INFORMATION) REGULATIONS, 2007

SCHEDULE, contd.

(a) Bills:

(b) Packages:

(c) Containers:

(4 Gross Mass:

Tonnage-

(a) Gross:

(b) Net:

Date of last discharge (date vessel last discharged cargo at any port)

Manifest line number (number indicating the order of bills of lading on a manifest)

Transport document type (type of document issued by vessel, including bills of
airway, bill of lading and waybill)

Transport document reference number

Purpose of shipment (whether for import, export, in-transit or transhipment)

Unique consignment reference

Place of loading

Place of discharge

Exporter

Exporter address

Consignee

Contact information (consignee or representative)

Total containers (total number of containers for each transport document)

Packages-

(a) Kind:

(b) Marks and numbers:

Quantity-

(a) packages:

(b) gross mass:

Volume (cubic measurement (cbm))

Description of goods

Freight indicator-

(a) payment status-whether prepaid or payment on collection:

(b) amount and currency:

Additional seals.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

REGULATIONS
(under section 35)

(Made by the Governor in Executive Council on the 18th day of L.N. 98/48
October, 1948 and approved by the Legislative Council and the

House of Representatives on the 16th day of November, 1948)

1.-41) These Regulations may be cited as the Commonwealth
Citizens Identification (Photography and Measurement) Regulations,
1948.

(2) These Regulations shall apply to every Commonwealth
citizen in custody whom an Immigration Officer has reasonable ground
for believing to be a prohibited immigrant.

2. Subject to the provisions of these Regulations every Common-
wealth citizen to whom these Regulations apply may be photographed
and measured by any Constable or Prison Officer.

3. The photographs to be taken may include a photograph of the
full face, a photograph of the true profile and a full length photograph.

4. The measurements to be taken may include-
(a) his height when standing;
(b) the size and relative positions of every scar and distinctive

mark upon any part of his body; and
(c) the external filament of the fingers and thumbs of each

hand which shall be taken by pressing them first upon an ink
plate or pad and then upon paper or cardboard so as to leave
a clear print thereon of the skin surface.

5. A photograph of a person taken pursuant to these Regulations
shall not be published except for the purpose of tracing such person
nor shall any such photograph be shown to any person other than
a Constable or servant of the Crown acting in the course of his duty
or a person authorized by the Constable or servant of the Crown
so acting to see it.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

REGULATIONS
(under section 35)

(Made by the Governor in Executive Council on the 15th day of L.N. 42/51
January. 1951 and approved by the Legislature) Anrd: L.N. 101/51

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Commonwealth Citizens
(Ports of Entry) Regulations, 1951.

2. The ports of entry and places at which the enquiry or examina-
tion, medical or otherwise, of Commonwealth citizens entering or
desiring to enter the Island, or who being found in the Island are
suspected of being prohibited immigrants, shall be the ports specified
in the Schedule : schedu~e.

Provided that the Chief Immigration Officer may in his absolute
discretion appoint any other port as a port of entry for or as the
place at which the enquiry or examination (medical or otherwise) of
any particular Commonwealth citizen who enters or desires to enter
the Island may be conducted if-

(a) such Commonwealth citizen arrives in Jamaica upon a ship
whose first port of call in Jamaica is some port other than
one of the ports specified in the Schedule; and

(b) the master of such ship notifies the Chief Immigration Officer
not less than forty-eight hours before such ship enters the
territorial waters of Jamaica of-

(i) the port which is intended to be the first port of call
in Jamaica of such ship; and

(ii) the day and time at which he anticipates that such
ship will arrive at such port; and

(iii) the name, the nationality, the occupation, the place of
permanent residence and the port of embarkation of
the Commonwealth citizen; and

(iv) the nature, identification number, if any, date and place
of issue and authority by whom was issued any pass-
port or other travel document or certificate of identity
in the possession of the Commonwealth citizen.

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10 THE COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS (PORTS OF ENTRY) REGULATIONS,
1951

SCHEDULE (Regulation 2)

The Port of Kingston

Port Royal

The Norman Manley International Airport

The Port of Montego Bay

The Sangster International Airport

Port Antonio.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE lMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

DIRECTIONS
(under section 36)

(Made by the Governor in Executive Council on the 15th day of L.N. 18/51
January, 1951)

1. These Directions may be cited as the Immigration Restriction
(Airline Flight Crew) Directions, 1% 1.

2. In these Directions "member of an airline flight crew" means
any person appointed by the owners or operators of an aircraft being
operated on a scheduled international air service to perform duties
on such aircraft during the fight thereof.

3. The provisions of subsection (1) of section 5 of the Act shall
not apply to any Commonwealth citizen being a member of an airline
flight crew who-

(a) has in his possession a certificate in the form annexed (to
which has been al3xed a photograph of himself) issued to
him by a competent authority of the State where the aircraft
of the crew of which he is a member has been registered;
and

(b) satisfies the immigration officer that he intends to remain at
the airport where such aircraft has stopped or within the
limits of any city adjacent thereto, and to depart by such
aircraft on its next outward flight or .by some other aircraft
on his next regularly scheduled flight.

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THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (AIRLINE FLIGHT CREW)
DIRECTIONS, 1951

CREW MEMBER CERTIFICATE*

CREW MEMBER CERTIFICATE

Number.. ...................
The.. ............................................................................. certifies that

(COMPETENT AUTHORITY OF ISSUING STATE)

is a national of .......................................................... is registered in
(STA'IE OF NATIONALITY)

Affix photograph of
holder of certificate

.............................................................. as a person following the
(ISSUING STA'IE)

occupation of an airline crew member, and is presently employed by

Surname.. ........................................
Other Names ...................................
Residing at ......................................

.......................................... Born on
(DA'IE)

........................................................................... Signature of holder

The holder may. at all times r e

enter.. .........................................
( I s s u m c STATE)

upon vroduction of this Certificate
(AFFIX STAMP OR SEAL OF

COMPETENT AUTHORITY)

Valid for use only in connection
with service as an airline crew
member on aircraft of the registry
of. ...............................................
..................................................

(ISSUING STA'IE)
Issued at .....................................

(Signature of issuing oficer)

*Size of entire document not more than 4 X 6 inches
(102 X 152 rnillimetres) outside.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

'THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

DIRECTIONS
(under section 36)

(Made by the Governor in Executive Council on the 11th day of L.N. 59153
May, 1953) Amd: L.N. 279158

1. These Directions may be cited as the Recruited Workers (Exemp-
tion) Directions. 1953.

2. Every Commonwealth citizen recruited in this Island, with the
approval of the Minister, for temporary agricultural employment in
the United States of America shall, upon his return to this Island
from the United States of America, be exempt from the provisions
of the Act, upon production by him of a document of identity in
the form in the First Schedule. ~ i r ~ t Schedule.

3. Every Commonwealth citizen recruited in this Island, with the
approval of the Minister, for work in any place outside this Island
other than the United States of America shall, upon his return to
this Island from such place, be exempt from the provisions of the
Act, upon production by him of a document of identity in the form
in the Second Schedule. second

Schedule.

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THE RECRUITED WORKERS (EXEMPTION) DIRECTIONS, 1953

F h s r SCHEDULE (Paragraph 2)

No. J .....................
GOVERNMENT O F JAMAICA

IDENTlTY CARD

I CERTIFY THAT the bearer , .....................................................................
..............................................................................................................
is a native of Jamaica and a Commonwealth citizen.

I FURTHER C E R m that the identifying data given below relate to the
individual named hereinabove, that he has been authorized to go to the
United States of America for temnorary agricultural employment, and that
he will be permitted to re-enter Jamaica upon his return from the U.S.A.

............................................................................................ Date of birth
Place of birth ..........................................................................................
Home Address .........................................................................................
Height.. .............................................................
Weight.. ..........................................................
Identifying marks ........................................................................................

...............................................................
Signature o f Immigration Oficer

Date.. ..........................................................
Valid for a period of 6 months after bearer's departure from United States.

...............................................................
Signature o f bearer

DUPLICATE No. J ....................
GOVERNMENT O F JAMAICA

IDENTlTY CARD

I

PHOTOGRAPH

..................................................................... I C E R ~ F Y THAT the bearer ,

RIGHT THUMB
PRINT

..............................................................................................................
is a native of Jamaica and a Commonwealth citizen.

I FURTHER CERTIFY that the identifying data given below relate to the
individual named hereinabove, that he has been authorized to go to the
IJnited States of America for temporary agricultural employment, and that
he will be permitted to re-enter Jamaica upon his return from the U.S.A.

Date of birth ............................................................................................
........................................................................................... Place of birth

Home Address ..........................................................................................
.................................................................................................... Height.
..................................................................................................... Weight.

....................................................................................... Identifying marks
...............................................................

Signature o f Immigration Oficer

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.......................................................... Date..
Valid for a period of 6 months after bearer's departure from United States.

...............................................................
Signature o f bearer

PHOTOGRAPH

SECQND SCHEDULE (Paragraph 3)

RIGHT THUMB
PRINT

No. .......................
GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA

RECRUlTED WORKERS
IDENTITY CARD

..................................................................... I C ~ R ~ F Y THAT the bearer
...............................................................................................................

.................................................. has been recruited in Jamaica for work in
.............................................................................................................
and that he will be permitted to re-enter Jamaica upon his return.

Date of birth ............................................................................................
............................................... Place of birth.. J . . .........................

................................................................................................... Height..
...............................................................

Signature of Immigration O&er

...............................................................
Signature o f Worker

PHOTOGRAPH

DUPLICATE No. .......................
GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA

RECRUITED WORKERS
IDENTITY CARD

RIGHT THUMB
PRINT

I CERTIFY THAT the bearer .....................................................................

................................................... has been recruited in Jamaica for work in
..............................................................................................................
and that he will be permitted to re-enter Jamaica upon his return.

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THE RECRUITED WORKERS (EXEMPTION) DIRECTIONS, 1953

SECOND SCHEDULB. contd.

DE~CRIPTION

............................................................................................ Date of birth
.......................... Place of birth.. .................................................... Jamaica.

Height. ....................................................................................................

...............................................................
S i g ~ t u r e of Immigration Oficer

PHOTOGRAPH RIGHT THUMB
PRINT

...............................................................
Signature of Worker

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IMMZGRATlON RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

DIRECTIONS
(under section 36)

(Made by the Minister on the 2nd day of July 1980) L.N. m~eo

1. These Directions may be cited as the Immigration Restriction
(Canadian Visitors) (Eixemption) Directions. 1980.

2. In these Directions "Canadian visitor" means a Canadian ci'then
who has amved in Jamaica by sea or by air to stay for any period
not exceeding six months.

3. The provisions of section 5(1) of the Act (which relate to pass-
port requirements) shall not apply to a Canadian visitor who-

(a) produces on arrival in Jamaica-
(i) a r e t m ticket, whether by air or sea, showing to the

satisfaction of the immigration officer that he has come
direotly from Canada and is entitled to be returned
directly to that country; or

(ii) a round trip ticket, whether by air or by sea showing
to the satisfaction of the immigration officer that he is
entitled to be returned to Canada,

at any time within six months of his arrival in Jamaica;
(6) produces on arrival in Jamaica any one or more of the follow-

ing documents, that is to say-
(i) a passport whioh (although no longer valid) has expired

for a period which does not exceed one year;
(ii) a certificate of Canadian citizenship furnished with a

photograph of the person claiming suoh citizenship; or

(iii) a birth certificate, if ahe holder of such certificate is
not over sixteen yeats of age, or, if he is over that
age, a birth certificate together with such other docu-

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THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (CANADIAN VISITORS)
(EXEMPTION) DIRECTIONS, 1980

ment as will establish his nationality and identity to
the satisfaction of the immigration officer:

(c) satisfies the immigration officer that he is a visitor and that
he does not intend to reside in Jamaica for more than six
months; and

(d) signs a card (in these Directions referred to as a special visitor
card) presented to him on his arrival by the immigration
officer and complies with the conditions endorsed thereon.

4. Every Canadian visitor to whom, by virtue of these Directions.
the provisions of section 5(1) of the Act do not apply-

(a) shall keep the special visitor card in a safe glace;
(b) shall, if called upon by an immigration officer or by a con-

stable so to do, produce the special visitor card; and

(c) shall, on his departure from the Island, return the special
visitor card to the immigration officer.

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IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALH CITIZENS)

THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION (COMMONWEALTH
CITIZENS) ACT

D I R E ~ O N S
(under section 36)

(Made by the Minister on the 19th day of October. 1990)

1. These Directions may be cited as the Immigration Restriction
(Commonwealth Citizens) (Chartered Aircraft Passengers) (Exemption)
Directions. 1990.

2. In these Directions-
"chartered aircraft" means an aircraft hired by a person or entity

for the purpose of transporting a specific group of people
from any place in Canada to Jamaica.

3. The provisions of sections 5 (1) and 8 of the Act shall not apply
to any person who-

(a) arrives in Jamaica by a chartered aircraft as a member of an
organized tow involving not less than fifty persons who in-
tend to remain in Jamaica for a period not exceeding thirty
days; and

(b) is a citizen or resident of Canada.
4. The exemption granted by paragraph 3 is subject to the following

conditions-
(a) a manifest of the names and nationalities of al l members of

the tour shall be prepared by the transporting airline; and
(b) a Jamaica immigration card shall be completed by each person

referred to in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph 3.

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