Tuesday, 01 November 2016 12:18

ESC Calling On Chief Immigration Officer To Intervene & Prevent Haitian Student From Being Sent Home

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The Emancipation Support Committee is calling on the Chief Immigration Officer to intervene and prevent a Haitian student from being sent back to his country before completing his degree. 

In a statement the committee noted, at this very moment, a clique of immigration officers are forcing Luxon Saint-Herve, who came here in August to pursue a degree at Cipriani College of Labour and Cooperative Studies to cease his studies and return to his homeland, without presenting one single justifiable reason.

It said the young Haitian who is targeted achieved academic success by overcoming many obstacles including the 2010 earthquake in his country and has met all the academic requirements to get into the College.

On October 25th Mr. Saint-Herve was told that his application had been refused despite providing all required documents.

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