Grenada - Migration



Grenadians have always emigrated, mainly to the UK and Canada. Emigration increased after the 1979 coup. As of 1999, Grenada hosted no refugees or asylum-seekers. However, the country's lack of a national refugee law is a cause for concern as

LOCATION: 12°7′ N and 61°40′ W. COASTLINE: 121 kilometers (75 miles). TERRITORIAL SEA LIMIT: 12 miles.
LOCATION: 12°7′ N and 61°40′ W. COASTLINE : 121 kilometers (75 miles). TERRITORIAL SEA LIMIT: 12 miles.

Grenada is likely to see an increase in the number of asylum-seekers due to escalating extra-regional migration and migrant trafficking through the Caribbean. In 1999, the net migration rate was -13.74 migrants per 1,000 population. The total number of migrants in Grenada in 2000 was 8,000. The government views the immigration level as satisfactory, but the emigration level as too high.

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Mike Oyeleke
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Dec 9, 2009 @ 1:13 pm
I am a Nigerian living in Turkey and would like to emigrate to Grenada. This is the reason for visiting this page. How can you be of help?

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