Lara Quentrall-Thomas

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Lara Quentrall-Thomas

A NUMBER of Venezuelans who completed Government’s migrant registration process in June are yet to receive their registration cards to allow them to work in Trinidad and Tobago legally for one year, the head of one business association has said.

Lara Quentrall-Thomas, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI), said businesses have been seeking answers from various ministries on this and other issues related to Venezuelan migrant labour, but to no avail.

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