|| (CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen,
Greater Georgetown, Guyana) Come Monday, 29 January,
2007, Grenada will become the eighth Member State to
have introduced the CARICOM Passport.
The introduction by Grenada means that more than
half of the 15-member Caribbean Community will have
introduced the CARICOM Passport to nationals.
On Thursday, 24 January 2007, the Republic of
Trinidad and Tobago became the seventh Member State
and the second country since 2007 to have introduced
its CARICOM Passport.
Saint Lucia, which is the first for 2007,
introduced its CARICOM Passport on 16 January 2007,
becoming the sixth Member State to have introduced
In 2005, Suriname was the first, followed by St
Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis and
Dominica to have issued the CARICOM Passport, while
Antigua and Barbuda issued the new Passport in 2006.
All other Member States are expected to introduce
the CARICOM Passport by 31 December 2007.
Those States, which have not yet done so, are
attempting to deplete their existing stock, before
issuing the new CARICOM Passport.