Over 40 persons from 10 countries get Guyanese citizenship in first ever naturalisation ceremony


See the full statement from the Ministry of Home Affairs below:


Forty-two people from 10 countries received their certificates of Guyanese citizenship as part of the first naturalisation and registration ceremony held earlier today (Wednesday, September 20, 2023) at the Ministry of Home Affairs Conference Room, Brickdam.

“We all should embrace diversity; we can all learn from each other,” Permanent Secretary Mr. Andre Ally told the audience in brief remarks.

The ceremony also included remarks from the Head of Immigration Support Services, Ms. Michelle Davis, who expressed her elation to be part of this inaugural ceremony.

The inaugural ceremony began with the recital of the National Pledge and the National Anthem. Following the official ceremony, the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Andre Ally, presented certificates to the new citizens.


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  1. habeeb says

    So ? all those years living in Guyana, how are these people able to gain citizenship without any ceremony ?
    By word of mouth ? And the proof ? No wonder the PNC under dictator burnham was able to WIN all those
    elections ?

  2. Derek De Souza says

    Great 👌 news

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