“We have so far registered 100 and from all the ten Counties in the State. Yet the number of foreigners living in the State is quite big so it is a humble request to all that they come and get themselves a legal document,” Martin added.
“We don’t want anyone to be arrested or summoned before the court so whoever knows he/she has not visited our office should do it as soon as possible to avoid inconvenience,” Martin stressed.
Meanwhile, the Advisor to the Ugandan community living in Western Equatoria, Madam Chandiru Margaret expressed their disappointment on how the immigration department handles the way they are to pay for their temporarily stay permit in the State
Margate said they are not willing to pay off the fee which she didn’t mention till they are negotiated.
“We will not able to pay as per now until when this charges are discussed,” Chandiru said.
Abakar Abdel, the Deputy Chairperson for the Darfur community in the State, said that most of his community members are refugees in the country saying the charges are high and may not be able to pay.
He however, said that if given time they will be able to afford.