Falkland Islands Want to Double Yearly Quota of Permanent Residence Permits to 90

The plan also speaks of ensuring that “we train and retain existing workers, and attract new workers in areas of skills shortages.”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Falkland Islands Executive Council has agreed on July 29th to double the yearly quota of permanent residence permits (PRP) to 90. According to a paper published last week, the figure has been set to target a 3 percent yearly population growth.

A key pledge in the ‘Population and Workforce’ section of the Islands Plan 2018-2022
refers . . .

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