KINGSTON, Jamaica - Bikers and top ‘drifters’ will face-off for prizes and bragging rights at the fourth instalment of the Tyre Warehouse Speed at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in St James on Sunday.
The event is set to start at 3:30 pm.
Event promoter Junior Barnes, said the bikers left last April’s en ...more »
THE US Embassy in Kingston has reiterated that it will not be closing.
The embassy’s announcement Tuesday that it would be closing its US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office in Kingston on March 1 had sparked concerns among some Jamaicans that this meant the entire mission was closing.
However, only the USCIS office, which oversees lawful immigration to the US, will close, the embassy said in a statement.
Routine consular operations, including visa processing for tourists, students, officials, and immigrant applications continue.
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