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The Immigration Division of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is a Division of the Ministry of National Security and the principal government agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of immigration, passport and citizenship laws.
The Intellectual Property Office was created on the 1st December, 1997 (Section 3 of the Patents Act, 1996) and is situated at 3rd Floor, Capital Plaza, 11-13 Frederick Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad. A department within the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs, the department is the local government agency responsible for handling the registration of intellectual property rights.
The Registrar General's Department (RGD) oversees civil, land & commercial registration in Trinidad & Tobago. We ensure that the island's most vital occurrences are recorded and provide essential services to the entire population as required by the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.
The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) is an arrangement among Member States of CARICOM for the creation of a single enlarged economic space through the removal of restrictions resulting in the free movement of goods, services, persons, capital and technology. The Free Movement Regime includes the ability of nationals of participating Member States to seek employment throughout the region with a CSME Skills Certificate. It also confers the right to establish a business in any participating CARICOM Member State under the Right of Establishment and the Right to Provide a Service. The implementation of the CSME is a top priority for Trinidad and Tobago and to date, the Single Market component has been implemented in some twelve (12) CARICOM Member States.
The Trinidad & Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) is a body corporate established on July 8th, 1974 and governed by the authority of the Standards Act No. 18 of 1997. The TTBS operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Trade and Industry. It has a statutory responsibility for the quality of goods and services which are subject to trade in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, with the exception of food, drugs, cosmetics, and agricultural products. The Implementation Division of the TTBS is responsible for the enforcement of National Compulsory Standards. Items covered by Voluntary Standards which pose a threat to the health and safety of consumers and the environment, whether a standard exists or not, also fall under the purview of the Division.
ttconnect is a unit under the National Information and Communication Technology Company (iGovTT) and provides a modern approach to Government service delivery. The multifaceted nature of ttconnect underscores the merits of the decentralization of Government services and the utilization of information and communication technologies (ICTs) as a medium for enhanced service delivery and people empowerment.