The shock decision for Britain to leave the EU has created fears that immigrants may lose their right to live and work in the Island and will have to return home.
But in a statement yesterday, Chief Minister Ian Gorst said that Jersey ‘values and recognises’ the contribution EU migrants make to the Island and they should not be concerned.
He said: ‘Jersey has always been a welcoming island, and throughout the centuries has received people from the United Kingdom and, historically, France.
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