National Trust of Guyana

Immigration Agent General Office

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The Immigration Agent General building commonly referred to as the Indian Immigration depot was the office of the Immigration Agent General. It was the responsibility of this office to document all Indian indentured servants upon their arrival to British Guiana from1838 to 1917. Today, the National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD) occupies the site. The building has been renovated many times throughout the years.