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The National Security Council functions as an advisor to the Governor on matters relating to internal security, with the exception of operational and staffing matters, and the Governor is obliged to act in accordance with the advice of the Council, unless he or she considers that giving effect to the advice would adversely affect Her Majesty’s interest (whether in respect of the United Kingdom or the Cayman Islands); and where the Governor has acted otherwise than in accordance with the advice of the Council, he or she shall report to the Council at its next meeting.

Aviation and airport security, immigration, customs and port procedures all meet standards required by international regulatory agencies and by the United States.