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The President of the Committee for Home Affairs says guaranteeing the rights of EU and British nationals in Guernsey is a top priority during Brexit negotiations.
Deputy Mary Lowe added maintaining the free movement of people via the Common Travel Area (CTA) is also an aim for the Crown Dependencies and the UK.
Deputy Jonathan Le Tocq has said Guernsey officials are confident "good lines of communication" with the UK will remain open as Brexit negotiations begin.
His comments follows Theresa May's triggering of Article 50 beginning the UK's exit from the EU.
He added greater opportunities, including new trade relationships, could emerge as a result.
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The Brexit negotiations will not affect Jersey's position as an "international finance centre of excellence", according to Jersey Finance.
Jersey's government is to set aside £900,000 for a strategic review of the island's finance industry.