Update: 11.59am DIRECTOR of Immigration, Viliame Naupoto, says people are wrongly concluding that nurses who had gone on strike and now planning to leave the country for better jobs overseas are on the travel ban.
''Who said they are on the travel ban? That is the wrong conclusions that many people are coming up with,'' Mr Naupoto said.
He denied that Fiji Nursing Association general secretary, Kuini Lutua, will be banned from leaving the country.
The general feeling is that many nurses are likely to be placed on the ban list because of their stand against the interim government during their industrial dispute.
There have been several cases of people being stopped at the airport for acts or speeches that were seen as anti-military or against the interim regime.
Members of the public will have to pay $12 as search fee if they wished to find out whether they are on the list.