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You will be interviewed by a panel of people. Panel interviews are efficient, and support a fair and transparent recruitment process. Conducting one interview allows the candidate to be assessed for the position by more than one person at a time and requires the candidate to answer one set of questions. Panel interviews also allow for all candidates to be given the same time and respect by the same interviewers. The interviewers usually include the manager who has a job opening in his or her department, a human resources representative and one other person.
Archivists are people professionally occupied in the administration and/or management of archives

You have to apply for a permit (Animal Import Permit) to import the animal based on the (Conditions for Importation of dogs and cats rabies-non-endemic ).  Service animals must meet the requirements just as normal pets.

In addition to the registration form please submit:

  • A copy of the constitutional documents
  • A statement of the purpose, objectives and activities of the organisation

To make an entry, note or record in the register under the Registered Land Ordinance (RLO).

Micro, Small & Medium size Enterprises

“Micro Enterprise” means any business where there shall be no more than 5 employees and the gross annual receipts should not exceed $25,000;
“Small Enterprise” means any business where there shall be no more than 10 employees and the gross annual receipts should not exceed $125,000;
“Medium Enterprise” means an already established enterprise where there shall be no more than 20 employees and the gross annual receipts should not exceed $200,000

The BVI Fishing Complex proudly supports our local fisherman and offer local catch from our majestic waters. Reef fish are a common offering, however fresh wild caught tuna and swordfish, whelks, conchs and prized grouper and snapper are often available. While live lobsters are not typically kept on compound, a little planning (by placing an order) can have some of the finest lobsters in the world caught for your next meal!

The BVI Medical and Dental Council is responsible for:

  • assessing medical training programs (both medical school courses and the programs for training medical specialists)
  • assessing International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who wish to practice Medicine and Dentistry in the Virgin Islands
  • registering medical practitioners
  • maintaining professional standards in the medical profession
  • advising the BVI Government on the recognition of medical specialties

The Department of Information and Public Relations, the Government Information Service (GIS), is committed to providing the public full and timely information on the functions and activities of the Virgin Islands Government, its departments and divisions, statutory boards and committees.

The Department of Information and Public Relations in an effort to keep the public well informed, publishes a number of periodicals and general information pamphlets, which are available at the office or accessed online.


The Labour Arbitration Tribunal makes decisions about labour disputes and it regulates its own procedures as to how it will do so. This includes complaints about things like unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, redundancy and discrimination in the workplace as well as reviewing certain decisions of the Labour Commissioner.

Town and Country Planning Department, Chief Minister's Office, provides the following services to the General Public:

  • Processing of Development applications;
  • Monitoring and controlling development activities;
  • Preparing development plans
  • Producing maps and presenting graphic information

You need to include educational or other certificates, job references, and that the application must be dropped off at the Department of Human Resources NOT the Ministry or its Departments.

Fees are US$125.00 which is payable upon submission of the application.


The Red Ensign bearing the Virgin Islands coat of arms or, un-defaced (without the coat of arms).

Applicants may remit payment in any of the following forms:

  • Cash
  • Cheques
  • Debit or Credit Cards
  • International Postal Money Orders
  • Bankers Cheques


An NPO cannot operate in the Virgin Islands (British) unless it is registered under the NPO Act, 2012. An NPO that fails to register commits an offence and is liable for a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, or both.

If the employer has discontinued the practice of a gratuity in order to evade the provision in the 2010 Code on gratuity, then that employer’s employees should lodge a complaint with the Labour Commissioner.



If your belongers card is lost or stolen you need to report it immediately to the Civil Registry & Passport Office and to the local Police Authorities. Only after exhaustive enquiries can a replacement be issued in such circumstances and a fee of US$125.00 is remitted. The belongers card of deceased persons should be submitted for cancellation to the Civil Registry & Passport Office.

If the establishment fails inspection, the proprietor is given a report of the findings and remedial actions that need to be taken within a given time frame.  When the remedial requirements are complied with, a licence is issued.  However, where there is no compliance, steps are taken for legal action against the proprietor. 

For a project developmet, you would need to submit three copies of the completed form along with three sets of drawnings containing:

  • A local Plan
  • A Site Plan
  • All floor Plans
  • Two Elevations
  • One Section
  • Details and specifications of septic or sewage system.

Proof of ownership or consent of property owners must also be provided.

  • Registration section
  • Block and Parcel number
  • History of proprietorship
  • Type of proprietorship 
  • Acreage of land
  • Whether the land is crown land
  • Whether the land was mutated
  • Whether the land is provisional
  • Easements, Right of Ways, Covenants
  • Cautions, Restrictions, Leases
  • Charges, Discharges, Restrictive Agreements
A deductible is the amount of money that the member needs to pay before being compensated by Bupa. Treatment in the British Virgin Islands, u.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico is not subject to deductible. Treatment received elsewhere and within the Bupa Secure Network is subject to an annual deductible of Us$1,000 per member, per policy year not to exceed a maximum of two deductibles (Us$2,000) per policy year.

The Hotel Aid (Amendment) Act, 2005 defines hotel as: “any building or group of buildings (including all structures appurtenant thereto or within the cartilage thereof) used or intended to be used for the accommodation of guests for gain or reward and containing, or intended to contain when complete, not less than three bedrooms for the accommodation of such guests.”

A non-profit organisation or organisation is a body of persons whether incorporated or unincorporated, established solely or primarily for the promotion of charitable, religious, cultural, educational, social or fraternal purposes, or other activities or programmes for the benefit of the public, or a section of the public and which raise or disburses funds in pursuance of its objectives primarily within the Territory.