Members of the public often make requests for special services.

The Department of Information and Public Relations also provides many of its services to the public through assisting other Government bodies under three main areas;

  • Publication and Print Production
  • Broadcast Production
  • Public Relations, Advertising and Promotion

Please contact the Department if you have a special request.

Yes, you have a right to know why your application has been denied

As a policy, the Department of Information and Public Relations does not sign documents stating that particular images are not copyrighted, because Government records are public domain. For other materials, it is the user’s responsibility to determine copyright.

 

Although a business plan is not required to be submitted for all types of businesses, presenting one with your application will serve to help the officer reviewing your application to get a better understanding of your proposed business. 

NO, the term "Guarantee" in the Loan Guarantee Porgramme does not mean that an applicant has an automatic yes or is guaranteed to get a loan.  The bank has the final say on what   
application will or will not be awarded, with the Government providing the guarantee in the case of default, the bank takes into consideration  loans they otherwise wouldn't.

The Department of Information and Public Relations holds materials in a wide variety of formats including:

  • Text
  • Audio recordings
  • Video recordings
  • Electronic recordings
  • Photographs and
  • Graphic works

The Department of Information and Public Relations does not add to its holding through purchase. We may accept offers to submit images, materials and/or documents when said items are closely related to Government materials already in our possession.

Answer: 

Ships registered in the BVI, or those wishing to be registered to which the statutory certification applies, may be surveyed by the VISR surveyors or surveyors appointed by any of the seven authorised Classification Societies. Additionally, VISR may use surveyors from the MCA or other Red Ensign Group Registries, if deemed necessary.

Answer: 

Ships registered in the BVI, or those wishing to be registered to which the statutory certification applies, may be surveyed by the VISR surveyors or surveyors appointed by any of the seven authorised Classification Societies. Additionally, VISR may use surveyors from the MCA or other Red Ensign Group Registries, if deemed necessary.

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