As the Records Management Unit is small and the RM programme is still in its fledgling stages, the following is a list of the career posts one could eventually expect to see operating in the Virgin Islands:
- Chief Archivist and Records Manager (Director of the National Archives)
- Government Archivist (Deputy Director)
- Government Records Manager (Deputy Director)
- Records Centre Supervisor
- Archivist’s Assistant
- Records Management Assistant
- Micrographics Technician
- IT Manager
In larger countries such as the United States the United Kingdom, Australia, Belize, Canada and elsewhere, there are numerous career posts and specializations that one can pursue in Archives and Records Management.
The following links can help you explore more of them:
No. There are restrictions to trade for a particular commodity or consignment. Contact the department for further information.
We do not have After School Programmes. All programmes for youth will be administrated through our BeYOUth Centre which will be launched in 2021.
Yes - The annual tonnage fee and maintenance fee charged as per Fees Schedule.
There are three different types of Trade License applications based on the following industry types (i) Construction (ii) Crewed Yacht / Charters (iii) General ( for all other business types)
The main programme aim is lend financial assistance needy , BVIslander or Belonger owned small businesses in industry priority areas such as Technology and Technological innovations, Tourism and Cultural Industries, Marine Industry, Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Financial and Professional Services.
Registered Land Rules of 1972 (CAP.229)
Intestate Estates Act (CAP.34)
Judgments Act (CAP.35)
Non-Belongers Land Holding Regulation Act (CAP.122)
Condominium Ordinance (CAP.219)
Conveyancing and Law of Property Ordinance (CAP.220)
Land Acquisition Ordinance (CAP.222)
Land Adjudication Ordinance (CAP.223)
Trustee Ordinance (CAP.303)
Commissioners for Oaths & Notaries Public Act (CAP.12)
Yes. The process is to make a request in writing to the Chief Immigration Officer stating the intention of having the bond refunded. Persons will have to be out of the territory to make such a request and the original receipt for the bond MUST accompany this request.
Yes, the child can enter using a birth certificate provided proof of Virgin Island parents’ information is submitted upon entry into the territory. Parents are encouraged to obtain a Belonger Card in respect of the child/children.
Yes, persons wishing to have this privilege are encouraged to write to the Chief Immigration Officer requesting such permission.
No. Soil is not transferred from one country to another.
No. An employer must have a valid and fair reason for dismissing a worker at all times, including during the probationary period. That reason must be connected with the worker’s ability to perform or his conduct on the job or redundancy where the job has been abolished.
No. An employer is only permitted to extend your probationary period where it is in your interest to do so. For example, he or she may extend your probationary period where your absence from work due to illness or injury makes your actual working time on the job insufficient for your employer to make a fair assessment of your suitability for the job.
Yes! Anyone from the establishment authorised by the proprietor.
The Partnership for Peace Programme is a court mandated programme, but allows for someone to volunteer on becoming a part of the programme. Please view the steps for the Partnership for Peace Programme on this website or you can contact the Office of Gender Affairs for more information.