Questions & Answers about Jersey Visa

❓ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Jersey visa

To apply for a visa to Jersey, follow these steps:
  • 1. Visit the official website of the Jersey Immigration Department.
  • 2. Download the visa application form.
  • 3. Complete the application form accurately and legibly.
  • 4. Gather all the required supporting documents, which may include:
    • - Passport or travel document
    • - Proof of accommodation in Jersey
    • - Proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay
    • - Travel itinerary or round-trip ticket
    • - Proof of travel insurance
  • 5. Make an appointment with the nearest Jersey embassy or consulate.
  • 6. Submit your visa application and all the supporting documents in person during your appointment.
  • 7. Pay the applicable visa fee and any additional processing fees.
  • 8. Attend any required interviews or biometric appointments.
  • 9. Wait for the visa processing period to be completed.
  • 10. Collect your passport with the visa from the embassy or consulate, or follow the instructions provided by the immigration department regarding visa collection.

  • A valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining
  • A completed visa application form
  • Two recent passport-size photographs
  • Evidence of accommodation in Jersey
  • Travel itinerary
  • Proof of sufficient funds for the duration of the stay
  • Travel insurance
  • A round-trip flight reservation
  • Proof of ties to the home country (e.g., employment, property ownership)
  • A letter of invitation, if applicable

The processing time for a Jersey visa may vary depending on several factors. Typically, you can expect the following processing times:
  • Standard visa processing: 10 working days
  • Express visa processing: 3 working days
  • Super-priority visa processing: 1 working day

The cost of a Jersey visa depends on the type of visa and the duration of stay. Here is a list of visa types and their approximate costs:
  • Visitor visa: £105
  • Short-term work visa: £244
  • Entrepreneur visa: £752
  • Investor visa: £752
  • Student visa: £53
  • Transit visa: £70

To enter Jersey, you may need a visa depending on your nationality. Please consult the official website of the Jersey Immigration Department or the embassy/consulate for the most up-to-date information.

  • Valid passport
  • Completed visa application form
  • Passport-sized photographs
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Proof of sufficient funds
  • Travel itinerary
  • Flight tickets
  • Travel insurance
  • Proof of employment or educational enrollment
  • Bank statements
  • Letter of invitation (if applicable)

Yes, you can extend your visa in Jersey. Here is a list of items related to visa extension in Jersey:
  • Check the expiry date of your current visa
  • Gather all necessary documentation
  • Fill out the visa extension application form
  • Pay the required fees
  • Submit your application at the appropriate immigration office
  • Attend any interviews or biometric appointments if required
  • Wait for a decision on your visa extension application
  • Once approved, collect your new visa

  • Work permit granted by the Jersey Customs and Immigration Service
  • Student visa for studying at a recognized institution in Jersey
  • Investor visa for individuals investing a substantial amount of capital in Jersey
  • Sponsored visa supported by a local employer
  • Entrepreneur visa for individuals starting a business in Jersey
  • Retired person of independent means visa for individuals who can financially support themselves without working in Jersey
  • Family visa for joining a family member who is already a resident of Jersey
  • Temporary visa for individuals wishing to stay in Jersey for a specific period of time, such as for a short-term employment or tourism

  • Jersey does not offer visa-on-arrival facility.

  • Visitor visa
  • Business visa
  • Employment visa
  • Study visa
  • Settlement visa