The public is advised that The Ministry of Regulatory Affairs has issued the Leased Channel Policy consultation document. This is an initiative to support diverse, Bermudian content programming on television. The deadline for this consultation is Friday 22nd June, 2018 at 4.pm. To view a copy of the interim Lease Channel Policy
The Department of Immigration has the responsibility of administering and enforcing the tenets of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956 and its related policies. It serves residents of Bermuda with respect to employment, travel documents, and land licence permissions and it also serves tourists with visitor stays.
What do they do?
The Department of Immigration determines who can enter Bermuda, how long they can stay, and who is or isn’t a Bermudian.
The Department of Immigration processes:
- requests for Bermudian status
- applications for permanent residency
- travel documents
- work permits
- applications for naturalisation as a British Overseas Territories Citizen
- licenses to purchase land
- requests for permission to reside, seek employment, attend school
- letters for spouses of Bermudians
- landing permits
- airline ticket validations