Alerts

  • The Ministry of Tourism, Transport and Municipalities has implemented the 10 knot speed limit to reduce excessive speed in the confines of the Hamilton Harbour which will go into effect Friday, 19 May, 2017.

Alerts

  • The Department of Parks advises that camping registration will open on 8 May for the 15 May - 30 September camping season. Permits can be collected at the Department of Parks, Ground Floor, Global House, 43 Church Street. Camping rate: $14 per night.

Home Affairs

The Ministry of Home Affairs makes sure Bermuda’s government is efficient and streamlined to facilitate growth and business development. It is responsible for all government boards, committees, councils, and tribunals in areas of labour, copyright, and immigration.

Meet Bermuda’s Minister of Home Affairs, The Hon. Patricia J. Gordon–Pamplin, JP, MP.

What do they do?

The ministry has the following departments:

Through the Department of Immigration, the ministry also oversees the Immigration Appeal Tribunal.

In addition to these departments, the ministry is responsible for:

Boards and committees in Bermuda

As of 2014, the ministry oversees the following boards, committees, councils, and tribunals:

Statutory Government Boards

  1. Board of Immigration
  2. Immigration Appeal Tribunal
  3. Charity Commissioners
  4. Consumer Affairs Board
  5. Copyright Tribunal
  6. Employment Tribunal
  7. Essential Industries Disputes Settlement Board
  8. National Training Board
  9. Permanent Arbitration Tribunal

Non-Statutory Government Boards

  1. Rent Increases Advisory Panel
  2. Labour Advisory Council

 

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