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- Do I need a visa to go to Pitcairn? - Do I need a sponsor? - How long does it take to process an application for settlement? - Do I have to go to Pitcairn before I apply for settlement? - Can I get my children to settle down in Pitcairn? - If I move to Pitcairn, do I have a British Passport? - How do people travel to/from Pitcairn? - What kind of proof of the funds do I need to provide? - What currency is used for Pitcairn? - Do I have to settle permanently at Pitcairn, or can I come to work for 6 months? - What kind of work is there on Pitcairn?
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Do I need a visa to go to Pitcairn?
If you intend to stay for less than 14 days, you do not need a visitor visa. If you wish to stay longer, you will need to apply for a long-stay visa, which is valid for up to six months, or for a business visa. Applications can be downloaded from the Pitcairn Repopulation website.
Do I need a sponsor?
No. But if you have a sponsor on Pitcairn Island, please provide details about them in the Settlement Application form.
How long does it take to process an application for settlement?
Upon receipt of your application, if all documents are in order and you have paid the fee, you will normally be informed within six weeks whether your application has been refused, delayed for further documentation, or progressed to the next stage. If your application progresses to the next stage, you and your partner/spouse (if applying with you) will be invited to participate in an interview with the Deputy Governor. If you attend an interview, you will normally be informed in writing of the outcome of the interview within one month of the date of the interview.
Do I have to go to Pitcairn before I apply for settlement?
You can apply for settlement at Pitcairn at any time and a visit is not required. However, moving to Pitcairn is a big step and we encourage you to find out as much as possible about Pitcairn before applying for settlement; visiting is a good way to do that. You can visit without a visa for up to 14 days, while long-stay visas are valid for up to 6 months.
Can I get my children to settle down in Pitcairn?
Yes, you can do that. We encourage families with children to apply and there are no restrictions on families with children coming to live in Pitcairn. If you wish to settle in Pitcairn with children under 18 years of age, please contact the Deputy Governor, who will provide further information. The Child Welfare Charter is in operation to ensure the safety and well-being of children on the island.
If I move to Pitcairn, do I have a British Passport?
No. Permanent residence at Pitcairn does not lead to the eligibility of the British passport.
What kind of proof of the funds do I need to provide?
Usually six months' bank statements, savings accounts, credit card statements, or other evidence of assets in your name. You will be asked to do so by Pitcairn Island Office [email protected] once you have submitted your settlement application and paid your fee. Please do not send this to the Immigration Officer.
What currency is used for Pitcairn?
All government transactions are made using New Zealand Dollar-including stores, medical centers, utility bills, etc.
Private businesses, including Pitcairn Island Accommodation and local souvenirs, are priced in US dollars. At the Government Treasury, you can access cash on credit cards and exchange currency. There is a 5% fee for credit card transactions.
Do I have to settle permanently at Pitcairn, or can I come to work for 6 months?
You can apply for a long-stay visa. There's no compulsion to settle on the island.
What kind of work is there on Pitcairn?
Pitcairn Island offers opportunities for private enterprise, externally financed project work and public sector work. However, there is no guarantee that government jobs will be available and that residents will be encouraged to consider private enterprises. Government jobs include manual employment, skilled trades, administrative and management work and social welfare work. Settlers are welcome to participate in private enterprise and apply for government work and project work when jobs are advertised.