Can you travel to Jersey with a driving license?
Documentation requirements do vary from one airline to another, but the most commonly accepted forms are a valid passport, photo driving licence or citizen card.
What ID do you need for Jersey?
Passport Requirements for Jersey and Guernsey
Guernsey and Jersey are part of the CTA or Common Travel Area, which is included in the UK. In both destinations there is no requirement to carry a passport as there are no immigration controls in place, however a form of photographic identification is required.
Do UK residents need a visa for Jersey?
If you want to come to Jersey to study, work, live or visit you may need a visa. The Jersey visa requirements are aligned to the UK visa requirements.
Can you travel to the Channel Islands without a passport?
If you are arriving into the Channel Islands direct from the UK or Republic of Ireland, you do not need a passport but all visitors do require some form of photographic identification. If in doubt over acceptable forms of ID, please contact your carrier direct.
Can UK citizens move to Jersey?
You don’t need a permit to work in Jersey if you’re: a British or Irish citizen or a British subject with the right of abode. an EU / EEA passport holder who holds settled or pre-settled status. a family member of an EU / EEA passport holder who holds settled or pre-settled status.
Is UK to Jersey a domestic flight?
It is a domestic flight. I fly there a lot as I have family over there. Jersey is not technically part of the UK. It’s part of the British Isles and is a Crown Dependency.
How do you get to Jersey from UK?
Ferry routes to Jersey
We offer two ferry routes to St Helier in Jersey from the UK. You can get to Jersey from Poole in 4 hours onboard Condor Voyager. However, you can travel to Jersey onboard our conventional ferry, Commodore Clipper, from Portsmouth port in 10 hours and 20 minutes.
Does Jersey have its own passport?
Passports issued in Jersey are British passports. There is no such thing as a “Jersey” passport. The Jersey variant British passport is issued by the Jersey Passport Office on behalf of the Crown and is printed and delivered from the UK.
Do we need a passport for Jersey?
Do you need a passport to fly to Jersey? In simple terms, no you won’t need a passport when flying to Jersey by air. But you will be required to carry a identify card for immigration purposes and airline check in requirements – which means that most people end up taking their passport anyway!
Do you need a Covid test to fly to Jersey?
do not need to undergo testing or isolate on arrival.
Can I move to Jersey Channel Islands from UK?
Brits can relocate to Jersey as a high net worth individual, as a company employee or to start up a business (see below for details). According to Hartmann, securing a business licence was straightforward, and the process of relocating was relatively stress-free.
Is Jersey part of UK?
Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man are part of the British Isles. England, Scotland and Wales make up Great Britain, while the United Kingdom includes Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Jersey is a British Crown Dependency.
Do UK citizens need a passport for Guernsey?
Although British citizens do not require passports to travel to Guernsey and the Channel Islands, due to increased security, the majority of airlines now require that you produce valid photo identification at check in and they may refuse boarding if you do not do so.
Is Jersey covered by the NHS?
Jersey isn’t part of the NHS. We have different rules to the UK, other Channel Islands and other countries. When you and your family first move to Jersey, you and your family will have to pay for most healthcare. Once you and your family have lived here for six months, you can apply for a health card.
How do I get a Jersey passport?
How to apply
- apply for a passport online.
- receive your copy of your application and your payment receipt by email.
- print your application and receipt and sign the appropriate box in the application.
- provide two identical photographs and any required supporting documents.