Bermudian Applicants FAQ
Overseas Applicants FAQ
How To Apply
Documents Required For Bermuda Immigration
FAST TRACK DOCUMENTS (TEMPORARY 3 MONTH VISA)
- Full Resume in English (if not already sent) showing nationality and date of birth, places of employment with full dates.
- Marital Status Letter: this is a letter signed by you stating if you are single or married and if you have children. If you are married you must state that your spouse and/or children will not accompany you to Bermuda to live. (use enclosed as a sample but retype/rewrite it)
- Copy of a current passport (showing picture clearly)
- Last page of contract – signed
FULL WORK PERMIT DOCUMENTS (IN ADDITION TO THE DOCUMENTS ABOVE)
- ORIGINAL copy of Police Certificate (with certified translations if required)
- ORIGINAL copy of a Medical Certificate of Good Health (with certified translations if required)
- Copies of References from current and previous employers covering the past 3 to 5 years work (with certified translations if required) These references MUST tie in with any CV sent in respect to place of work, dates and experience.
- Five passport photos with name printed on back
- Completed Immigration Questionnaire Form (this can be done with employee on arrival)
- Full Size Chest X-ray (name, date of birth and date of X-ray MUST be imprinted on the X-ray)
- X Rays that are 8.5 x 11” are NOT acceptable.
- 2 Character References (not from family member – must have known you for minimum 3 years) (with certified translations if required). These cannot be from a previous employer, unless it is a personal reference on plain paper and must state somewhere in the letter that the person is “of good moral character”.
- Certified Proof of Citizenship (copy of passport page containing photo, name, nationality and date of birth – (certified, in English, by an authority as a true copy of original passport)
- CERTIFIED copies of certificates or diplomas – relevant to work only (if applicable)
ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE IN ENGLISH OR TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. TRANSLATIONS MUST THEN BE CERTIFIED BY AN AUTHORITY AND THE CERTIFICATION MUST BE IN ENGLISH.
NOTE: ‘Certified by an Authority’ means that document copies must be stamped and signed by either a LAWYER, NOTARY, CONSUL OR MAGISTRATE. Translations must be performed by an accredited Language School or Translation Service.