Jersey, also called the Bailiwick of Jersey, is one of the Channel Islands that are remnant of the Dukedom of Normandy. It is a beautiful place that despite its size, offers plenty of attractions. There are several castles that you can take a tour of, but you can visit the Jersey War Tunnels, as well as the zoo on the island. However, what attracts many tourists are the lavender fields. Not only the scenery is spectacular when they are bloomed, but the smell is terrific. You can also learn everything that there is to know about it. To have some fun with your family and friends, you can play games like Escape the Tunnels for 15 GBP you can find clues, solve puzzles to escape the war tunnels.
Before you take a trip to Jersey, you need to make sure that you have the proper documentation. While the island is a British dependency, it is self-governed. Even so, UK immigration rules still apply. As you can imagine, all European travelers can go to Jersey without obtaining a visa. However, if you are not from a European country, you may have to apply for a visa at the nearest British embassy. It depends on your nationality.
To find out whether or not you need a visa to travel to Jersey, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. It is the easiest way to find that information. It spares you from going through visa policies. You can access the tool by clicking the Visa Checker button in the top right corner of this page. Select your country of origin from the drag-down menu on the left and put Jersey as your destination on the right. If you are not required to get a Jersey visa, you are good to go, but if you do, the Visa Checker gives you a list of embassies that are near you.
iVisa cannot process visa application for Jersey at the moment, but if that changes in the future, we are here to help. Even so, we still want to assist you with whatever we can, which is why our support service is at your disposal 24/7. The service does not charge you anything.
If you find out that you need a visa for Jersey, you need to inquire about the requirements before going to the embassy. You can do your homework online, but we recommend that you contact the embassy itself and ask your questions there. The information online is not always the most reliable, and you do not want to waste time going back and forth to the embassy. Nevertheless, what we can tell you is that you need to have a valid passport that does not expire for another 6 months from the date of arrival in Jersey. For further information, contact the consulate.
Unfortunately, we cannot help you even further to get your visa for Jersey. We hope that at least the information above helps you, and that you have a hassle-free visa application process at the embassy.