St Helena Island, part of the British Overseas Territory also encompassing Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha, is a remote volcanic outpost in the South Atlantic Ocean, located 15.9650° S, 5.7089° W with a population of just over 4600 people. St Helena is a remote Island in the South Atlantic Ocean which welcomes both long and short-term visitors.
The Immigration service is part of the St Helena Police Directorate, the office is situated at Coleman House, Market Street, Jamestown, and is open from 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday. On-call arrangements are in place for emergency issues on weekends and evenings. St Helena Immigration welcomes St Helenians as well as both long and short-term visitors.
What we do
- Border Control at both the Sea port and Air port
- Passport issuing
- Nationality matters
- Provide assistance/support to the Immigration Control Board in respect of Entry Permits, Work Permits etc.
- Case Work – one officer will manage each case ensuring that users of the service have a single point of contact.
- General day to day running of the office.
Keeping St Helena safe by reducing crime and working to better the lives of children, young people and those most vulnerable within our community.
Improving community trust and confidence in the services provided by the Directorate.
The Immigration Team
The Immigration team consists of:
- Senior Immigration Officer
- Three Immigration Officers
- One Immigration Control Board Secretary
- Telephone: (00) 290 22626
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information regarding the services Immigration offers please go to the Immigration page of the Public Services section.