Long Term Entry Permit

All visitors seeking a Long-term Entry Permit must meet the following requirements:

  1. Produces a valid passport which remains valid for at least six months from the expiry date of their entry permit
  2. Proof of adequate means to provide for themselves and any dependents, Whilst standards of health care on St Helena are high, there are certain treatments that are not available on-Island which would in an emergency require a person to be medevac’d.   Visitors must possess medical insurance to the value of £175,000.00
  3. Proof of adequate means to provide for repatriation of themselves and any dependents upon expiration of the Long-term Entry Permit
  4. A vetting certificate from the visitor’s primary residence outside of St Helena and if relevant a vetting certificate from St Helena
  5. If a visa national, possession of a valid visa granting permission to travel is required
  6. Is able to produce any other supporting evidence as requested by the Immigration Officer

The Long-term Entry Permit is issuable for a period not exceeding five years. 

For further information please contact evisaenquiries@sainthelena.gov.sh