Issued by the Jersey Customs and Immigration Service
The anticipated departure of the UK from the European Union (Brexit) in January 2020, and the UK’s recently published policy intent have provided a basis for how the UK’s Future Border & Immigration System (FBIS) may look. The UK Government are now in the process of engaging with businesses to shape their final FBIS policy.
Due to our membership of the Common Travel Area (CTA) - which permits Passport-free travel between the Crown Dependencies, the UK and Republic or Ireland - Jersey’s Future Immigration System will need to be aligned to the UK’s.
Jersey Customs & Immigration Service (JCIS) are engaging with Island businesses and introducing the UK’s policy intent to ensure that local immigration policies are adapted to meet the needs of the Jersey business community; while simultaneously maintaining the Islands CTA obligations and security.
JCIS invites constructive and reasoned feedback on the UK’s proposals. This will be compiled and submitted to the Government of Jersey to enable the formation of Jersey’s own immigration policy and system
Information you give in this survey is anonymous
and will be treated in
the strictest confidence
. No individual identifiable data will be shared with any other States department and any comments you make in response to the open-ended questions will be checked to ensure they cannot identify the person or business responding or any individual being referred to.
Please take the time to complete the survey. Where a question is either not relevant to your business or you are not able to answer, move on to the next question - your responses are still valuable. When completing the survey, you can move backwards and forwards to modify responses using the buttons at the bottom of each page, but please make sure you press the Finish Survey
button on the final page so that your survey responses are saved. You also have an option to save your survey if you want to come back to complete it later. If you click on Save and Continue Later
then you will be emailed a link to your partially completed survey which will allow you to continue from your last saved response.
If you wish to contact us or have any queries regarding this survey, please contact Jersey Customs and Immigration by email: FIS.JHA@gov.je
Please make sure you have submitted your response by the deadline of 17 January 2020.
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