The 34th Legislature’s Liaison to the White House, Gittens has requested that President Biden extend the pause on payments for Virgin Islanders with Small Business Administration Disaster Loans given that the territory remains in a state of recovery from the devastating 2017 hurricane season.
Though not part of the contiguous United States, travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require a passport from U.S. citizens arriving from Puerto Rico or the U.S. mainland.
The educational needs of students across the United States endured a jarring and costly change when COVID-19 forced teachers and students to stay at home.
Women business owners in the U. S. Virgin Islands have an opportunity to build viable, resilient businesses that will have a global market presence.
The USVI Division of Economic Research’s Office of Management and Budget has launched a territorial online survey that focuses on the impact COVID-19 has had on the territory’s businesses and organizations.
Under Limetree’s Charitable Contributions Program, donation requests must support the advancement of education, environmental stewardship and community sustainability.
Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy has announced rate changes provided by the Workers’ Compensation Administration for the 2021 maximum benefit amount and increases made to benefits.
Travel screening portal clearance is a must for U.S. Virgin Islands arrivals; however, Center for Disease Control’s COVID-19 testing requirements do not apply for travel from the U.S.V.I. to the U.S. mainland.
To celebrate this new and returning service, Frontier is offering fares as low as $39*, which are available now.
The amnesty programs, enacted by the 33rd Legislature, will begin on Monday, Jan. 11, and will end on Wednesday, June 30.