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Ukraine response

​Jersey's support for Ukraine

The Government of Jersey stands alongside the UK and international partners in our condemnation of the re-invasion of Ukraine by Russia. We have established a group of officers dedicated to supporting Ukrainian nationals and their families who have links to Jersey.

For all visa and immigration enquiries, email ukraine@gov.je or phone the helpline on +44 (0) 1534 441144 (8am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm weekends)

Support and aid for Ukraine

Immigration and visas

The Jersey Customs and Immigration Service is aligning with the developing UK immigration policy. The service is working with the UK to process visa applications from Ukrainians.

How to apply for a visa

For all visa and immigration enquiries, email ukraine@gov.je or phone the helpline on +44 (0) 1534 441144 (8am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm weekends)

Sanctions

The Government of Jersey has implemented sanctions against Russian Federation businesses and individuals in response to its actions in Ukraine.

In accordance with our constitutional position, Jersey acts in line with the UK on matters of foreign policy. Jersey fully supports, has implemented, and will continue to implement, all UK and UN sanctions deployed in response to Russia's actions. Any links to sanctioned entities or suspected breaches must be reported to the appropriate authorities.

Finance industry and Russian sanctions

About financial sanctions

Financial Sanctions Notices

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Cyber security

Whilst there remains no currently identified and specific cyber-attack threat, we continue to prepare for the possibility that the situation in Ukraine could impact the Island's cyber security. Islanders and businesses must remain vigilant and be aware of the potential cyber risks, which includes suspicious requests for personal data, denial of service attacks, and phishing emails.

10 Steps to Cyber Security

How you can help

You can donate to the Bailiff's Ukraine Appeal to help in the efforts to support Jersey's response to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

Donations made to Jersey Side by Side are eligible for tax relief for donations of £50 or more. This means that every £1 donated by Jersey taxpayers can be worth £1.25 to the appeal. 

Donate on the Side by Side Website

You will need your Tax Identification Number (TIN) when making your donation.

Tax Identification Numbers

All donations received by the Bailiff's Ukraine Appeal and Jersey Side by Side will be distributed by Jersey Overseas Aid, making sure the funding reaches the people and places where it is needed most.

How the Bailiff's Ukraine Appeal donations are being distributed on the Jersey Overseas Aid website

Donate safely

Organisations in Jersey, the UK and internationally have launched appeals in response to the war in Ukraine. Make sure your money is safe and being used effectively by following our advice: 

  • for Jersey donations, check the public register of charities on the website of the Jersey Charity Commissioner, the charity register contains key information about each registered charity in Jersey
  • for UK donations, check the charity's name and registration number using the charity register tool
  • in general, ask the charity or organisation for more information if you are in doubt and make sure the charity is genuine before giving any financial information or donations

Make sure you know where your charity donations are going on the gov.uk website

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