- The U. S. Virgin Islands is a disclosure jurisdiction.
- The U.S. Virgin Islands accepts the Uniform Application to Register Securities (Form U1), and allows for the electronic signature of forms.
- The U.S. Virgin Islands requires Financial Statements and a Consent to Service of Process (Form U2).
- The U.S. Virgin Islands collects a variable fee. The filing fee is 1/20 of one percent of the aggregate amount of securities that will be registered in the Virgin Islands. Fees should be made payable to the “Government of the Virgin Islands, Office of the Lt. Governor.” Payments should be mailed to the following address:
Office of the Lt. Governor
Division of Banking and Insurance
5049 Kongens Gade
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 00802-6487