Immigration

Work permit

Any person who is not a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, or who is not a holder of a Certificate of Recognition Caribbean Community Skills Qualification, is required to obtain a work permit to enter Trinidad and Tobago for work-related activities (paid or unpaid) for more than 30 days. 

We can guide you through the process of obtaining a work permit for you or your employee. 

Appeal a decision

Has an immigration officer or ministry made an adverse decision against you or your business? Within Trinity Chambers, we have experience of successfully appealing and reviewing immigration decisions. 

Residency

Typically, a person is entitled to become a resident of Trinidad and Tobago if they fall into one of the following categories:

  • They are the spouse of a resident or citizen;
  • They are the parent or grandparent of a resident or citizen residing in Trinidad and Tobago;
  • They have been working in Trinidad and Tobago for five or more continuous years under a valid work permit;
  • They are a former resident. 

If you have any queries or issues with the application process, please get in touch.