VA Director Asks Veterans To Pick Up Their New Virgin Islands License Plates
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs will be issuing license plates to those eligible Veterans who were not able to replace their original style VA plates. Plates will be issued at the office in your respective district on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Any Veteran seeking to complete this process will need to have a current DD214 on file at the office or bring one with you when you visit.
“Please try to renew your license plates as soon as possible. In the very near future, the original VA license plates will no longer be an authorized license plate in the Virgin Islands,” Veterans Affairs Director Patrick Farrell said.
Veterans wanting to register a newly imported vehicle must have proof of sales tax being paid in addition to eligibility documents in order to complete this process, Farrell said.
As a reminder, no more than two sets of license plates will be issued per Veteran.
In order to continue safeguarding the lives of our Veterans, their families, and the staff of the Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs, we are asking Veterans to adhere to the following days of issue:
- Last Name A-M on Mondays
- Last Name N-Z on Wednesdays
For more information please call (340)774-8387 or (340) 773-8387.
Any further updates can be heard on “The Veterans Voice” radio show, Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. on 107.9 FM.