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|Virgin Islands of the United States of America|
United States of the Virgin IslandsTimeline: Great Nuclear War
OTL equivalent: U.S. Virgin Islands
"United In Pride and Hope"
"Virgin Islands March"
|Other cities||Christiansted, Cruz Bay and Limetree Bay|
|Regional Languages||English creole, Spanish, French, Danish|
|Government||Federal presidential republic|
|-||President||Juan Francisco Luis|
|-||Vice-President||Derek M. Hodge|
|Legislature||Congress of the United States of Virgin Isles|
|-||Lower house||House of Representatives|
|-||Treaty of the Danish West Indies||March 31, 1917|
|-||Revised Organic Act of the USVI||July 22, 1954|
|-||Total|| 346.36 km2
134 sq mi
|Currency||US Dollar (
The United States of the Virgin Islands, commonly known as the US Virgin Islands are a group of islands located in the Virgin Island archipelago. It shares maritime borders with the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the rest of Antilles region. Just like the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the USVI lost contact with the mainland U.S. after the Great Nuclear War of 1962. While Puerto Rico declared independence, the USVI held a strong position that they were the successor of the federal government - or at least for the time being. For most of the Caribbean nations, it is considered as the successor of the United States.