Work Remotely For 2 Years In The Cayman Islands
Photo Credit: Unsplash | Marc Babin The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands

Photo Credit: Unsplash | Marc Babin The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands

Work Remotely For 2 Years In The Cayman Islands

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Oct 28, 2020

Digital nomads can now work remotely in the Cayman Islands, tourism officials have just announced. 

Launched on Oct. 21, the island’s Global Citizen Concierge Program is inviting high-earning workers to work on all three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, for the next several years.

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The program is one of three ways that outsiders can gain access to the Cayman Islands without work or residency permissions as the country is currently shut down to tourists over the coronavirus pandemic.

So, who’s eligible?

Those that can prove they make a minimum annual salary of $100,000 for individuals, $150,000 for couples, and $180,000 for people with children, are eligible to apply.

You must provide a valid passport, notarized bank reference letter, proof of health insurance and submit criminal background record.

Certificate fees are $1,469 per year (for two people) and dependents cost an additional $500 each.

Once approved, certificate holders can travel in and out of the Cayman Islands, provided they spend 90 days in the territory per year.

Working Remotely In The Caribbean

The Cayman Islands is one of several islands offering people the chance to work remotely.

Bermuda, Aruba, and Barbados are offering visas to work from home for at least a year.