Cayman Launch Remote Worker Programme

October 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Cayman Islands has launched a ‘Global Citizen Concierge Program,’ which will allow people to work remotely in the Cayman Islands for up to two years.

This is similar to the ‘Work from Bermuda’ programme that was launched earlier this year, and Cayman is the latest island to offer such a programme, joining Barbados, Antigua, and Anguilla.

The criteria stipulates that applicants must provide a letter showing proof of employment with an entity outside of the Cayman Islands stating position and annual salary. The minimum salary requirements are $100,000 for individual applicants and $150,000 for two person households.

The Cayman Islands website said, “While the borders to the Cayman Islands remain closed to commercial airlift and cruise traffic at this time, the Cayman Islands is pleased to officially announce the launch of the Global Citizen Concierge Program [GCCP], a tourism initiative designed for digital nomads looking to take advantage of the flexibility provided by remote work.

“As thousands of corporations opt to keep their workforce at-home for the foreseeable future, eligible professionals and families can upgrade their home offices significantly, by choosing to live and work remotely in the Cayman Islands for up to two years by acquiring a Global Citizen Certificate.

“Formally launching on October 21, 2020 and facilitated by the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism [CIDOT] in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism and supporting government departments, the GCCP will provide the highest standard of personalized service for long-term guests and global citizens from arrival to departure.”

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