Stay in Covid-free Cayman Islands as Digital Nomads
The Cayman Islands is a British overseas territory nestled in the Caribbean Sea with gorgeous beaches, tropical climate, lush green forests, and beautiful ports. It is a perfect destination for all kinds of travelers, whether you prefer a relaxed stay or an adrenaline-filled adventure. Despite the popularity and commercialization of the Caribbean counterparts, Cayman Islands remains an underrated and a hidden gem among travelers. In a new announcement, the country has decided to open doors for Digital Nomads or Self Employed Freelancer with the Global Citizen Concierge program’s pathway. With this program, Cayman Islands ups the ante of the Work-from-home notion globally.
How the program function?
Digital Nomad Visa is a highly popular temporary visa where the applicant can move to the destination, live there for a while, and work remotely. At the outset of the pandemic outbreak, the pathway has become extremely popular, and many countries have adopted the program. Cayman Islands Global Citizen Concierge Program is a Digital Nomad Visa wherein the holders are granted a 2-year visa by meeting the income requirements.
Applicants can move to the Cayman Islands with their family and live peacefully in nature’s abode for two years. Other family members (siblings, parents, grandparents, and grandchildren) may also join if they are entirely dependent upon the applicant. If you can work remotely with a stable income, then the Cayman Islands is the perfect place for you and your family.
What are the requirements?
- Applicants must meet the Annual Salary Requirement of a minimum of USD 100,000 (INR 75 Lac)
- For couples – minimum USD 150,000 (INR 1.12 Crore)
- Family of 3 – Minimum USD 180,000 (INR 1.35 Crore)
- Must purchase a health insurance cover for the entire family
- Make a non-refundable deposit of a minimum of USD 1469 (INR 1.10 Lac)
What are the Covid Updates in the Cayman Islands?
As per the recent health updates and statistics, the Cayman Islands have had 239 coronavirus cases and only one death. As of October 30th, 2020, there are only 20 active cases in the entire region. Furthermore, the healthcare department assures the risk of COVID-19 in the country is currently low.
Selected candidates traveling to the Cayman Islands must undergo COVID-19 testing upon arrival and 14 days mandatory quarantine. You may choose quarantine options at a government-run facility or a private facility by wearing a monitoring device.