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Immigration Information

How we can Help

Williams2 can work with you to ensure your immigration matters are dealt with smoothly. Here is some prior information that may help.

Visitors may be granted permission to land in the Islands for a period of up to six months although this period may be extended. There are 6 ways to be legally resident in the Cayman Islands if you are not Caymanian.

Cutting Edge Real Estate in the Cayman Islands

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7 Ways to Become a Legal Resident in the Cayman Islands

See Residency Options (High Net Worth Investors)

1

Student Visa

Student Visa

2

Full Time
Work Permit

Full Time
Work Permit

3

Temporary
Work Permit

Temporary
Work Permit

4

Permanent
Residency

Permanent
Residency

5

Residency Certificate for Persons of Independent Means

Residency Certificate for Persons of Independent Means

6

Residency
Certificate for Retirees

Residency
Certificate for Retirees

7

Residency &
Employment
Rights Certificate

Residency &
Employment
Rights Certificate

All non-Caymanians that wish to work in the Islands must apply for a work permit.

Residency Certificate for Persons of Independent Means

To be eligible to apply for a Residency Certificate for Persons of Independent Means, you must be at least 18 years old, with no serious criminal conviction and in good health with adequate health insurance.

Applicant Information

Residing in Grand Cayman

Where the applicant intends to reside in Grand Cayman, he must satisfy the Chief Immigration Officer that he has a continuous source of annual income in the amount of CI$150,000, without the need to engage in employment in the Islands; and that he has invested the sum of CI$750,000 in Grand Cayman of which at least CI$250,000 must be in developed residential real estate.

Applicant Information

Residing in Cayman Brac or Little Cayman

Where the applicant intends to reside in Cayman Brac or Little Cayman, he must satisfy the Chief Immigration Officer that he has a continuous source of annual income in the amount of CI$75,000 without the need to engage in employment in the Islands; and that he has invested the sum of CI$250,000 locally of which at least CI$125,000 must be in developed residential real estate.

Cayman Islands Government

Cayman Islands Government

Further information can be found at:

Www.immigration.gov.ky