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Planning an island vacation? Make it a permanent move.
The Global Citizen Concierge Program is inviting people to ride out the next few years in the Cayman Islands. Specifically, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. These three islands have had more success containing Covid-19 infections than anywhere else in the Caribbean.
But, there’s a catch. To be eligible, people have to show the they are moving there with a job that pays them $100,000 a year. For couples, it’s $150,000 and $180,000 if you’re bringing children. Other family members are invited to join if they can also be supported by your salary.
You must also provide a valid passport, notarized letter from your bank, proof of health insurance and a criminal background check.
Once approved, you can travel in and out of the Cayman Islands, but have to spend 90 days in the territory per year. Returning to the island requires two Covid tests and a 14-day quarantine.
If you’re going to be stuck somewhere, why not the beach?
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