As I have relatives on the island that I visit regularly, I have good knowledge of the island from both a tourist and a residents point of view.
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Craig There is some relevant information on this on the government website at http://www.gov.ky/portal/page?_pageid=1142,1611986&_dad=portal The latest version of the Immigration regulations at http://www
Nottoya Sorry for the delay in replying, but I needed to check with a friend who understands the work permit/immigration legislation. Unfortunately they advise that the only option would be for your
Martha I think you won't have a problem adding your husband as a dependent to your work permit/application. I do think that your husband will be able to work as self-employed. My understanding of the
Doug Yes, it is possible. See some guidance information on the following sites. Goof luck! Robert http://www.caymannewresident.com/Money-Banking-Mortgages http://www.cayman.com.ky/cayman-bank-accounts
Sorry for the delay in replying - I've been away on holiday. I think that you ned to be aware that there isn't much on an agriculture business in Cayman, and there are no dairy farms on the island -