Travelers can work abroad in an island paradise — if they make $100,000+

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Digital nomads can now work remotely in the Cayman Islands for up to two years.The catch? Those workers must make at least $100,000 a year — and even more if they want to bring a companion.Launched on Oct. 21, the Global Citizen Concierge Program invites high-earning workers to ride out the next several years on the territory’s three islands — Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman —  which, so far, have contained Covid-19 infections with more success than many of their Caribbean counterparts. The program is one of the only ways that those without work or residency connections can access the Cayman Islands right now, since the British overseas territory has not yet reopened to tourists.Who is eligible?Under the new program, workers can apply to receive a “Global Citizen Certificate” if they have an employment letter from an entity outside of the Cayman Islands that shows a minimum annual salary of $100,000 for individuals, $150,000 for couples (including civil partners) and $180,000 for individuals or couples with dependent children. Other family members may also be eligible to join, including siblings, parents, grandparents and grandchildren, if they are “wholly or substantially dependent” upon the applicant.Applications can be submitted for every remote worker in …

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