These days, more and more people are looking to relocate to the Cayman Islands due to its beautiful landscape, unwavering business opportunities and world-class lifestyle. But how can you make this dream a reality?

There are currently two ways in which you can relocate to the Cayman Islands – apply for a work visa or be granted a permanent residency certificate. Typically, visitors start with a working permit and work their way towards secured residency.

Another alternative that has recently been introduced by the Cayman Islands Government is the Global Citizen Concierge Program. This option provides digital nomads who are employed outside of the Cayman Islands with an opportunity to work remotely in the heart of the Caribbean, for a period of 24 months.

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The Bahamas will play host this year to the largest early-season event in all of college basketball. 

The new Baha Mar Hoops event is a weeklong slate of events headlined on the men’s side by Louisville and Maryland and on the women’s side by defending National Champion Stanford and a pair of top-five teams: Maryland and NC State. 

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Turks and Caicos will be requiring all visitors 16 and over to show proof of full vaccination in order to be granted entry to the destination, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The rule will apply to all visitors who are 16 years and over. 

Fully vaccinated means people who have received the full dose of their vaccine, with the final dose administered at least 14 days prior to arrival to Turks and Caicos. 

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American Airlines is set to add another new route to the island of Jamaica, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The world’s largest airline will launch new service from Philadelphia International Airport to Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport beginning Nov. 4. 

“We’re delighted to welcome this new service from Philadelphia to Kingston,” said Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett. “As we see a resurgence in international travel and approach Jamaica’s high season, we’re excited to increase access to Kingston, our UNESCO-designated Creative City that’s slated to see nearly 500 new hotel rooms opening before 2023.”

The flights will operate thrice weekly, with service on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays.

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand, Goop, is launching a series of Caribbean cruises, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The sailings are the product of a partnership between Goop and Celebrity Cruises, which will be bringing goop personalities on board for a series of four cruises. 

The cruises, which will kick off in October, will include workouts, mindfulness sessions and other “exlclusive programming.”

Paltrow has serve as Celebrity’s “Well-being Advisor” since April 2021. 

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