Minimum investment of US$1.2m
1-3 months to residency
1 day per year
Potential to naturalize via investment
The Cayman Islands are a wonderful place to live and work. Many move here in order to do both, while a significant number choose to move there purely to enjoy life as Cayman residents and to set up a new home for themselves and their families. Cayman is attractive because of its natural beauty, well-developed infrastructure, politically stable environment, elite health services and education, traditional values of community and privacy and the fact that it is a safe and secure place to live. It is home to some of the world’s premier financial institutions and offers outstanding levels of professional services that compete on a global scale.
The steps to permanent residency via the Permanent Residency Scheme in the Cayman Islands are:
One must have a permanent place of residence in the Cayman Islands (lease or title)
Must spend at least 1 day a year in the country
Required to have an annual income of at least USD $100,000 and pay the annual fees and tax via your representative.
Compile application and
complete the 4 required steps
Approval in principle or rejection, usually within 2 months
PR certificate for whole family renewable annually
People and businesses choose to relocate to the Cayman Islands for many reasons – including the quality of life, its excellence as an
international financial centre and its innovative approach in supporting and growing new and existing businesses.
The Cayman Islands are an English-speaking British Overseas Territory in the Western Caribbean with no income, property, inheritance, estate, sales, capital gains or corporate taxes and there are no restrictions on foreign ownership of real estate. In addition to being a major offshore financial centre with more professionals than any other offshore jurisdiction, the territory boasts one of the highest GDP’s and standards of living in the world. It is home to a number of high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals and has one of the lowest crime rates in the Caribbean.VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
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