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Walkers
The Cayman Islands have a population of approximately 70,000, of which the majority are expatriates with temporary working and residency rights or expatriates who have acquired a permanent right to remain in the Islands.
Ogier
Cline Glidden has particular expertise in advising clients on Cayman real estate, securitisation of funding, and relocations of high-net-worth individuals.
HSM Chambers
On 29 April 2020, the Grand Court in the Cayman Islands handed down a decision in the case of Ellington v Chief Immigration Officer of the Cayman Islands.
HSM Chambers
It appeared to be inevitable, and may now just be coming true. Income from work permit fees is likely to fall, perhaps precipitously.
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
The new Immigration (Transition) Law, 2018 and Customs and Border Control Law 2018 came into force on Feb. 1 by Order of Cabinet.
HSM Chambers
The Cayman Islands has welcomed more than 1.3 million tourists by air and sea in the first six months of 2018, according to the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.
Walkers
Pursuant to the Immigration Law (2015 Revision) (the "Immigration Law") and accompanying regulations, the Chief Immigration Officer of the Cayman Islands may grant two distinct categories of residency...
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
The Immigration (Amendment) Regulations 2017 ('Regulations') seek to provide additional clarification on the application process for Permanent Residence ('PR').
Travers Thorp Alberga
Recent commentaries by various offshore law firms on the delay by ESMA in extending the pan European passport for marketing the securities of Cayman Islands domiciled funds throughout...
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
Sophia Harris' presentation to attendees of VC Tutorial's Distinguished Guest Lecture Series on 13 May, 2014.
Cayman Finance
Cayman's new Premier Alden McLaughlin has made it "quite clear" to his immigration department that he wants to find a way to keep the expatriates while reducing a growing unemployment situation for Caymanians.
Appleby
The Immigration (Amendment) Law 2012 has now come into force, having been made effective on 5 June, 2012.
Appleby
The Immigration (Amendment) Law 2012 has now come into force, having been made effective on 5 June 2012.
Appleby
1. In broad terms what is your government's policy towards business immigration? Cayman government policy is to be as receptive as practicable towards business immigration.
Travers Thorp Alberga
The Cayman Islands, being a British Dependent Territory and not an independent country, cannot grant citizenship, which is governed by the British Nationality Act, but it determines its own immigration policies, which are contained in the Immigration Law, and the conditions on which any individual, partnership or company may carry on business.
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