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Bermuda Offers One Year Residency Permit for Remote Workers in Response to Covid-19

The Bermuda Government is now offering one-year, renewable residency certificates for remote workers. The new program, which came into effect on 1 August 2020 pursuant to section 32 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, is likely to appeal to those looking for a refuge from the pandemic and its knock-on effects in a safe, sophisticated and attractive environment.

Announcing the initiative, Bermuda’s labour minister said the opportunity to live the island life while working remotely is aimed at “digital nomads” who are “location-independent, using technology to perform their job no matter where they are.” The residency certificate is also being offered to non-Bermudian post-secondary students who will be studying online over the next year.

 

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