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WORK FROM PARADISE

WORK FROM PARADISE

PLANNING TO WORK REMOTELY IN BARBADOS?

Here's what you need to know.

PLANNING TO WORK REMOTELY IN BARBADOS?

Here's what you need to know.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Applications are now open and can be accessed via www.barbadoswelcomestamp.bb/apply

Your application will begin processing within 48 hours of receiving a complete application. A visa will be processed and confirmed or denied in 5 working days or less.

Yes, you can apply for multiple workers in your company to work remotely in Barbados for up to 12 months. After 12 months it will be possible to reapply for a further year. 

Families can apply under this programme. The Family Bundle Fee is US $3,000.00

Fees are US$2,000 for individuals. There is also a family bundle fee of US$3000. These fees are payable after your application has been approved.

You must come to Barbados within 12 months of the date your visa is issued. After you arrive in Barbados, you can travel into and out of Barbados as many times as you like before your visa expires.

 

No. This visa allows you to work remotely for companies and individuals outside of Barbados only.

Documents in any language other than English must be accompanied by a translation in English certified by a translator. Verified copies of the original and translation must accompany your application for the 12 Month Barbados Welcome Stamp.

The BIO data page for yourself and all people accompanying you must be certified and submitted as well.

You will not be liable to pay Barbados Income Tax.

Those on the visa can re-apply to extend their Welcome Stamp.

The 12 Month Barbados Welcome Stamp Visa is valid for 12 months from the date of approval.

Barbados boasts the fastest fibre Internet and mobile services in the Caribbean.

There are multiple telecommunications providers in Barbados with a range of different packages at different price points on offer.

Some cafes, public libraries and some parts of Bridgetown have free public Wi-Fi.

You must maintain medical insurance while in Barbados. You may be asked to present evidence that you’re insured when you arrive in Barbados. Where applicable, you will be able to obtain medical insurance in Barbados if you qualify.

Non nationals may attend private schools or pay a small stipend for attendance at the state owned public schools.

Education is compulsory for children between the ages of 5 and 16. There are also several tertiary education institutions including The University of The West Indies and The Barbados Community College.

 

 

Barbados has one of the most dense and accessible road networks in the English-speaking Caribbean, making travel to any place on island easy. There is both public and private transport across the island which run daily, although schedules vary depending on the location.

Barbados offers a wide range of accommodation from budget-friendly studios to beachfront luxury condos.

Barbados is home to dozens of different religious denominations. In addition to Anglican, Catholic and Evangelical Christians, there are places of worship for Jehovah's Witnesses, Methodists, Moravians, Jews, Muslims, Rastafarian, Seven Day Adventists, Buddhists, Bahais and Spiritual Baptists.

Barbados is home to varied nightlife and entertainment choices ranging from small and intimate to several large festivals throughout the year. Nightclubs, restaurants, beach bars, exciting attractions, are just some of the activities of interest.  For those looking for fun and exciting daytime things to do, Barbados has several watersport activities on offer, including snorkelling, scuba diving, surfing, windsurfing, jet-ski rides and sailing cruises.

You have a variety of transportation methods to choose from, including car rentals, limos, taxi rentals, and our renowned public transportation system of transport buses and ZR vans. You can also rent bicycles and electric bicycles on two wheels by renting a scooter, bike, motorcycle, or Segway.

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