The Cayman Islands Residency-by-Investment Program

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The Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory, is located a short 70-minute flight away from Miami. Cayman residents enjoy a relaxed and safe lifestyle whilst benefitting financially from the island's tax neutral status. The Cayman Islands Residency-by-Investment programme is revered for the fact that it allows tax-efficient residence, and also offers a path to naturalisation and eventual citizenship.

Find out more on how to gain Cayman Islands permanent residency by investment today.

- No income, corporate, capital gains, inheritance, sales or property tax
- Easily accessible from the USA, Europe & Canada
- Amongst the highest GDP per capita in the world
- No restrictions on foreign ownership of land

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • - Lower tax bills: One of the main reasons why people are so interested in obtaining Cayman Islands residency, is due to the country’s tax-friendly policies.
    - High-quality legal services, health care, and education.
    - World-class lifestyle
    - Ease of transportation
    - British overseas territory status

  • Applicant must reside in the Cayman Islands for 30 days each year.
    • Does not permit the right to work
    • Does not permit the right to apply for naturalisation

  • The first way to gain Cayman Islands residency is to invest US$1.2 million in local real estate.


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