The Bermuda government recently launched a One-Year Residential Certificate for individuals looking to work or study remotely on the island. Visitors must be at least 18 years old, have health insurance, and supply either proof of employment or enrollment in higher education. In addition, applicants cannot have a conviction for an indictable offense.
The aim of the new initiative is to support local economies without disrupting the job market for citizens. According to the Bermuda government, the opportunity would allow the country to "enhance Bermuda’s digital perception by travelers worldwide, which will produce benefits to the local economy."
The new Year Residential Certificate will officially be open for applications on or before the first of August, 2020.
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