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Barbados Opens Its Shores to Remote Workers for 12 Months

Since the onset of COVID-19 working remotely has become the new norm for millions of people around the globe.  And if you have ever dreamed of being able to live in paradise for a while and have the flexibility of working digitally, then Barbados is the place that can make that dream come true.  The Barbadian Government has just introduced a special visa called, The 12 Month Barbados Welcome Stamp which allows the applicant to work remotely while living in Barbados for a period of 12 months.

The announcement of the initiative has generated tremendous interest from people across the globe.  Along with the beautiful back drop of beaches and tropical landscape, what makes Barbados so appealing is its reputation as an ideal place to live, work, play and raise a family. Barbados has a solid infrastructure in place, with a stable government, good healthcare facilities, an excellent education system and reliable, fast internet. The island is one of the most cosmopolitan in the Caribbean, great weather, pristine beaches and access to a wide range of activities contribute in greatly to Barbados’s amazing quality life.  Often referred to as the culinary capital of the Caribbean, the island is home to a collection of four and five star restaurants that provide outstanding cuisine from world class chefs.  There are also a wide range of accommodations, from the budget friendly to the luxurious.  Barbados has all of the elements for the perfect home away from home and if you have the flexibility of working remotely you can experience it for yourself.   

If working remotely in Barbados sounds like something you want to do, you can apply electronically, once approved the Barbados 12 month Welcome stamp is valid for one year and if you really like it you can reapply after the year is up. 

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