Tag: Work permit

Can same-sex spouse be granted dependency under work permit?

Can same-sex spouse be granted dependency under work permit?

| 09/04/2019 | 1 Comment

What happens if the Work Permit Board decides not to grant dependency to a same-sex spouse because they say they have “no power”? What is the recourse one would have to take in that case? Auntie’s answer: This question came up in the comments to a column last week on the rights of same-sex couple […]

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When working doesn’t need a work permit

When working doesn’t need a work permit

| 21/08/2018 | 13 Comments

I’m the spouse of a work permit holder. I have some work for an overseas company which I can do from home. What’s the legal position for me to do so? Am I expected to get a work permit (they have no physical presence in Cayman)? Auntie’s answer: Your particular circumstances apparently are not specifically […]

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Remaining in Cayman after quitting work

Remaining in Cayman after quitting work

| 25/06/2018 | 12 Comments

I will quit working in October. My work permit expires in December. Would I be able to stay on island another 20-30 days after I quit working? Auntie’s answer: First of all, for anyone who is not aware, under the Immigration Regulations (2015 Revision), it is required that if someone who holds a work permit […]

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Wants to return after PR denied

Wants to return after PR denied

| 19/06/2018 | 5 Comments

I was turned down for permanent residency and am now thinking of returning after my year is up. I know I can’t return to Cayman until November 1, but can I apply for a work permit to return before that date, or do I have to wait until then to apply? Auntie’s answer: Yes, you […]

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Returning to Cayman after being rolled over

Returning to Cayman after being rolled over

| 08/06/2017 | 22 Comments

I will be leaving shortly on rollover. Can you tell me what the rules are on visiting Cayman during my 12-month absence period? If I want to come back and visit friends, what are the rules? Also, if I wanted to come back and work in my former office for, say, one week every quarter, […]

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