Working Remotely? Wanna Go to Barbados?


Fear of the coronavirus has closed offices and opened the possibility of working remotely.

The Caribbean island of Barbados is hoping to capitalize on the options people now have available, like remote work, and hoping to boost their economy.

Barbados is offering a twelve month “Welcome Stamp” for passports of folks who would like to work remotely from the island.

No work permit necessary. No visa required.

Barbados has had 103 cases of Covid 19 but is hoping their reopening will restore the tourist industry that had crumbled during the pandemic. The Prime Minister, Mia Amor Mottley, made the announcement of the call for visitors at a bar reopening.

The island reopened to international travelers this past Monday with airlines returning service to Antigua from London on Friday and Jet Blue will have flights from New York later in the month.

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