Are you looking for an opportunity to live and work remotely in the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean? You can now move to the Caribbean Island of Montserrat, with the Montserrat Remote Work Stamp! Discover why Montserrat year-long visas to remote workers are the best option for you and how you can apply.
What was this webinar about?
In this webinar, our speakers explained everything you need to know about the Montserrat Remote Work Stamp, including all the application eligibility requirements and where to apply. We also included a range of details about what makes Montserrat an interesting destination in the world for digital nomads and remote workers to live and work.
Features on offer in Montserrat:
Experience coral reefs, sandy beaches, rainforest-covered hills, soaring mountains, and see rare endemic plant and animal species.
English is the official language and the language used for business.
You can enjoy scuba diving, hiking, kayaking, jet-skiing, outdoor yoga, and more.
Culture and Arts
Montserrat boasts an abundance of excellent cultural experiences.
Montserrat has a warm, tropical climate, with plenty of sunshine throughout the year.
COVID Cases & Island Safety
Few active cases & excellent safety
Speedy Application Process
7 Working Days for the application process that will allow you to stay for 1 year!
Reliable high speed internet services available
“Thank you for your interest in making the island of Montserrat your home away from home! The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it numerous challenges to our personal, recreational and professional lives. But, it has created a unique opportunity for you to work from any place you choose, and Montserrat must be your first choice.”
Joseph Easton Taylor-Farrell
Premier of Montserrat
The Webinar covered
Full details about the Montserrat Remote Work Stamp application process and requirements.
Why Montserrat is an ideal destination for digital nomads and remote workers to live.
Information about accommodation, living costs, transport, internet connectivity/speeds, etc.
Testimonials from digital nomads and remote workers who have already chosen to spend time in Montserrat.
Meet the Speakers
Learn more about the speakers who participated in the webinar.
She is currently a member of the Government of Montserrat's Advisory Council on the island's Conservation and Environmental Management Act, and a finalist in the prestigious Global Ocean Awards - Local Hero Category.
and safely from an exotic location
The global pandemic has changed how we live, work and play, and as multinationals and leading startups across the world accelerate their rates of digital adoption, the need to be physically present to fulfill professional responsibilities has been redefined. With that in mind, it’s a pleasure to announce the Montserrat Remote Workers Stamp, your chance to work safely and remotely, whilst calling Montserrat your home for a year, the country with the lowest COVID-19 infection rate with few active cases as of March 2022.
culture and hidden treasures of Montserrat
Montserrat is one of the Caribbean’s most dramatic islands, not only in terms of our soaring peaks and rainforest-covered hillsides, but also due to the cataclysmic eruptions of the Soufrière Hills Volcano that took place in the late 1990s. Two decades later, our buried city Plymouth (also known as the Modern Day Pompeii) has become a major tourist attraction with volcano enthusiasts traveling from all over the world to witness the spectacle. So, leave behind the hustle and bustle of city life and join us in Montserrat where COVID-19 cases are low, the rhythm of life is slow, the locals are friendly, our forests are unspoiled and you can still enjoy the tranquil ambience of how the Caribbean used to be.
Escape The hustle
and bustle of city life for the peace and tranquility of Montserrat
Montserrat Remote Work Stamp
The Montserrat Remote Work Stamp enables holders to retain their current employment based in another country whilst legally residing in Montserrat and working remotely. A 12-Month travel permit for a non-national who is employed in a country other than Montserrat, and who is employed by a company registered and operating outside of Montserrat (not carrying on business in or from Montserrat).
About the Montserrat Tourism Division
The Montserrat Tourism Division is the entity responsible for the promotion of the Montserrat Remote Work Stamp. The Division is consistent in its rigorous efforts to attract quality individuals and families to the island.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the application can be for individuals or family groups. Please attend the webinar for more information.
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