You Can Now Work From Home in The Bahamas

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The Bahamas recently introduced The Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay (BEATS) Programme. Also known as a temporary visa which allows you to work from home, in The Bahamas.

Times have changed thanks to Covid-19 and more and more people are working remotely. In addition to, more and more countries are offering visitors the chance to qualify for temporary visas. And The Bahamas has just joined the list of countries.

Work From Home In The Bahamas

Applying to the BEATS programme is fairly easy.

Simply fill out an application form and have the following documents ready: a valid passport data page, medical insurance card, proof of employment, or student id (if applying for study remote).

If you’re approved, pay the permit fees. Permits are USD $1000 for the head of the household and $500 for each dependent.

Study permits are USD $500 for each applicant. A permit application fee will also be added to your total which is $25.

After the payment is received, the applicant will receive a confirmation QR code to show upon arrival to The Bahamas.

Island Life

While living in The Bahamas, think of all the amazing things you will do and see. Imagine the fresh food you will eat daily and the golden tans you will have every day.

There’s truly nothing better than island life in The Bahamas. For more things to do while in The Bahamas, browse our Blog Page

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