P1 - Permission to continue Working

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P1 - Permission to continue Working

Use this form:

When you wish to apply for permission to continue working under one of the following circumstances:

  • At 9 years when Amendment Bill No. 2 (2013) was approved
  • Awaiting decision on application for Permanent Residence - valid for 6 months
  • Awaiting decision on permanent residence refusal appeal from Immigration Appeals Tribunal - valid for 6 months
  • Awaiting decision on permanent residence refusal appeal from Grand Court (Judicial Review) - valid for 6 months
  • Requesting final permission to work (appeal dismissed)- valid for 90 days only

Submission requirements (see checklist):

In submitting this form you should enclose the following (where applicable):

  1. Application form duly completed, signed and dated by employee and employer
  2. A cover letter signed by employer with detailed summary of why the Permission to continue working is required.
  3. The correct fee, (equivalent to annual work permit fee or 50 % for 6 months) including non-refundable application fee of CI$100.
  4. Proof of enrollment in a pension plan
  5. Proof of enrollment in a health insurance plan
  6. Original medical questionnaire, if applicable, as the full medical is only required every 3 years, including the original HIV/VDRL lab report (HIV/VDRL is required every twelve months).
  7. A copy of the appeal fee receipt (where an appeal has been filed)
  8. Copy of employer's business license. Where the business licence has expired, a copy of the receipt of payment for renewal from employer.
  9. Original signed and sealed, Police Clearance certificate less than 12 months old

Send the completed application to:

The Chief Immigration Officer
P.O. Box 1098
Grand Cayman, KY1-1102

What happens next?

A letter will be sent to you, notifying you of the decision.

Under the Law an applicant is required to provide a complete application which has been defined as above. Failure to comply with the above could result in a refusal by the Chief Immigration Officer.

P1 Permission To Continue Working