List of Countries
List of Countries
Even if you are a national of one of the countries listed above, you will NOT require a visa to enter the Cayman Islands if you are not a prohibited immigrant** and you can satisfy an Immigration Officer on arrival in the Cayman Islands that you are:
- authorised by a work permit to work in the Cayman Islands; or
- named in a work permit as a dependant of the licensee; or
- exempted from the requirement to possess a work permit or a dependant of such a person under section 40 of the Immigration Law (2015 Revision); or
- a person who has permission to reside permanently in the Cayman Islands; or
- the holder of a valid re-entry permit
- possess a valid visa from the United States of America, Canada, or the United Kingdom and,
- arrives in the Cayman Islands directly from the country for which that visa was issued.
you are resident in the United States of America; and you arrive directly from that country; and you produce on arrival a valid United States Alien Registration Card; and you produce on arrival a return or round trip ticket to the United States.
you are resident in Canada; and you arrive directly from Canada or the USA; and you produce on arrival proof that you are a permanent resident or landed immigrant of Canada; and you produce on arrival a return or round trip ticket to Canada or the United States.
you are resident in the United Kingdom; and you arrive directly from the United Kingdom; and you provide proof on arrival that you are a permanent resident or landed immigrant of the United Kingdom; and you produce on arrival a return or round trip ticket to the United Kingdom.
Nationals of Jamaica, India, and China (People's Republic of) who:
Nationals of Jamaica who are 14 years of age or younger, or 71 years of age or older.
Note: Please note that persons taking advantage of the waiver of the visa requirement above may only be permitted to enter and remain in the Islands for a period not exceeding thirty days.
** Prohibited immigrants are defined in full in the Immigration Law but include the destitute, the mentally disordered, persons creating health hazards to the community, anyone reasonably believed to be a prostitute or living on prostitution, anyone previously deported, anyone convicted in any country of an offence for which a prison sentence of twelve months or more was imposed, and others declared to be undesirable immigrants for economic or moral reasons.