BVI launches visa programme aimed at attracting remote workers

News Team, 07/05/2021

The British Virgin Islands’ government is introducing a Work In Paradise programme to allow people to work remotely from the BVI by acquiring an extended stay.

Premier and Minister of Finance Andrew A. Fahie said in a statement that the initiative is one of the many which the BVI government plans to introduce to acquire additional streams of revenue to strengthen the economy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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