Jamaicans visiting the Cayman Islands will now be given special treatment under the Immigration Law, with the option to obtain a 10-year visitor visa.

According to the Cayman Compass, as it stands, all other nationalities which require a visa prior to visiting Cayman can obtain only single-entry permission, or permission to enter multiple times within a one-year, three-year or five-year fixed period.

The 10-year visitor visa is only being offered to Jamaicans.

Ministry of Home Affairs Chief Officer for the country, Eric Bush, said Jamaica and Cayman have a unique relationship and that the initiative is aimed at strengthening the country’s ability to adequately facilitate legitimate visitor travel for qualified Jamaican nationals, without jeopardizing operations or processes relative to border control.

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