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Immigrate to Bermuda. Visa options to live and work in Bermuda.
Why live in Bermuda?
Bermudas Visas and Permits
Bermuda residency through Family
Bermuda Tourist Visa
If you are staying for less than 45 days you do not need a Bermuda Tourist visa, regardless of the passport you have.
Bermuda Work Permits
Bermuda offers different types of work permits and which one you need depends on the length of your stay and the type of work you will be doing. For most jobs, the ‘standard work permit’ will be the right choice for an immigrant in Bermuda.
There is also a ‘global entrepreneur work permit’ for business planning and a ‘global work permit’ for people who are already employed with a global company. Only employers can apply for a work permit so finding one before you plan to immigrate to Bermuda essential. English proficiency is one of the requirements for getting a Bermuda work permit.
Bermuda is a British overseas territory, and as such Bermuda offers British citizenship and a British passport. Additionally, to have similar rights to citizenship in Bermuda you need to be granted Bermuda status by the Bermuda government.
Bermuda citizenship through descent
If one or both of your parents were born in Bermuda and were citizens of Bermuda when you were born, you are probably also a citizen of Bermuda and as such are eligible for both British citizenship and Bermuda status.
Bermuda citizenship through marriage
If your spouse is a citizen or permanent resident of Bermuda, you are eligible for residency. If your spouse is a citizen, you can apply for citizenship and status after being resident in Bermuda for a period of 10 years. Please note that your status of spouse needs to be legally recognised in Bermuda.
Bermuda does not offer a residency by investment or citizenship by investment program.