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Bahamas digital nomad visa requirements

Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay πŸ‡§πŸ‡Έ

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Want to work and stay in Bahamas? Get Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay visa requirements and application. You dont need to show proof income. You also should own an independant business or be self employed.With Extended Access Travel Stay visa, you can stay for 12 months. Bahamas offers digital nomad visa and people can use this to work and stay in Bahamas.
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Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay details

  • The Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay is a one-year residency permit designed to allow professionals and students from overseas to work and study from The Bahamas (remotely/online) for up to one (1) year.
  • BEATS gives both students and professionals who are working/studying from home the opportunity to live in and travel among the 16 different islands in The Bahamas.
  • Applications for annual renewals will be considered for a maximum period up to three years.
Max Stay 12 months
Income Not required
Visa Fees $1K
Business Needed
Insurance Required
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How to apply for Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay

Step to get Bahamas Digital Nomad Visa
Check documents checklist and scan them before hand.
Fill and submit the online Beats application form.
Submit any documents and pay the visa fee $25 valid for both work and study remote applicants.
Review the information you have entered and send your application.
Wait for the approval. An immigration officer will approve or deny the application within 5 business days.
If the application is approved, the Applicant will receive an email for payment. Pay the visa fees.
After successful payment is received, the Applicant will receive a confirmation QR code to show upon arrival to The Bahamas.

Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay fee details

  • Work Remotely permits are $1,000 for the head of household.
  • For each dependent, the additional fee will be $500.
  • Permit application fee of $25 will also be collected once approved.
  • All fees quoted are in Bahamian currency.
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Bahamas Digital Nomad Visa requirements

4 documents required for Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay

Visa Application Form

Completed online application form for Bahamas

Passport Copy

A clear scan copy of passport of home country with the information pages that has signature. Provide the pages of your current passport showing your photo, personal details and passport issue and expiry dates. Must be valid for six months beyond the expiry date of the visa. Passport copy for the primary applicant and all dependents.

Medical Insurance

International health insurance specifically covering the territory of Bahamas and indicating the validity of good coverage. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency. Medical insurance for the primary applicant and all dependents. Global health insurance for remote workers and nomads.A fully-equipped health insurance made for remote workers and nomads who spend as much time abroad as they please. Full coverage in your home country, and no exclusions for pandemics.

Proof of Business or Employment

Proof of employment, including self-employment outside Bahamas, such as β€’ Freelancer: Freelancing Contracts β€’ Full-Time Employee: Letter of Confirmation from the Organization β€’ Entrepreneur: Company Ownership or Partnership Statement Persons applying to work remotely in The Bahamas will need to attach a job letter from current employer or proof of self-employment.
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Travel information of Bahamas

Bahamas is part of North America with main city at Nassau. Its Developing country with a population of 378K. The main currency is Bahamian Dollar. The languages spoken are English.
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