The Caribbean islands of Curaçao, Aruba and Barbados are allowing remote workers to relocate to their territories for defined periods of time, Mental Floss reported.
Barbados will allow remote workers with a visa to live on the island for a 12-month period, while Aruba will allow telecommuters to live there for a three-month period with a possible time extension, the online news site said. Curaçao will allow remote workers to stay for six months with a possible six-month extension, the government of Curacao said in a statement on its website.
In Curaçao, workers will be required to have travel and medical insurance as well as proof of employment, according to the Mental Floss report.
In Aruba, the country’s tourism board is offering discounted deals on accommodations to make a long-term stay more affordable, it said.