50 Mary Street, George Town, Grand Cayman
Phone: ( 345 ) 946-2745
Cell: ( 345 ) 939 – 1554
Sonia Morrison comes to Capstone Group Ltd., with over 17 years experience in the area of customer service and banking.
Passionate about people , the move to Capstone Group Ltd. was a natural fit. Prior to joining Capstone Group Ltd. Sonia was a Manager of Funds division at one of Cayman’s leading Offshore banks.
Sonia maintains active involvement in community service organisations . Currently, she serves on the Royal Cayman Islands Police Cricket Club Committee. Sonia studied Business Administration and International Finance.
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We can assist with processing passport or visa applications from start to finish. Let our experienced consultants provide cost efficient services for the entire family.
How long can I work in the Cayman Islands on a work permit?
The term limit for workers is now 9 years, unless otherwise indicated.
Persons employed in certain occupations in the fund administration and reinsurance industries – 10 years for those with a 10 year permit prior to the recent changes on 28 October, 2013.
How long can a work permit be granted for at a time?
Depending on the term limits referred to above, a work permit is generally issued for periods up to three years at the discretion of the relevant Board or the Chief Immigration Officer. The Board or the Chief Immigration Officer may, again subject to the term limit provisions, however, grant a work permit for a period of up to:
English Language Requirements?
If a prospective employee is not a national of an English speaking country they will be required to take an English language test before their arrival in the Cayman Islands. The result of the test must be submitted with the work permit application.
If the prospective employees are found not to possess a sufficient knowledge of the English language the work permit may be refused.
What must I provide when applying for an annual work permit?
In order to help us process your application as quickly as possible, we need all details about the role you are applying for including medicals etc. For an exact list, contact us.
Is it possible to have a dependent included on a work permit?
Yes. If a work permit is approved, any dependents listed on the application may, at the discretion of the Board, be included. It is also possible to apply during the currency of a work permit, to add or remove dependents.
Is it possible to work for more than one employer on a work permit?
If it is clear on the application that the work permit is to be shared by two or more employers, then this will be taken into account by the Chief Immigration Officer. It is also possible to apply for an amendment to the work permit during its currency, to add or remove an employer.
If my employer has applied for a renewal of my work permit before the expiry of my existing work permit, may I continue to work whilst awaiting the outcome of the decision on the application?
Yes. Provided the employer applied for the renewal of the work permit before the expiry of the existing work permit, you may continue to work for the same employer on the same terms and conditions until the outcome of the application (and any subsequent appeal to the Immigration Appeals Tribunal) is known.
How much does an annual Work Permit cost?
This depends on the type of job you are applying for.
To discuss please contact us.
A child or grandchild of a Caymanian born in the Cayman Islands;
A person who is a British Overseas Territories Citizen by reason of a certificate of naturalization or registration issued under the British Nationality Act 1981, by virtue of his connection with the Islands. Possession of a British Overseas Territories Citizen/Cayman Islands (BOTC/CI) Passport, is not conclusive proof that the holder is Caymanian;
A person who is married to a Caymanian;
A person who is the surviving spouse of a Caymanian;
A person who has attained the age of seventeen has Caymanian Status which will expire when they reach the age of eighteen; or has expired as they have reached the age of eighteen; and who has been legally and ordinarily resident in the Cayman Islands for at least five out of the seven years immediately preceding the date of their application for the continuation of the right to be Caymanian.
A person who:
May apply no later than 21 December 2007 to the Chief Immigration Officer for the right to be Caymanian. The Chief Immigration Officer is required by law, save in exceptional circumstances, to grant such an application.
From time to time appealing a decision maybe necessary to gain a decision.
If you are in such a position please contact us.
Persons who have been legally resident in the Cayman Islands for a period of at least 8 years may apply for Permanent Residency. Applications may be made for themselves, spouses and dependents to reside permanently in the Cayman Islands.
More information can be found at www.immigration.gov.ky
Anyone wishing to work in the Cayman Islands must first obtain a work permit.
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Anyone wishing to work in the Cayman Islands must first obtain a work permit with the exception of the following:
A Temporary Work Permit may be issued for periods of up to six months at the discretion of the Chief Immigration Officer and for all occupations. A Temporary Work Permit may be extended or renewed if it was issued for a period of less than six months initially.
Capstone Group Ltd., was incorporated in the Cayman Islands in 2013.
We provide a wide array of services, which include property management, immigration, concierge and business management services.
Our professional and experienced team is committed to delivering quality service, with the highest standard of customer care. We support our team development through in-house training, and participation in industry events.
For those without expertise, matters relating to Work Permits & Immigration can often be complex and stressful, and can impact greatly upon your company’s plans , or individual’s aspirations
We aim to respond quickly to the needs of our clients, providing clear & accurate advice, options and solutions to your business and immigrations needs
Capstone is committed to developing the Cayman Islands future leaders. We currently have a mentorship program, providing on-the-job training opportunities to young Caymanians seeking career development as business professionals / entrepreneur.
Sonia will be devoted to ensure that the services received, are provided timely, confidentially and of the highest standards. She will continually look for opportunities to enhance your experience, by anticipating your wants, suggesting events and services to enrich life experiences for you, your family and your business.
Sonia is a Senior Service Manager, at Capstone Group Ltd. She has been working in the financial industry for over 10 years, where she has developed high business acumen and extensive experience in customer service. She is very organized, and works diligently, to ensure that she exceeds clients’ expectations.
As your service agent, Sonia will work seamlessly with you and our team of service professionals, to ensure the service you receive, exceeds expectations.