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Shiny and New at Baraud

I’m Melissa Comparin, the newest member of the Baraud team and a guest blogger of sorts! So my journey started with a vacation to this beautiful country and now here I am working with Baraud… with a few choice details

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Getting married in Grand Cayman: As Easy as A, B, C!

My name is Nikeeta and I am Baraud’s legal recruiter. I was born and raised in London and moved to Grand Cayman in March. Ever since my first trip to the Caribbean as a child, I always knew that I

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What’s so good about Cayman?

“The world is so empty if one thinks only of mountains, rivers and cities; but to know someone who thinks and feels with us, and who, though distant, is close to us in spirit, this makes the earth for us

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Heroes for Hannah – 2nd Annual Head Shave Fundraiser

How to: Survive and Thrive as an Expat in Cayman!

Welcome to Cayman… You’re going to be just fine! Surviving and Thriving in Cayman – Lessons for the Discerning Expat: Say yes to every invitation within the first 6 months. Basically, it’s 1989, you’re as vulnerable as that 3 year

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Visitor’s Visa v. Visitor’s Work Visa

Visitor’s Visa vs. Visitor’s Work Visa All persons arriving in the Cayman Islands are required to produce to an Immigration Officer a valid passport or other travel document that establishes his/her identity, nationality and his/her place of permanent residence. You

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Cayman: Legal market overview for expat attorneys

I would like to share my blog that was published on the Totally Legal website on 1 August 2014. Introduction The Cayman Islands are an overseas British territory consisting of three islands; Grand Cayman, and its two sister islands, Cayman

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A Thank You Blog!

I am writing my blog today to thank those individuals at the Immigration Department who provide me and the Immigration Team here at Baraud with exceptional service. Yes, I know you are probably all thinking that someone must have slipped

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“Travel changes you.” – How living in Cayman will change your Life.

“Travel changes you. As you move through this life and this world you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life – and travel – leaves marks on you. Most of the time, those marks

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The Art of the Follow-up

Okay, so you’ve found a suitable job opening, submitted your perfectly formatted resume and managed to secure an interview. You’ve researched the company and have prepared extensively for the interview. Finally, the day of the interview arrives and after the

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