Hon. Minister Kenneth Bryan Meets with Global Citizen Concierge Program Participants

Cayman Islands 13 July 2021
The Hon. Minister Kenneth Bryan with Global Concierge Citizen Program participants and employees from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism and Workforce Opportunities & Residency Cayman (WORC).
On July 8, the Hon. Minister met with several of the participants in the Global Citizen Concierge Program (GCCP) at the Stamp Day event at George Town Yacht Club. Participants were invited to receive the official stamp in their passport as well as network with other GCCP participants. As you can see, a great time was had by all as participants shared their experience with the Minister.

The GCCP is an initiative launched by the Cayman Islands in October 2020, which allows persons who are employed outside of the Cayman Islands with the financial independence to work remotely, relocate, and live in the Cayman Islands for up to 24 months.

The Hon. Minister Kenneth Bryan talking with the Orsler family (Jamie, Bonnie, and their children Deliah, Cassidy, and Rafferty) who are GCCP participants at the GCCP Stamp Day event.

The Hon. Minister Kenneth Bryan gives a high five to Emilia Gordillo. Her parents, Patricio Gordillo and Denise Claux, are GCCP participants along with their other daughter Matilda.

The Hon. Minister speaks with GCCP participant, Lynne Wester.

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