This Cayman Islands guide is crammed packed with vital information about moving, living and working in the Cayman Islands. Now in its twelfth year, this guide has proven to be invaluable to both new and existing Cayman residents. The guide has 30 chapters spread over 396 pages and covers topics such as: Moving to Cayman Finding jobs Immigration considerations Buying or renting real estate Building and improving your home Preparing for hurricanes What schools and further education options are available How to set up a business Recreational activities (diving, boating, sports, etc.) Health facilities and considerations Caymanas restaurant scene Social clubs and societies And a whole lot more! The information in the guide is meticulously researched and updated by a team of editors living in Cayman so you can be assured that you have the very best and latest information about the Cayman Islands at your fingertips. Enjoy!Should you choose to use the Public Health Clinic (Tel: (345) 244 2648) you should make your appointment well in advance. ... If your childa#39;s health insurance quota has been reached for the year, the Cayman Islands Government will absorb the cost of your childa#39;s immunisations. ... 1a2ere are many reasons why it is important to take care of a babya#39;s rst teeth: baby teeth are necessary for the proper ... Using 3D ultrasound scans, you can have a unique handmade painting created as aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Resident 2015 (Cayman Islands)|
|Author||:||Acorn Publishing Co. Ltd.|
|Publisher||:||Acorn Publishing Co. Ltd. - 2015-03-03|