It is important to be aware that your spouse or children are not automatically entitled to reside in Cayman even if you hold a valid permit. He or she must be a named dependant on the permit and a separate application must be filed.
All accompanying dependants must also submit an original medical questionnaire (if over 18 years of age) and, if it is a spouse, a certified copy of your marriage licence, any final divorce decree, and an original police clearance certificate.
If the dependant is a child, a certified birth certificate naming you as a parent and (if old enough) a letter from a Cayman Islands’ private school confirming acceptance is required (expat children are only allowed to attend private schools, unless their parents work for the government). Where appropriate, arrangements for home schooling can be made.
The WORC will consider, along with other factors, your ability to financially support your dependants. Dependants can also be added to a Temporary Work Permit. See the Immigration section for more information.