Lose the crowd

Work. Life. Bliss.

Trade your humdrum home office for a Caribbean island paradise.

Lose the crowd

Work. Life. Bliss.

Trade your humdrum home office for a Caribbean island paradise.

Lose the crowd

Work. Life. Bliss.

Trade your humdrum home office for a Caribbean island paradise.

Work from
Paradise.

Experience a remote work dream on Beyond Extraordinary Anguilla.
*All Digital Nomads must complete an individual application (including children).*

Launched in August 2020 the Lose The Crowd Find Yourself. Work. Life. Bliss. programme allows digital nomads to live on Anguilla from three to twelve months while experiencing their remote work dream. Families and students can also awake to the sound of turquoise waves and white sand beaches while putting life and work in balance with every day being a working vacation.


Awake to the sound of turquoise waves crashing on untouched white sand beaches. Put work and life back in balance from a destination that turns every day into a working vacation. Applicants who meet the requirements can work from Anguilla for up to 12 months.

About the experience

Who it's for...

Stay period:
91 Days - 12 Months

Frequently asked questions

Answers to questions you may have.

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Registering a business in Anguilla

Business Licence Requirements: View requirements

Business Licence: Apply here

Anguilla Financial Services Commission: Learn more

Accommodations

From luxurious five-star resorts and private villas to charming beach-front hideaways Anguilla offers many comfortable choices for an extended stay.

Long stretches of white beaches, golf courses, fine dining and personalized service are just some of the many perks you’ll find. Here you’ll find a dream home away from home that you and your family will love.

Download list of realtors in Anguilla

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Living on Anguilla

There’s no other way to put it. Life’s a Breeze. With lots of Wifi.


On Anguilla, you’ll find plenty of space to stretch your expectations, relax and enjoy as much distance as you need to be comfortable. At 35 square miles, Anguilla has over 30 Grocery & Convenience Stores around the island that make accessing the basics and the specialities a breeze.

During your off-hours and happy hours, you'll be dining in the Caribbean's cuisine capital, enjoying a long list of unique activities, and soaking up the sun at 33 breathtaking beaches.

Home schooling in Anguilla

The process for home schooling

All non-resident applicants must apply via the Department of Immigration. The parent(s) of the child/children will need to complete an application form to attend school in Anguilla. Documents needed (Immunization Record, School Reports).

Once approval is provided for them to attend school in Anguilla – the Department of Education will have them complete a Home Schooling Application – if a private institution is their referred choice.

Blake’s Christian Academy
Mr. Andrew Blake:
blakeshomeschool@gmail.com

Guishard’s Academy
Mr. Ross Guishard:
jujubean1819@gmail.com


Gospel Light Christian Academy
Ms. Coleen Vanessa Thompson:
cvanessaandrew@gmail.com

Omololu International School
Mr. Robert Beach & Lorraine Thompson:
rbeach@omololuschool.org & lthompson@omololuschool.org


Visit beatcovid19.ai for all other information related to schooling in Anguilla.

Grocery shopping

At 35 square miles, Anguilla has over 30 Grocery & Convenience Stores around the island that make accessing the basics and the specialities a cinch.

View list of supermarkets

Get active and unwind.

Things to do

Experience Anguilla

See more things to do here

Shipping my personal details

There are a number of options for persons interested in shipping personal items to Anguilla. The island has a wide range of shipping providers inclusive of Crowley, Tropical Shipping, FedEx & DHL.

Download the list of Shipping Providers and cost details here
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Connectivity

Anguilla is the perfect Caribbean location for long-term stays for working professionals. Many of our accommodations provide access to conference rooms, business centers and state of the art technology.

Our telecommunications companies provide various packages that include super high-speed internet, affordable international calling, online payments, and more. You’ll find strong cellular coverage throughout the island along with many local businesses offering free wifi.

Anguilla has two telecommunications network providers in Flow & Digicel. Both companies offer diverse packages that include prepaid and post paid contract options.

Super high speed internet, affordable international calling, online payments and more. Download the specific details for setting up a mobile/broadband plan here in Anguilla.

Visit Digicel's website
Visit Flow's website

Safety

Since closing the borders in March, The Government of Anguilla has taken every precaution to safeguard the island from the spread of COVID-19. With the only 3 confirmed cases fully recovered in April of 2020, the island and people of Anguilla have set an exemplary standard throughout the region in their management of COVID-19. Our island's response efforts have been internationally recognized as a model for other island governments worldwide.

In June of 2020, Anguilla was officially categorized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as having “no cases” of COVID-19. Since closing the borders in March, The Government of Anguilla has taken every precaution to safeguard the island from the spread of COVID-19. The island and people of Anguilla have set an exemplary standard throughout the region and the response efforts have been internationally recognized as a model for other island governments worldwide.

Health services information
Emergency contact information
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Travelling to Anguilla

Due to the closing of Anguilla's borders, our air and seaport schedules are currently limited. All visitors must apply for entry and gain approval before accessing any entryways.

All our arriving and departing passengers are required to wear a facial covering during transit and through ports of entry. Upon arrival, all travellers must undergo temperature testing – whether walk-through or physically doing temperature checks.

Passengers are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test, receive and present negative results within three to five days of travel. Upon arrival, all travellers will also be required to be tested before and at the end of the 10-14 day Stay in Place.

Walking with your pet?

See pet importation details here

What are you waiting for?
Paradise is just a few clicks away...

Applying:
What to expect

Want to make your remote work dreams a reality? In approximately 14 days after submitting your application, you could be approved for Anguilla’s remote work programme. Here’s how to get started:


Requirements:

Here's what we'll need from you.

A completed application form.

Apply here

Proof of Employment or Business Incorporation Certificate.

Proof of Visas (where applicable).

Visa requirements here

Police Record (with a validity of not more than six (6) months for all applicants 18 years and older.

Proof of relationship to dependents.


Each applicant (as well as each family member) will also submit:

Copy of Birth Certificate.

Copy of Passport Picture Page.

A brief description of the work the applicant will be doing.

Proof of school enrollment for students

Fees:

Family: US $3,000.00
per family up to 4 persons (applicant; spouse and dependents a child or step-child under age 26 or any other relative who by reason of age or infirmity of body is wholly dependent on the applicant for sustenance)
US $250 for each additional dependent

Individual: US $2,000.00

Student: US $2,000.00

Customs guidelines

Once all personal effects are confirmed to have arrived, the first step taken is to collect the Bill of Lading for the particular shipment at the office of the Shipping company/Agent used to ship the items to Anguilla. The Shipping Company/Agent will advise of additional documentation where necessary.

A properly itemized list of all personal effects and corresponding values must be also be completed. See example below:

Item Value
6 Shirts US$50.00
1 Hair Dryer US$20.00
5 Dresses US$200.00
Total: US$270.00

Submit the Bill of Lading and the itemized list to Customs Broker who will then create a Customs Declaration which is required to clear the personal effects.

Submit the completed Customs Declaration to the nearest Customs Clearance Office (the Port where the goods for clearance are located). On submission of the Customs Declaration to the Any necessary payments will also be made at the Customs Clearance Office for the storage of goods.

After payment, the documents will be vetted based on the designated lane chosen by the selectivity engine.

Upon satisfactory examination of the declared goods by the Examining Officer, the goods are released.


Please note that new items are dutiable and must be declared if they don’t qualify as a conditional Customs exemption.