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Tourist visitors who are citizens of the United Kingdom (including British Overseas Territories Citizens), Canada or the United States are not required to produce a passport. However, they must be in possession of an original or notarized birth certificate or an original or notarized naturalization certificate together with a round trip or through ticket showing that they are entitled to proceed or return to some place in a country or territory by virtue of their citizenship or residence.

Residents of the United States of America

A person resident in the United States of America who-

  • arrives in the Cayman Islands directly from that country;
  • on landing, produces a valid United States Alien Registration Card; and
  •  produces a return or round trip ticket to that country,

may be permitted to enter and remain in the Islands for a period not exceeding thirty days.

Residents of Canada

A person resident in Canada who-

  • arrives directly from the United States of America or Canada;
  • on landing, provides proof that he is a permanent resident or landed immigrant of Canada; and
  •  produces a return or round trip ticket to the United States of America or Canada,

may be permitted to enter and remain in the Islands for a period not exceeding thirty days.

Residents of the United Kingdom

A person resident in the United Kingdom who-

  •  arrives directly from the United Kingdom;
  •  on landing, provides proof that he is a permanent resident or landed immigrant of the United Kingdom; and
  • produces a return or round trip ticket to the United Kingdom,

may be permitted to enter and remain in the Islands for a period not exceeding thirty days.

Note: Persons who have been allowed to enter will be given a form by the immigration officer which they must retain and submit to an immigration officer at the time of their departure.