SBA wants lower permit fees for small businesses

| 14/02/2014

(CNS Business): The local Small Business Association is pushing for lower immigration costs for small businesses in the Cayman Islands. In this week’s video interview with CNS Business, SBA President Joel Scott said this was the main issue for the group and they don’t believe that their costs for work permits, for example, should be the same as for a large entity that is well established and can afford to pay the larger fee. They would also like to see the work permit process speeded up, as well as changes to the process “so you don’t have to go back five or six times to get different information and have to re-do  things,” Scott said. However, the SBA is optimistic that, with this new government, change is coming. Read more and watch the video on CNS Business

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