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The island of Bermuda has reopened its borders to people from other countries, and now the island has gone a step further by offering one-year residencies.

So starting August 1, if you’re not from Bermuda you’re allowed to work, research, or study on the island for an entire year.

According to Forbes, All you have to do is apply for a Residential Certificate on the government’s website and pay a one-time fee of $263.