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Jobs prospects in Caribbean

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Hi everybody! I have searched this a lot on internet but could not find any answers.

Anyway, I am a Pakistani national and I am considering moving to Caribbean for work. I am an auditor by profession, working in one of the largest international audit firms' office in my country, and my professional body allows me to obtain membership of the local chartered accountants institutes in Caribbean. This means that I will be legally eligible to practice audits in most Caribbean countries, and further the institutes of whom I am able to get membership are are the highest levels of institutes of their kinds. In other words, being a chartered accountant is the highest level of qualification an accountant/auditor can get in Caribbean. Moving on, I have found that I will not need visa to enter Trinidad and Tobago, so my first priority is Trinidad followed by Barbados, Bahamas and so on.

I want to know what are the chances of me securing a job in my field in Caribbean (more importantly Trinidad). And further if anyone can vouch for this statement, I will need to enter on a tourist visa and then look for a job, once I find it, my employer can file for my work permit. Is that right?

Any responses will be greatly appreciated.

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