SAWP Participating Countries – Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program

The citizens of the following countries may participate in the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program.

Country Capital Population* Official Language(s)**
Mexico Mexico City 128,219,126 Spanish
Anguilla The Valley 14,731 English
Antigua and Barbuda Saint John’s 96,286 English
Barbados Bridgetown 277,821 English
Dominica Roseau 73,925 English
Grenada Saint George’s 111,454 English
Jamaica Kingston 2,890,299 English
Montserrat Plymouth 4,649 English
St. Kitts-Nevis Basseterre 52,441 English
St. Lucia Castries 181,889 English and French
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown 110,211 English
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain 1,363,985 English

* Population figures are just estimations and to help you compare the population size of these countries.
** Residents of these countries may speak languages other than mentioned on this table.

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