The top 15 countries for obtaining digital nomad visas
Quick summary: What’s this booklet about?A digital nomad (also known as a remote worker or a location independent professional) is a person who uses modern technologies to work and live in a nomadic manner. Digital nomads may, for example, work from co-working spaces, coffee shops, or hotels. They usually travel from country to country, thus combining their work activities with visiting various tourist attractions.
Location-independent professionals often use tourist visas to work from the countries they visit. This is technically illegal and may have serious legal consequences. To ensure that they are on the right side of the law, digital nomads are advised to obtain the so-called digital nomad visas which allow people intending to stay for a short term in a country to reside and remotely work in that country.
In this article, we discuss the top 15 countries for obtaining “digital nomad” visas. Those countries are the UAE (Section 2), Panama (Section 3), Estonia (Section 4), Costa Rica (Section 5), Croatia (Section 6), Greece (Section 7), Antigua & Barbuda (Section 8), Georgia (Section 9), Spain (Section 10), Malta (Section 11), Iceland (Section 12), Mauritius (Section 13), Norway (Section 14), Mexico (Section 15), and Portugal (Section 16). At the end of this article, we provide concluding remarks (Section 17).
By reading this book, you will learn:
- THE UAE
- COSTA RICA
- ANTIGUA & BARBUDA