Digital nomad visas are spiking due to workers being freed from having to work in the office. Such visas pave the way for remote workers to work and live legally in a certain country over time periods spanning from one month to four years. There are currently 46 countries that offer digital nomad visas, which is intriguing for those workers who wish to work abroad. Due to the pandemic, individuals and the world have changed, and long-term work in international locations is much more attainable than once thought.
- More and more countries recognize the benefits of attracting revenue-generating, self-sustaining remote workers.
- The 46 countries range from Belize and Bermuda, to Croatia and Greece, to Taiwan and Vietnam.
- Regulations vary regarding visa duration, application costs, tax liability, and insurance requirements.
“Months or years working in an international locale is no longer as far-fetched as it once sounded.”