Countries That Give Remote-Work Visas, And How To Get To Them

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If a change of scenery sounds like something you need, consider these locations where you can acquire a remote work visa! Many countries are promoting travel and remote work by offering great visas to foreigners looking to come into the country while remotely working. Take advantage of this recent cultural shift and see the world!

nerdwallet ~ ” Georgia (1 year, free) – Georgia is a country on the Black Sea that borders Turkey, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The country is a popular digital nomad hub, so it is no surprise that Georgia has begun offering digital nomads greater access. For Georgia, it’s more a form than a traditional visa, which makes the process even easier. Currently, only five countries (Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) are allowed direct, no-quarantine entry into Georgia. Since the U.S. is not on the approved list, this free, one-year visa is the only way U.S. citizens can live and work remotely in Georgia.

To apply, you will need to fill out an online application and, upon approval and arrival into the country, need to quarantine for eight days at an approved location. You will need to show proof of financial means and health insurance coverage that is valid for at least six months.

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Barbados (1 year, $2,000) – The Barbados Welcome Stamp is a new one-year visa that allows you to work from your laptop while living on the Caribbean island. You can apply online and, along with your application form, will need to submit a passport-size photo, the bio-data page of your passport and proof of relationship of any dependents traveling with you. The visa costs a steep $2,000 for an individual and $3,000 for a family. Barbados states that it will take roughly five working days to process the visa application. Valid medical coverage is a prerequisite for visa approval; however, if you’re unable to purchase a policy in advance, Barbados will offer medical insurance options.” ~ nerdwallet

To view more great locations from which you can get a remote work visa, and details for how you can get flights to these countries using deals and points, click the link below.

Source: Countries that will give you a remote-work visa, and how to get to them – MarketWatch

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