As the pandemic forces you to work from home, consider these beautiful destinations as options to work from. These countries are welcoming remote workers.
The Republic of Estonia has launched its new Digital Nomad Visa earlier in August. The visa will allow remote workers to live and work in the country for up to a year.
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley's govt is developing a special 12-month visa for remote workers for up to a year at a time. This means you can relocate yourself, live and work on the island for up to a year.
Georgia has designed a new visa programme for nomads who are looking to stay and work in the country for six months or even longer.
Those who wish to apply will have to earn a minimum of $2000 a month to be able to pay taxes while in Georgia.
Dubai has come up with its new visa program where remote workers (along with family) can stay in a city for up to a year while also working remotely for the companies. If your visa gets approved, you will have plenty of benefits. Visitors would be allowed to open a local bank account, get internet access, have a local phone number, and even enroll kids in school.
The new visa programme offers temporary residence to remote workers. The interested applicants will, however, need to ensure that their skills are required in the country.
Bermuda has also launched a new residency certificate policy. Interested applicants must not be less than 18 years old, hand over proof of employment, should have health insurance, and be able to provide sufficient means of continuous source of income, as per the Bermuda Government.
Germany has new residency policies which are for remote workers and freelancers. The freelance visa will be for three months, which can ,later on, be converted into a residency permit. Applicants must show proof of income, letters of recommendation from previous employers, and travel insurance.