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Spain’s Digital Nomad Visa Is Finally Open For Remote Worker Applications

For remote workers looking to travel the world, Spain’s digital nomad visa is finally available.

International remote workers who are not European Union nationals and holders of this visa can live and work in Spain for up to five years.

The visa was approved in November 2022 as part of the new Startup Act whose goal is to attract entrepreneurship and improve Spain’s tech industry.

Those eligible for the visa must work remotely for a non-Spanish company and can be either freelance or employed by a single company.

There is also an income requirement of around €28,000 per year ($30,167.02) depending on changes in Spain’s minimum wage.

But Spain isn’t the only country remote workers can explore as Italy, Greece, Croatia, and Portugal have all introduced some digital nomad process.

Most digital visas can be applied for through a consulate or embassy in your home country.

To learn more about the benefits of being a digital nomad, check out the video below:

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Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

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