Avrupa’da uzaktan çalışmak isteyen yabancılara hangi ülkeler hangi vizeleri sunuyor?
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes in the world of work. The traditional blend of work and home has become a thing of the past, and remote work has become a vital part of daily life in many countries. Many European countries, including Croatia and Spain, have made it easier for foreign workers to obtain temporary residence permits to revive the tourism sector, which has been hit hard by the pandemic. These digital nomad visas also assist host countries in addressing other issues, including brain drain and an aging population.
EuroNews has compared the currently available or in-force remote work visas in Europe, including stay duration, application fees, and income requirements. Croatia, for instance, introduced a one-year residence program for digital nomads in 2021, with no income tax levied on remote workers. Estonia launched its digital nomad visa in the summer of 2020, and Italy has announced the launch of a digital nomad visa for high-skilled workers in March 2022. Applicants will need to meet a series of requirements, including a clean criminal record and being up-to-date with taxes.