10 countries that give long term visa while working remotely
Posted on July 14, 2022
- A new initiative, ‘Live and work,’ was launched recently to identify the world’s most remote worker-friendly destinations.
- This initiative accommodates governments and Destination Marketing Organizations in reviving tourism and support economically.
- Caribbean, Bali, and the Canary Islands are planning to collaborate with more than 20 destinations worldwide.
A new initiative for remote work
To live and work anywhere, including the Caribbean, Bali, and the Canary Islands, have been collaborating with 20 destinations worldwide and soon will provide long term visa
The 20 destinations are :
|Baja California Sur||Mexico|
|Cape Town||South Africa|
|Dubai||United Arab Emirates|
|Palm Springs, California||USA|
|Tampa Bay, Florida||USA|
These countries will work closely with many organizations for the next few months to make custom-build hubs for the destinations by displaying lists with the best local long-term stays, entry-related requirements, and tax policies. These destinations will also get collaborated with the educational campaigns to foster responsible hosting and remote working. These destination hubs will get ready to open soon this year.
These destination hubs will get established in destinations ranging from entire countries to more minor; and also, new un-explored towns will be selected for remote workers and the emerging policies and their progression for people who want to live and work in a different region and attract a new type of traveler.
There was a delay during the pandemic, as there was already a collaboration happened with around 160 governments and DMOs to encourage the return of tourism to their communities, including Buenos Aires, Malaga, and the French Rural Mayors Association.
Based on the Harvard Business School research, it was obvious that digital nomads and remote workers are much more beneficial to the economy. This also played a major role in nurturing entrepreneurship in the communities where they stay and designing “technology clusters” worldwide.
The proposed initiative proposes that companies expect everything to move normally in terms of travel, which might help re-energize Indonesia’s tourism industry that, gets a better focus and higher quality stays. Now, Indonesia is all set to welcome the world that includes digital nomads looking for remote work-friendly locations like Bali. Bali offers multiple amenities, including infrastructure and a lifestyle closely related to nature and the local community.
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