Iceland introduced the Iceland Remote Worker visa in 2020, providing digital nomads with the opportunity to live and work in this captivating country.
Aspiring digital nomads looking to settle in Portugal can apply for a D7 Passive Income visa, which allows them to reside in the country for a year.
Mexico's temporary resident visa serves as an ideal option for digital nomads, but it comes with a limitation of a maximum stay of 4 years.
For those aspiring to work in Svalbard, one of the world's costliest places, Norway offers a digital nomad visa to facilitate remote work opportunities.
Croatia also introduced the Digital Nomad Visa in 2021, with the aim of enticing freelance workers to live and work within its borders.
Estonia offers a specialized visa, known as the Digital Nomad Visa, introduced in 2019, to attract and accommodate digital nomads who wish to reside and work in the country.
Digital nomads seeking to work remotely in Germany have the option to apply for a freelance visa, allowing them to work in the country as freelancers.