10 best countries for freelancers with digital nomad visa

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10 best countries for freelancers with digital nomad visa

If you dream of living in the land of eternal vacation, we found 10 best options where you can combine remote work with paradise life. You will also learn what a digital nomad visa is and how it will help freelancers.

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Freelancing can be called the best profession in the world. The reason for this is that you can work both at home and on the seashore or in the mountains, in short, anywhere. Freelancers like to relax in comfort, combining it with work. That is why the Digital Nomad visa was created, which provides the maximum number of advantages for those who work online. 

Digital nomad visa

Digital Nomad visa is an immigration tool that allows the holder to reside in some countries for a long period of time. There is no need to apply for permanent residence, residence permit or citizenship and pay taxes.

The digital nomad visa allows you to stay in the country longer than with a tourist or business visa. Most often, when applying for such a visa, you will not need a large package of documents, but a prerequisite is the availability of money in the account and health insurance.



The digital nomad visa appeared in Estonia during the pandemic. It was the first country to introduce this type of visa. With its help, remote workers can live in the country for a year. 

To obtain this visa, you need to show a contract with an employer, a contract with a client or business registration documents.

You also need a resume and a bank certificate confirming the availability of at least 3500 euros in the account. 



Georgia is a great option for living and recreation. There is a stable Internet and it is possible to work remotely. To do this, you need to show a document that you earn more than $ 2000 per month. Or your account must have more than 24 thousand dollars. 

Staying in the country for more than six months, you need to pay a tax of 20% of income. But if you register as an individual entrepreneur, only 1% of your income will be taxed. In this case, you can stay in Georgia for permanent residence.


Most freelancers dream of living on the ocean with white sand somewhere on the island. Bermuda has it all. Work from Bermuda visa allows you to live and work in Bermuda without confirming the level of salary.

Living here is not cheap - it is the first country in the world in terms of cost of living. However, as they say, there is a buyer for every product.



Croatian nomadic visa became available in 2021. It allows you to stay in the country and work remotely. You can apply for a nomadic visa both while in Croatia and at the consulates of your country of residence.

Czech Republic

There are a lot of foreign freelancers living in the Czech Republic. The fact is that here for some time there is Zivno - a visa for freelancers. It allows you to work in the country for 12 months, then it can be extended. Among the requirements is the availability of 5700 euros per person in your bank account.


Germany has a special visa for freelancers called Aufenthaltserlaubnis für selbständige Tätigkeit. In fact, it is a residence permit for self-employed persons for three years.

There is also a good quality of life and stable Internet in different regions of the city.


If you want to live in a country of stunning landscapes, crystal clear air, then you need to go to Iceland. For freelancers, a long-term visa is available here, which is valid only for 6 months. However, it can be extended later. 

Iceland is one of the most expensive countries in terms of cost of living, so this place is more suitable for those who earn well.


In Norway, it is possible to apply for an independent contractor visa. Yes, life here is expensive, but very comfortable. Therefore, freelancers who have a good and stable salary choose this progressive country for their residence and work. To apply for this visa, you need to confirm your place of residence, as well as provide a certificate from the bank about the availability of 35,000 euros on the account.


If sun and white sand beaches are vital for you, choose Portugal for your residence and work. It is not a problem to obtain an entrepreneurial and independent work visa here. This document is issued for a year, after which you can easily renew it for another 5 years. And after 5 years you can apply for permanent residence.  The cost of this visa is only 83 euros, your bank account should have 600 euros per month. And housing and food are inexpensive here.


In Spain, remote workers can get a visa that allows them to work and live for a year. Subsequently, the document can be extended for another 2 years. There is inexpensive housing (especially in non-resort areas), amazing cuisine, beautiful beaches and quality internet.