This is your go-to guide for countries seeking remote workers and digital nomads. We will continue to update this guide as more countries and information is made available relating to remote work travel. 

For digital nomads that like floating and working wherever they want in the world, COVID-19 has been a serious buster to the lifestyle. 

Well, good news! Countries all over the world see major benefits in having digital nomads and remote workers travel in and work on long-term visas. 

Below are the countries that will allow you to continue or start achieving your digital nomad dreams. 


Tallinn, Estonia

Digital nomads can obtain an e-visa in the country without having to actually be there. If you’re interested in starting a business in the EU right now, this opportunity is a hard one to pass up. Applicants with a gross monthly salary of 3,000 euros (about $3,530) or more from a remote work job can apply.

Estonia also has one of our most favorite coworking spaces in Europe. So if you end up going, you’ll have to check it out.

Initially, Estonia will make 1800 visas available annually that last a year long. However, keep in mind visas are not guaranteed and the government will look into applications just as thoroughly as any other one. 



This beautiful beach country, not too far off the east coast of the USA, is making a 1 year residency certificate available to remote workers. 

You must be 18 years of age or older to participate. You must have health insurance, and supply proof of employment or enrollment in an educational program.


The country has an interesting incentive to convince foreigners to come live and work within the country. 

Introducing the 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp program. You can fill out the application form here. There’s a $2,000 application fee for individuals and a $3,000 application fee for families. You must also be able to prove that your annual income is $50,000 or more.



While Americans are still not permitted to travel to Georgia (the country of course) there is still a way Americans can get there. Foreigners that work from anywhere are encouraged to apply for the program, and the application will be made available soon. The application will require a certificate of employment or contractor, as well as a consent letter stating you’ll undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.


Ochos Rios, Jamaica

While there’s no specific program, Jamaica allows you to apply for visas longer than the typical 30-day one. Talk to a Jamaican embassy near you to find out how to get one. This will allow you, as a digital nomad/remote, more time to work in paradise!

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