Greece announces plan to introduce a special visa for digital nomads

Greece has announced plans to introduce a special visa for digital nomads, becoming the latest European country to welcome foreign remote workers within its borders.

The plan, which will be launched in the near future, was drawn up by officials from Greece’s Ministry of Migration and Asylum and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“We must create an organized, attractive environment for people that choose this advanced way of working,” said Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi, according to SchengenVisaInfo.com.

Mitarachi pointed out that the new digital nomad visa could be combined with a proposed tax incentive that would give remote workers a 50% income tax break for seven years if they move

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