Digital nomads can add Malaysia to the growing list of countries rolling out the red carpet for remote workers.
The Southeast Asian country just announced an enticing digital nomad visa program that could make it a top destination for location-independent professionals worldwide.
The new DE Rantau Nomad Pass, launching Oct. 1, 2022, allows foreign remote workers to stay in Malaysia for up to one year and is renewable for an additional 12 months.
To be eligible for the program, applicants must:
Earn at least $24,000 per yearBe a freelancer, independent contractor or a full-time remote workerShow proof of employment, such as freelance client contracts or an employment contract with
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