Spain Joins The Trend To Issue Visas for Digital Nomads

Spain has announced plans to offer “digital nomad” visas, allowing non-EU nationals to move and work there.

The visas will provide remote workers with a lower cost of living and tax savings.

These visas will be available to people who work for overseas companies or those who earn no more than 20% of their income from Spanish companies.

The law has not yet been passed, but it is expected that the visa, which would effectively be a residence permit, will initially be valid for one year. It is expected to be renewable for up to five years, depending on the circumstances of the applicant.

Close family members, such as

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