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A digital nomad uses telecommunication technologies to perform their work duties, and conduct their lifestyle in a nomadic manner. Such workers typically work remotely--from home, coffee shops, public libraries, etc.

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What (permit?/visa?) is required for a non-EU citizen to work REMOTELY for a Czech company (from abroad)?

I'm a US citizen residing in Finland, where I'm studying for a master's degree. A Czech startup would like to hire me for part-time remote work while I continue residing in Finland, but we are all ...
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How can I get a stable internet connection in Antigua and Barbuda year round?

I am looking to apply for the year round 2 year digital nomad visa in Antigua and Barbuda but have heard conflicting info about internet stability. I work remotely and must have stable connection. ...
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"Digital Nomad" in the United States?

Is it possible to stay in the United States as a digital nomad? Essentially, I'm a non-citizen and I don't have a green card. My work is fully remote, and I'm getting paid within my citizenship ...
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Do ALL documents need to be translated & notarised for the Spanish Digital Nomad visa?

I am applying for the recently created Digital Nomad visa for Spain. At the bottom of the page it states (emphasis mine): SWORN TRANSLATIONS AND LEGALISATIONS All documents must be translated into ...
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Work Permits for Digital Nomads: Any Countries with Remote Job Offers, No Employment History Required?

I've been researching digital nomad work permits lately. It appears that, in every country, it is typically required to demonstrate a work history with your current employer for a few months before ...
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Form of proof of professional experience for Spanish Digial Nomad visa

I am a U.S. citizen working on my documentation to apply for the Spanish Digital Nomad visa. I meet all the described requirements in terms of income, contract, health care, etc... but I don't have a ...
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Is it practical for a retired U.S. citizen to live part-time outside the U.S. without having a permanent residence in the US?

I am a retiree who is considering living part-time outside the US in one or more Schengen zone countries over the next several years. I would stay less than 90 days each visit in the Schengen zone, ...
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South Africa tourist visa renewal for digital nomad/expat

I am looking for a visa option to make South Africa my semi-permanent home. I would like to apply for 2-3 separate tourist visas each year and extensions for each, ideally spend a combined 8-10 months ...
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Currently, as a US citizen, does one require to apply for a work visa if planning to work remotely in France for up to a maximum of 30 days?

Or would the visa-free entry granted for US Citizens be alright as long as the period of stay in France is under 90 days.
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Working remotely from Germany for a US-based company?

I'm a US citizen, and from my understanding, I can visit Germany for no more than 90 days visa-free. I work for a US-based company, and I can work remotely, and I want to see if it's feasible for me ...
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Digital Nomad Visa for Brazil (12 months)

Has anyone successfully received the Digital Nomad Visa for Brazil? How was the process? I'm especially interested to know about whether translations of documents are required and if they should be ...
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Work for a foreign company while on a tourist residence permit in Turkey?

I am staying in Turkey on a tourist residence permit (ikamet). I've been told that it's forbidden to work in Turkey on tourist residence permit. I am starting a remote job for an American company soon....
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Estonian Digital Nomad rules for Schengen travel

What are the rules of spending time and working in the Schengen zone if you have the Estonian digital nomad visa? For example, without any visa I could spend up to 90 days in the Schengen zone without ...
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Beginner Digital Nomad-Visa for Canada

I’m confused. I want to stay in Canada for 3 to 6 months to get my online business going take a break from America and get other skills that I would learn online while there and maybe take a language ...
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Can you work remotely for a company while being a student in Germany?

As a non-EU student in Germany, I'm allowed to work up to ~20 hours per week. Since I cannot freelance or be self-employed, can I somehow work remotely for a foreign company (Malta) while being a ...
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Can I work remotely in Australia for 2 months per year?

I have a UK employer and wish to work remotely (which is possible, I work from home often) while in Australia for 2-3 months per year. Technically this is not long enough to be considered living in ...
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Where do I pay taxes if I live overseas and get paid in a foreign currency?

I've been traveling the world on a Working Holiday visa, moving every 6 months or 1 year. I'm Italian. I now moved to Canada, first as a tourist, and recently I got a working holiday visa, for a total ...
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Digital nomad - capital gains treatment

I am planning to be a digital nomad. I understand that most income is taxed at source, so employment will be taxed based on contract, rental income where the property is located, etc. The one area I ...
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Postal address without fixed abode?

Disclaimer: I'm not sure if this question is appropriate for this site, Travel SE, both or neither. For a great many amenities which are useful to most people (e.g. bank accounts), you need to supply ...
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Can I be a tax nomad?

In March I'm starting life as a digital nomad, and I'm doing research about taxes. I'm originally from Poland. I had full-time job for 3 years and I was self-employed for 2 years there. Later I moved ...
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US citizen looking to visit UK for 1 year

I am a US citizen employed at a company that is very flexible with working remotely. My girlfriend is a UK citizen and I want to live with her while continuing to work for my American employer in the ...
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Traveling Engineering Consultant [closed]

All, I was referred here from travel.stackexchange. MY whole life I have lived in upstate NY. This is not enough for me. I want to spend the majority of my time travelling to other countries and ...
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Can US citizens work remotely for US-based company while visiting Italy with tourist visa?

I am a US citizen work remotely for a US-based multinational corporation. I will be visiting Italy for less than 6 weeks while visiting friends and doing research to start my own company. Do I need a ...
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Short term stay in Ireland while employed by US company - work permit required?

I am a South African working remotely as a software engineer for a US company. My work can be done from anywhere in the world and so I plan on combining it with some travel. Ireland is an obvious ...
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Digital nomad on tourist visa with registered business - registered citizen where?

So I want to become a digital nomad next March in the Philippines. I'm also working on a startup with a few Filipinos, with whom we already won Startup Weekend Manila and so far it seems promising. We'...
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As a digital nomad, is it possible to live such that one owes no tax obligation?

This answer makes an interesting observation that At the end of the day it's even possible you're not explicitly required to pay taxes anywhere. Is this really true? Under what circumstances ...
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How do French rules about social security apply to digital nomads?

I am a French citizen and I'm negotiating with my company to work as a digital nomad for the next years. This means that I would move from country to country every 3 months to 1 year. My company has ...
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