3 Caribbean Countries That Are Offering Visas To Digital Nomads

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The current pandemic is not ending anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean remote workers or digital nomads need to stay in their home countries. Many nations have opted to provide special work visas and permits for remote workers who have specific incomes. The regulations vary by country, but these three countries are actively welcoming nomads for a year or more. 


This sunny island has created the “Barbados Welcome Stamp,” which gives digital nomads a 12-month permit to work and live in the country. There is a pretty hefty application fee of $2,000, and you have to make a minimum of $50,000 a year to qualify. However, this visa can be renewed, so you can stay for more than a year.


This sunny island, dotted with pink sand beaches, is offering its own digital nomad visa. The best part about this one is you don’t need a set income, and the application fee is only $236. Bermuda is an expensive place to live though, and accommodation can be hard to find.

Antigua and Barbuda

Another visa up for grabs here is the “Nomad Digital Residence” visa. The visa lasts for two years, and you must have an annual income of $50,000. The fee to apply is $1,500.