Live and work remotely in Georgia on their new long-term visa


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Tbilisi, Georgia | Photo by Denis Arslanbekov on Unsplash

Situated at the intersection of Europe and Asia is the former Soviet republic, Georgia. Home to Caucasus Mountain villages and Black Sea beaches, Georgia is a hidden gem filled with mountainous backdrops and medieval charm. And its enchanted landscape could soon be your new home and workspace.

The country plans to open its borders to all international tourists in August and will also be launching its long-term visa which welcomes those who want to work remotely from Georgia for up to six months. The programme is part of the country’s plan to support its tourism sector which has been gravely affected by global travel restrictions.

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In order to qualify for the visa, interested applicants will need to fill out an online form and submit preliminary confirmation documents such as; proof of travel insurance, a certificate of employment, and personal information. Those who qualify will also be expected to quarantine for a minimum of 14 days (at your own expense) when arriving in Georgia.

Georgia joins a list of territories such as Sicily, Bermuda, Japan and Portugal, all looking to boost their tourism sector with travel incentives.

There is no official application form yet, but the Ministry of Economy is continuously updating its website which you can view here. Read more the latest COVID-19 related news.


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