Before Covid, remote working was the preserve of IT Programmers and Social Media bloggers but in the last couple of years there has been a seismic shift in the way that people work. Life/Work balance has taken root in the psyche of the working population and things may never be the same again.
If you now don’t need to commute for 2 hrs a day into a rainy London in November, do you even need to be in England?
Can you do the same job remotely? If so, why not be sitting by the sea in Thailand or enjoying the snow-capped peaks of the Alps?! Whatever your preference we’re here to help. We can assist with your re-location and provide world class medical insurance coverage, no matter where you choose to settle in the world.
A digital nomad is a highly prized asset and countries are now actively competing against each other to attract remote workers to their shores. Some people choose to work in the ‘grey’ area, i.e. working in a country on a tourist visa which may work for a couple of months but if you want to stay somewhere for longer then making yourself ‘legal’ can really have its benefits.
Whilst some Nomad visas can cost a few hundred dollars, they generally pay for themselves via benefits that become available as a resident such as access to healthcare and the ability to rent long term accommodation.