Anguilla: Digital Nomad Visa
Remote workers, self-employed people, freelancers, and students can spend up to one year in Anguilla.
- Fast online application
- Bring family
- Can enroll children in school
- No minimum income specified
- Remote students qualify
- Tropical island
Home to just 15,000 people, Anguilla is one of the most sparsely populated islands in the Caribbean, so you’ll have plenty of space to stretch out on its 33 powdery white sand beaches—considered among the best in the world.
A U.K. Overseas Territory close to the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla offers a diverse restaurant scene with international and farm-to-table dining, adventure sports like kite surfing, and a range of music festivals that are famous worldwide.
Some services in Anguilla can reach speeds of 50 Mbps download/10 Mbps upload.
Details of arranging “packages that include super high-speed internet, affordable international calling, online payments, and more” are on the official website.
Cost of living
Anguilla’s cost of living is moderate to high compared to many cities in North America and Europe.
Regular income from employment or self-employment
Remote students also qualify
- $2,000 per person
- $3,000 for a family of 4 (includes applicant and 3 dependents), plus $250 for each additional dependent
Apply online here.
It processes within 7 days.
- Completed application form
- Proof of income, employment, or self-employment (business incorporation)
- Proof of relationship to all dependents (such as marriage and birth certificates)
- Accommodation details
- Valid police clearance, from past 6 months (for all applicants over 18 years old)
- Brief description of your work (for all applicants over 18 years old)
- People from countries on this list require a visa to enter Anguilla. In addition to applying to work remotely in Anguilla, these applicants will also apply for a visa in their home country (Anguilla is a U.K. territory, so visa instructions are here). You may also be able to apply online for an eVisa here.