Republic of Georgia Digital Nomad Visa
Freelancers, remote workers, and self-employed people can spend up to one year in Georgia with Remotely from Georgia. Although this program is not technically a Startup Visa, the ease of starting a business in Georgia also makes it a great fit for startup founders who can meet the financial requirements.
- Bring family
- Free, fast, online application
- Low required income
- Low local tax (1% up to $155,000 per year in income)
- Low cost of living
- Easy to start a business
The Republic of Georgia is an emerging travel hot spot, and travelers flock there for historic architecture and churches, unique food, and plentiful outdoor activities like hiking and skiing in the Caucus mountains. Georgians are renowned for their hospitality and friendliness, and lingering over meals with friends and drinking the local wine is one of the joys of living there. In fact, Georgian’s winemaking traditions are recognized by UNESCO as among the world’s oldest.
The Work Remotely from Georgia program is one of the most accessible digital nomad visas, as it only requires $2,000 per month of income (or a bank deposit) and is open to self-employed people and remote workers. You can bring your family, too, with no extra income required.
As the growing number of digital nomad meetups and co-working spaces in Tbilisi make clear, this welcoming visa, the simplicity of registering a business, the low tax rate, and the low cost of living make the Republic of Georgia a great place to work remotely abroad.
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COST OF LIVING
$2,000 per month income
$24,000 bank balance
Must be from one of 95 countries offered visa-free entry to Georgia.
Apply online and submit your documents here.
You will receive approval within 10 days.
- Proof of travel and health insurance
- Proof of relationship to dependents, such as marriage license and birth certificates (if requested)
- Financial proof, such as bank statements or contracts
- Proof of business or employment, such as freelance contracts or a letter from your employer
Other documents may be requested.