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6 Countries You Can Migrate To For Peanuts Part 1 by nohitch: 10:14pm On Jun 11, 2023
considering the shege we are seeing at this point in time, a good number of us, will want to migrate to better countries.

But the requirements can be back-breaking.. but not to worry, I got you covered.

One of the many reasons I love remote jobs is that, they give you access to migrate to foreign countries without having to meet up with so many requirements, unlike the normal cost & requirements of moving to other countries.

This type of immigration is empowered by what we call “digital nomad visa”.

A digital nomad visa or in some cases a temporary residency permit allows a visitor a right to stay in a country and work remotely via a computer/laptop to a foreign-based employer or business.

These visas typically have a duration of 12 months and can be extended for one or more years depending on the country issuing the visa.

It would interest you to know that the only 4 requirements you should meet up are :

--be up to 18 years old,

--make sure you earn a particular amount from a company in that country. (there are cases where you do not need to be working for that country, ie: you can work for UAE and relocate to Argentina)

--you have to show proof that you have worked with a business in that country for more than a year. --house accommodation (this can be arranged between you and your company)

Here are 6 countries that issue digital nomad visas to freelancers and remote workers:

Please note, that for all these countries you can extend your visa, by another one year and, in most cases, if you register your remote job as a business in some of these countries, you can apply for a permanent residence permit.

1. Seychelles:
The visa cost is 45 Euros and the duration for the visa lasts a year. The income to prove is somewhere around 5000 Euros.
Internet speed: 26.6Mbps.

2. Mauritius:
The visa cost is free and the duration for the visa lasts a year. Income to prove work for a company within or outside Mauritius remotely.
Internet speed: 27.58Mbps

3. Malaysia:
The visa cost is $220 + $110 for a spouse or dependent, and the visa duration lasts 2 years.
Income to prove: work for a company within or outside Malaysia remotely. ($24000 yearly)
Internet speed: 93.01Mbps

4. Taiwan:
The visa cost is $100 + $310 depending on nationality and duration, length is open end.
Income to prove: $5700 monthly
Internet speed: 124.2Mbps

5. UAE (Dubai / Abu Dhabi):
The visa cost is $100 + $310 depending on nationality and duration, length is open end.
Income to prove: $5700 monthly Internet speed: 124.2Mbps

6. Ecuador
The visa cost is $495 and lasts 2 years
Income to prove: $1275 a month
Internet speed: 51.09Mbps.

Country worthy of mentioning.

Brazil: The visa cost is $129 and lasts 1 year (can be renewed)
Income to prove: $1275 a month
Internet speed: 102.24Mbps

So, what are you waiting for?

If any of these countries want to give you a digital nomad visa, would you still want to stress yourself to get a normal visa that will cost you a lot of money,?

Why not learn how to start getting remote jobs that will pay you $3k and above monthly?

Simply sign up here to get more info: https://nohitch.com/cpcein/

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