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Colombia launched the digital nomad visa; See how it gets to you

We have good news for adventure lovers! Recently, Colombia officially launched the digital nomad visa. With the advent of the pandemic, remote work has become a reality for many people.

Colombia is a culturally rich country, with different landscapes, and best of all, the cost of living there is low. Cities like Cartagena, MedellĂ­n, and Bogota will enchant you with such beauty.

Due to all these features, this is one of the most interesting destinations for people who are looking for new experiences.

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Now, Colombia has joined many countries around the world that have launched Digital Nomad Visawhich targets remote workers and entrepreneurs who want to live in another country for the long term.

It is possible to travel to Colombia without issuing a visa. The country’s borders, fortunately, are open to Brazilians. However, you are only allowed to stay in the country for 90 days, and in some cases, the period can be extended for another 90 days. That is, it is possible to stay for 180 days without a visa.

The new visa, aimed at digital nomads, will allow them to stay for up to two years. Therefore, this visa is indicated for people who want to spend more than 6 months a year in the country.

How to get a digital nomad visa?

To obtain the visa, the person concerned must provide proof of employment in the country of origin or proof of self-employment. In addition, it is also necessary to prove an income of at least 3 million pesos (on average, R$3,300).

In this regard, proof of health insurance will also be necessary. Therefore, the Colombian Digital Nomad Visa is definitely one of the easiest visas to apply for given these requirements.

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It is worth noting that this visa is also available to those who intend to spend time in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and most countries in Europe and Latin America.