Croatia next in line to launch digital nomad visa

7 Jul 2022
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On 26 August Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic suggested that the government will launch a digital nomad visa.

 

The prime minister posted a photo of himself on Twitter with Dutch entrepreneur Jan de Jong, based in Split, who was pushing the concept of a digital nomad visa along the lines of those that Estonia recently launched.

 

"With a Dutch businessman with a Split mail, Jan de Jong, on the latest Aliens Act, which would render Croatia one of the world's first countries to effectively control the" internet nomads "live," Plenkovic wrote.

 

Croatia is among the CEE countries experiencing a decrease in population, as many people in other EU countries, particularly the young and trained, are leaving for better opportunities. De Jong claims, though, that it can be an appealing designation for international nomads, which will further improve the local economy.