Croatia’s digital nomad visa might make an impact on January 1, 2021, based on the Dutch entrepreneur Jan de Jong.
The Dutch entrepreneur, who lives in Cut up for greater than 14 years now, has harassed that “my understanding is that the modifications accredited on November 25 come into impact on January 1, 2021, so IN THEORY, the Croatian digital nomad visa might be accessible then,”
The entrepreneur repeatedly has been trying to promote Croatia as an acceptable place by which digital nomads can reside and work.
Jan de Jong has recalled that by an open letter he urged Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic to think about introducing a digital nomad visa in Croatia, on July 11, on his LinkedIn account.
Again then, the entrepreneur born within the Netherlands referred to as Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic to observe Estonia’s instance and introduce digital nomad visas as quickly as doable.
He additionally highlighted that his put up in LinkedIn relating to digital nomads received greater than 450.000 views.
As for its latest letter, he harassed that with acceptance of the brand new Alien Act, on November 25, “you might have really delivered, making Croatia among the many first nations on the planet to welcome digital nomads by regulating their short-term keep.”
In this letter, the entrepreneur has thanked Croatia’s Prime Minister for his help, from the second he offered the thought.
In August, Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic introduced that the nation plans to introduce digital nomad visas quickly, for all individuals who want to work independently of location and time.
Just lately, the Parliament of Croatia handed the brand new Overseas Nationals Act, below which will likely be abolished the annual quota for the employment of internationals.
The digital nomad visa permits internationals who’re fascinated with working in several jobs, no matter their location and time, primarily within the discipline of expertise, advertising, and finance.
In June, Estonia became one of the first countries worldwide to introduce such a visa, after the nation’s authorities accredited the amendments to the Alien Act with a view to permit the creation of this visa.
In August, Estonia opened its application for the digital nomad visa, allowing worldwide residents in Estonia to work as a freelancer or for a worldwide employer.