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Pirates, Italy has recently approved a decree to allow Digital Nomads from non-EU countries to live and work in your pick of the many breathtaking cities the country has to offer.
Read on to learn more!
The "Decreto Sostegni Ter," which was signed into law last week by the Italian government, will offer 12 months visas to non-EU remote workers, with the option to renew.
Many details are not yet defined, but the decree is looking to attract highly skilled workers and freelancers employed by non-Italian companies. Part of the requirements for the visa is health insurance and a minimum income (which has not been decided.)
Italy is the newest one of several countries with a similar type of scheme aimed at digital nomads, such as the Cayman Islands, French Polynesia, the Maldives, Croatia, Georgia, and Spain, among others.