Now that we are getting to start working remotely and it is expected to be the same for next year or so, many countries have started welcoming tourists to work at their place as an office of their choice.
Among the countries, the island nation of Barbados is welcoming tourists and is planning to introduce a 12 months ‘Barbados Welcome Stamp’ for visitors working remotely.
The country where famous singer Rihanna was born is known for its beaches, tropical weather and lifestyle. Speaking about the project Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley said: “The government is committed to working with you on the promotion of new concepts like the 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp, being able to open our borders to persons travelling and making it as hospitable as ever for all of us…”
Announcing the new visa project the PM said: “You don’t need to work in Europe or the US or Latin America if you can come here and work for a couple of months at a time.”Barbados opened its gates to visitors from July 12 but with many restrictions in place which will help prevent travellers to bring back the COVID-19. Tourists visiting the island should present COVID-19 negative test results to enter the island. Barbados has reported only 103 coronavirus cases since the pandemic began and is now one of the places where people can visit.