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Dominica is offering 18-month visa for remote workers

With the pandemic changing the way, travel is for many countries. Nations all across the world and some have implemented/planning to implement vaccine visas and much unique travel trend to welcome tourists to their nation.

Out of the many trends, one of the most popular trends during this phase is to offer long-term digital visas. Initially, this was started by some countries however, it has now been embraced by various other countries.

Many countries across the globe are making it easier for remote workers to become temporary residents. Now, one of the newest countries to embrace the trend is Dominica.

As per the latest news reports, the island nation of Dominica is inviting remote workers and digital nomads to bring their work-from-home setup to the Caribbean. The country recently announced the Work in Nature concept with an extended work visa where visitors can opt to relocate to Dominica for up to 18 months.

Dominica is a country of splendid waterfalls, volcanoes, rain forests, natural hot water springs and has the Caribbean first long-distance hiking trail. Due to its distinct features, Dominica has earned a nickname as Nature Isle of the Caribbean.  With the WIN visa, visitors can experience a long-term stay here.

Under this program, both family and individuals are welcome and Dominica is also offering a family bundle program to encourage children to attend school on the Island. To be selected under this program one has to prove that an individual earns a salary of $50000 (INR 3622370).

Apart from splendid landscapes, Dominica also provides high-speed internet services, a modern healthcare facility, and many such incentives under this program.

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