Previously, digital nomads have needed to visit Estonia with a tourist visa, but this allows them much less time in the Baltic nation. It also hampers their ability to work freely, and describe their trip as being for business.
The visa still needs to go through a number of parliamentary processes before being approved, but today marked a positive step forward. And it’s reflective of Estonia’s positive outlook towards digital nomads in general and professional innovation.
They already offer people from all over the world the opportunity to run a company in Estonia through their unique e-Residency program, something digital nomads have taken full advantage of. With the help of Xolo, hundreds of digital nomads run their companies entirely remotely, just needing the help of wifi to manage their business online.
You don’t just need to take our word for it, here are a few examples of successful digital nomads who are also Xolo customers: