Colombia’s New Digital Nomad Visa Makes the Country One of the Best for Working Abroad
Stroll down Calle 10 in the El Poblado neighborhood of Medellin, Colombia, and you’ll notice many fellow pedestrians who don’t quite look like tourists on holiday, but certainly aren’t locals. The city, and El Poblado in particular, has become a major hub for digital nomads – those who work remotely and have the ability to travel the world as they please. The Colombian government is making it easier for the laptop-inclined set to spend more time in the country. On October 22, the country will debut a digital nomad visa that grants extended stays to those people can prove they work remotely and meet a specific set of requirements.