Goog things come to those who wait…
Nine months ago, TCN reported that a Montenegro digital nomad visa would be introduced in early 2022, with the President of Digital Nomad Association Croatia, Jan de Jong, one of the instigators.
De Jong, whose LinkedIn letter to Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic was the catalyst to Croatia’s digital nomad permit last year, has been an avid promoter of the digital nomad movement, and he had some good news for those looking to spend up to two years, extendable by another two, in Croatia’s southern neighbour:
And it’s official! Montenegro ?? has followed into the footsteps of its neighbour, Croatia – by introducing it’s digital nomad visa!
Digital nomads can now apply for a 2-year permit, which can be prolonged with an additional 2 years. Wow!
During those 2+2 years, digital nomads are exempt from paying income tax in Montenegro.
The entire Adriatic region has so much to offer to digital nomads – so it’s great to see Montenegro making strategic decisions welcoming remote work professionals by granting them staying permits.
For those digital nomads whose Croatian DN-permit expires – you now have a chance to stay in the region
Digital nomads – welcome to the most beautiful part of Europe…the Adriatic region!
President Digital Nomad Association Croatia
Exciting times for the region. You can follow the latest news and features regarding digital nomads in Croatia in the dedicated TCN section.
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