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Antigua And Barbuda digital nomad visa requirements

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Want to work and stay in Antigua and Barbuda? Get Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa visa requirements and application. You need to show a proof of income of $50000 per year. You also should own an independant business or be self employed.With Nomad Digital Residence Visa visa, you can stay for 24 months. Antigua and Barbuda offers digital nomad visa and people can use this to work and stay in Antigua and Barbuda.
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Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa details

  • The Nomad Digital Resident Visa Programme was designed for persons and their dependent who are not a resident or national of Antigua and Barbuda, the opportunity to work away from their homeland, while in the safety of a warm tropical island.
  • This visa is good for 2 years, and visitors will be required to maintain their own health insurance plan while staying within the country and enjoying its 365 different beaches.
  • Earn at least $50,000 per year
  • Own travel/health insurance plan
Max Stay 24 months
Income $50K per year
Visa Fees $2K
Business Needed
Insurance Required
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How to apply for Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa

Step to get Antigua and Barbuda Digital Nomad Visa
Check documents checklist and scan them before hand. All documents that are not in the English language, must be translated and notarized.
Fill out the online application form.
Submit any documents and pay the visa fee. Non-refundable fees are to be paid when the application is made, and proof of payment must accompany every application.A receipt will be issued for the applicant and declared dependents. The receipt of payment must be sent via email, after completion of application. Email: ndrprogrammeanu@ab.gov.ag
Review the information you have entered and send your application.
Wait for the approval. Applicant(s) will be informed by email of successful application(s).

Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa fee details

  • Single: USD $1,500.00
  • Couples: USD $2,000.00
  • Dependants (Family of three persons and over): USD $3,000.00
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Antigua and Barbuda Digital Nomad Visa requirements

12 documents required for Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa

Visa Application Form

Completed online application form for Antigua and Barbuda

Passport Photo

Photo must be no older than 6 months

Passport Copy

A clear scan copy of passport of home country with the information pages that has signature. Provide the pages of your current passport showing your photo, personal details and passport issue and expiry dates. Must be valid for six months beyond the expiry date of the visa. Passport must be valid for more than 2 years.

Birth Certificate

Birth Certificate of the applicant in home country. Birth certificate of applicant and/or any dependent(s).

Proof of Business or Employment

Proof of employment, including self-employment outside Antigua and Barbuda, such as β€’ Freelancer: Freelancing Contracts β€’ Full-Time Employee: Letter of Confirmation from the Organization β€’ Entrepreneur: Company Ownership or Partnership Statement

Proof of Funds

Proof of funds by the applicant. Expected income of no less than US$50,000 (Fifty thousand US dollars) or its equivalent in other currencies, for each year of the 2 years in Antigua and Barbuda Means to support and any accompanying dependent(s) during the 2 two years of stay in Antigua and Barbuda.

Fee Payment

Proof of fee payment for the visa.

Medical Insurance

International health insurance specifically covering the territory of Antigua and Barbuda and indicating the validity of good coverage. The policy should cover all expenses for repatriation, emergency. Coverage of applicant (and dependent(s) if any) for the period of intended stay in Antigua and Barbuda. Global health insurance for remote workers and nomads.A fully-equipped health insurance made for remote workers and nomads who spend as much time abroad as they please. Full coverage in your home country, and no exclusions for pandemics.

Police Clearance Certificate

Police Clearance Certificate of the applicant in home country. Clearance for each applicant (and dependents if any) over the age of 16.

Spouse/Dependant Passport Copy

A clear scan copy of passport of home country with the information pages that has signature. Provide the pages of your current passport showing photo, personal details and passport issue and expiry dates. Must be valid for six months beyond the expiry date of the visa. Passport must be valid for more than 2 years.

Marriage Certificate

Marriage Certificate of the applicant.

Relationship Letter

A Proof of relationship (if not married) for partner or proof of guardianship of dependent, of whom the application is made, by the main applicant. A Notarized Letter of relationship (if not married) for partner or proof of guardianship of dependent, of whom the application is made, by the main applicant

Antigua and Barbuda Nomad Digital Residence Visa conditions

  • Successful applicants and their dependents (if any) will be expected to pay Income Taxes in the countries in which they are normally resident. No personal income tax is payable to Antigua and Barbuda.
  • Applicants are not allowed to work for any entity of any kind in Antigua and Barbuda, nor to derive any income from any entity in Antigua and Barbuda.
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Antigua and Barbuda is part of North America with main city at Saint John's. Its Developing country with a population of 86K. The main currency is East Caribbean Dollar. The languages spoken are English.
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