Veteran Nomads, Blogger Couple Launches Nomad Visa Calculator


Digital Nomads and founders of the blog ‘Goats on the Road’ recently developed and launched a tool to help aspiring digital nomads determine the destinations they can travel to based on their annual incomes.

The Digital Nomad Visa Calculator tool uses a database of the minimum income requirements of the various countries offering digital nomad visas to suggest destinations that fit your budget. 

One need only enter their annual income in the field provided, and the website will produce a list of eligible countries. 

The calculator, a startling success among the traveling community worldwide since its development late last year, has been featured on Forbes, NomadList, and countless publications over the past few weeks.

The calculator tool first appeared in a blog post where one of the blog’s founders, Dariece Swift, writes about ’12 easy digital nomad visas.’ 

The 12 countries which made the list include:  

  1. The Bahamas
  • Valid for one year (extendable for another two) 
  • There are no income requirements.


  • Proof of employment/ownership of your own business
  • Valid passport
  • Health insurance
  1. Malta
  • Valid for one year (extendable for another two) 
  • Not subject to personal income tax in Malta (if you stay less than 183 days)


  • Must be a third-country national (excluding the EU/EEA/Switzerland. And any sanctioned countries) 
  • Work for a foreign company, be self-employed or be a business stakeholder primarily established outside Malta
  • Earn a monthly income of at least $2924 (gross/pre-tax) for three months before the application
  • Provide proof of health insurance
  • Show proof of accommodation in Malta
  1. Georgia
  • Valid for one year
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  • Fill out the ‘The Simplified Entry Form’
  • If you’re from one of these 95+ countries, you can live and work in Georgia without restriction 
  1. Mauritius
  • Valid for one year
  • There is no application fee 
  • Foreign nationals from these 114 countries can apply
  • No income tax is due unless deposited into a Mauritian bank account
  • Dependents can apply


  • Provide proof of valid health insurance
  • Provide proof of long-stay accommodation 
  • The primary place of business or source of income and profits is from outside Mauritius
  • Bank statements for the past three months
  • Proof of monthly income (no specified amount)
  • Return flight ticket​
  1. Barbados
  • Valid for one year
  • You are not liable to pay income tax


  • You are location independent (self-employed or working remotely for a company outside of Barbados)
  • Have an income of $50,000 for the year that you intend on living in Barbados
  • Provide a passport-sized photo
  1. United Arab Emirates
  • Valid for one year (extendable)
  • It’s a multiple-entry visa
  • Receive many benefits that residents of Dubai get (banking, schools, resident ID card)
  • No income tax


  • For employees: proof of employment from a current employer with a one-year contract validity, a minimum of $5,000 per month salary, last month’s payslip, and three preceding months’ bank statements
  • For business owners: proof of ownership of the company for one year or more, with an average monthly income of $5,000 per month and three preceding months’ bank statements
  • Passport valid for six months
  • Health insurance with coverage in the UAE
  1. Anguilla
  • Valid for one year
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  • Proof of Employment or Business Incorporation Certificate
  • You must earn enough money to support yourself in Anguilla
  • Proof of entrance visa (if applicable)
  • A police background check
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • A brief description of the work you’ll be doing
  • Health insurance covering COVID 
  1. Bermuda
  • Valid for one year 
  • No income tax


  • You haven’t been convicted of a crime in Bermuda or elsewhere
  • Provide proof of valid health insurance coverage
  • Proof of employment or ownership of business outside Bermuda
  • Have substantial means or have a continuous source of annual income 
  1. Seychelles
  • Valid for one year
  • No personal or business tax in Seychelles
  • Special offers for remote workers (healthcare, opticians, etc.)


  • You must be a remote worker — either an employee or a business owner
  • Provide proof of employment or ownership of a business 
  • Provide proof of income or wealth
  • Have a valid travel/health insurance policy
  • Provide proof of accommodation in Seychelles
  1. Croatia
  • Valid for one year
  • Not liable for income tax (however, it may be due on passive income rather than salary income–do your research)
  • Depedables can apply


  • You are a non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizen.
  • You work for a company or own a company registered outside of Croatia.
  • Proof of health insurance
  • Proof of purpose: signed contract from your employer and statement from your employer, or copy of the registration of your own company
  • Provide proof of the means for your stay in Croatia. Either:
  1. Show bank statements proving you’ve earned $2,465.69 per month for the past six months
  2. If you are staying for 12 months, show that you have $29,588.28 in your bank account
  • Police background check
  • Provide an address in Croatia (apartment, hotel, hostel, etc.)
  1. Mexico
  • Valid for up to four years (freely enter and leave during that time)
  • No income tax will be due in Mexico unless your center of vital interest is in Mexico
  • You can open a bank account
  • You can purchase a vehicle and register it
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  • Show any of the following proof of wealth:
  1. Show an average monthly balance of $43,000 12-months prior to application
  2. Proof of a monthly tax-free income of over $2,500 for six months prior to application (the values are subject to change)
  • You will be in Mexico for more than 180 days but less than four years
  • You don’t have a work authorization
  • You are working and earning money for a company outside Mexico
  1. Cyprus
  • You can stay for one year in Cyprus (extendable for another two)
  • If you are a tax resident of another country, income tax isn’t due
  • Dependables can apply


  • You’re a non-EU and non-EEA citizen
  • Have to be self-employed (primary clientele outside Cyprus) or working in a company registered abroad 
  • Proof of monthly net income of at least $3790
  • Criminal record check
  • Health insurance 


Aqil K
Aqil K
Aqil writes about travel, tourism, and covers the many aspects of the digital nomad lifestyle.


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