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Canada offers remote work visas for freelancers & digital nomads

Canada offers remote work visas for freelancers & digital nomads
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Canada has announced that it will introduce a remote work visa for freelancers and digital nomads in 2024 to adapt to the changing nature of the labor market.

This program aims to attract international talent by allowing people to temporarily live in a country while working remotely, eliminating the need to visit local offices and institutions.

A special visa will be issued to digital nomads. Digital nomads are defined as independent contractors who can work from anywhere within Canada.

The move is in line with a growing global trend as countries streamline procedures and enable remote working amid difficulties in finding skilled workers.

Digital nomads were previously permitted a maximum of six months of stay on tourist visas in Canada.

The government is now developing a comprehensive “tech talent strategy” to attract foreign workers in an effort to increase the size of its workforce.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada spokesman Isabelle Dubois emphasized the expected advantages, stating, “We anticipate that some digital nomads will opt to stay in Canada, contributing their skills to employers here.”

In an attempt to draw in highly qualified IT professionals who thrive in remote work, plans are in motion to establish a framework that would allow entrepreneurs to apply for extended work licenses, which might last up to three years.

Asserting Canada’s dedication to allowing remote workers, the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Office promised further information in the coming months.


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A recent analysis by MBO Partners found that the number of Americans who identify as digital nomads has significantly increased, to 17.3 million (about 11% of the workforce). Indicating an increasing tendency toward freelancing and remote work, which is anticipated to continue over the coming years, this number shows a two percent increase from 2022.

Benefits of the Canada Digital Nomad Visa

  • Work-Life Balance: Enjoy the flexibility to travel and work at the same time, achieving the perfect work-life balance.
  • Explore Canada: Immerse yourself in the spectacular landscapes, vibrant cities, and rich cultural experiences Canada has to offer.
  • Adapt to a Refreshing Environment: Escape the dullness of homebound work by adapting to a new and refreshing environment, boosting creativity and productivity.
  • No age restrictions– Unobstructed by age, the Canada Digital Nomad Visa welcomes individuals of all ages to apply and explore.
  • No need for an IELTS score– English proficiency is not a obstacle, as the visa eliminates the requirement for an IELTS score.
  • No CRS score or points system– The visa simplifies the application process by removal of the points system, focusing on individual skills and experience.
  • No ECA requirements– Educational background is not a barrier; the visa omits the need for an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA).
  • Swift processing in just 28 days– With a rapid 28-day processing time, successful applicants can quickly begin their digital nomad journey in Canada.

To apply for the Canadian Digital Nomad Visa, you need to:

  • Be presently employed outside Canada.
  • Have a job compatible with remote work.
  • Show sufficient funds for a 6-month stay in Canada.
  • Having lodging plans with friends or family in Canada is beneficial, showing your connections in the country.

Find out if you need a visa to travel to Canada

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