ST JOHNS, Antigua – The Caribbean country of Antigua and Barbuda is providing much-needed space for workers throughout the world, with the launch of its Nomad Digital Residence (NDR) Programme, that allows persons to work safely and with ease from the twin-island paradise for as long as two years with the new NDR visa.
Announced by Antigua and Barbuda’s prime minister, Gaston Browne, the Nomad Digital Residence programme is designed to attract persons who can meet the requirements of their employers or their clients, while working remotely.
Under the programme, eligible persons can live and move freely throughout Antigua and Barbuda for up to two years, and benefit from Antigua and Barbuda’s no personal income tax status.
“Antigua and Barbuda is in a unique position to offer the ‘Nomad Digital Residence’ programme. Our very small number of COVID-19 cases and our effective system of containing community spread, makes our country one of the safest environments in the world”, said prime minister Browne.
Antigua and Barbuda’s minister of tourism, Charles Fernandez said, “Antigua and Barbuda represent the perfect place to escape and enjoy all the space you need – space to move, space to think and space to work. The Nomad Digital Residence programme encourages persons to broaden their horizons and consider Antigua and Barbuda when thinking of work from home options.”
The country’s telecommunication system, linked seamlessly to the rest of the world, places it in an advantageous position to attract persons seeking a safe environment in which to work and live their lives.
For more information on the Nomad Digital Residence programme, go to www.antiguanomadresidence.com/
Persons entering Antigua and Barbuda on the programme will be required to comply with all of Antigua and Barbuda’s protocols regarding COVID-19 which can be viewed on www.visitantiguabarbuda.com