Anguilla has launched a program allowing remote workers to spend three months to a year on the island. Renowned for its coral reefs and stand out beaches, Anguilla is a stunning place to visit, and thanks to a new initiative, remote workers now have the option to live and work on the square-mile Caribbean island. The British Overseas Territory is offering up extended visas in a bid to lure "digital nomads" over.
According to the Anguilla Tourist Board, successful applicants will be permitted to spend between three months and a year in the country. While anyone can apply, Anguilla, which has recorded just three Covid cases and no fatalities, is giving priority to those from countries deemed "low risk" -- where the coronavirus "prevalence" is less than 0.
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