The Spanish Digital Nomad Visa – Valencia Expat Services

December 15, 2022 | MumAbroad Life Video Channel

The details of Spain’s Digital Nomad Visa will come clear in January 2023.

But what do we know so far?

In this MumAbroad Life interview, Laurence Lemoine tells us how non-EU citizens will soon find it easier to live and work in Spain – without changing employer.

What do we know about the Digital Nomad Visa?

The government in Spain is going ahead with a ‘startup law’ which is intended to digitalise business, encourage entrepreneurship and drive the Spanish economy. The digital nomad visa has been submitted as part of that law, and details are expected in January 2023.

Laurence explains what the Spanish visa is, how it came about and what it might mean for those wanting to work digitally from Spain.

We don’t know yet about the tax structure, the minimum income requirements and the duration of the visa, but we do know:

  • The visa will be for self-employed or full-time workers who can do their job remotely
  • The visa will allow eligible workers to bring their families along
  • The visa will much easier to obtain that current visa schemes

For example, it’s expected that workers will be able to apply for the digital nomad visa from within Spain.

Laurence Lemoine – Valencia Expat Services

If you are looking to obtain a digital nomad visa to live and work in Spain in 2023, then contact Laurence Lemoine.

Here’s here website:

Laurence Lemoine founded Valencia Expat Services in 2017. Laurence is a journalist and reporter who has been an expat in numerous different countries for the past 20 years including Lebanon, Gambia, the UK, Portugal and now Spain.

She helps expats from all over the world settle in and around the Valencian Community in Spain. In the future, she hopes to expand her services south to Malaga and Marbella.

More information

You can read the MumAbroad profile page for Valencia Expat Services here.

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By 2014, the network had grown to include information on child-related services, schools, family activities, shops, family holidays and restaurants across Spain and three other European countries. The international network is proud to feature a Women in Business directory, giving home-country, expat and immigrant women a platform to reinvent themselves after maternity leave and serve the MumAbroad community.

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