Italy is one of the world’s favourite holiday destinations. But now, with millions of people no longer required to be in offices, Italy is becoming a favourite for digital nomads – those who work outside of their home countries and change location frequently.
Until now, there has been no way for digital nomads to work legally in Italy long-term.
But good news came earlier this year when a new visa for remote workers was approved and signed into Italian law, on 28 March.
Since then, many of our readers have been asking for more details on how the visa will work and when it will be available.
So we spoke to global mobility
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