Dear Digital Nomad,
as the world slowly starts to adjust to the new normal of remote working, the sunny island of Cyprus is one of the latest countries to capitalise on the trend. Offering a new visa for non-EU nationals, the Cypriot government has increased the cap from 100 to 500 nomads in 2022. With its stunning beaches, Mediterranean weather, and ancient history, the island is quickly becoming a popular destination for digital nomads. If you’re considering a move to the sunny island, this article will provide you with all the information you need to know about the new visa.
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