Want to live and work in ________ ?

_________ is a diverse and beautiful country, here's everything you need to know if you're thinking about living and working there

Posted by Seb 15 Feb 2021 | Share this page

An ever-growing number of nomads enjoy living and working in some of the most desirable locations in the world. More than just a week of holiday in the sun, nomads soak up the true experience of living and working for months or years in places most only dream of. So and read on to see how easy it could be for you to set up abroad.

Why ____________ ?

____________ is a great place, with attractions such as x y and z, famous for things to do like 1 2 and 3, and towns and cities a b and c which are desirable for reasons.

Where to stay

What areas of the big cities? What about satellite towns that might be cheaper? Is there sufficient long term AirBnB lets in these areas? What about quieter areas near nice beaches or similar?

What to do

_________ is famous for drinking beer and hang gliding so why not do both? Get yourself a Virgin Experiences voucher using our affiliate link

Nomad jobs that suit nicely

Tax laws in ____________ mean your poker winnings are tax free. There’s also a large concentration of yacht executives so lots of networking opportunities at the bar for freelance boat designers

So what do you need?

We’ve searched the market for everything you need and put forward our best picks below. Think we’ve missed something? Let us know!

Right to work

As a UK citizen you have no rights since Brexit. You might need a visa to work in ____________ if the job you’re doing is in column A, otherwise you might be cool under column B. Either way you can stay for up to 24 months before needing to bugger off.

Work visa needed for stays longer than 5 minutes in the following sectors:

No visa needed if you're doing any of the following for no more than 10 mins:


  • Health
  • Electronics inc loss and accidental damage
  • General 3rd party?
  • What about legal cover and translation services?
  • Car/bike

Broadband and Mobile phone (which may include broadband)