Uruguay Unveils Digital Nomad Visa: A Gateway to Remote Work Paradise

Uruguay, known for its stunning beaches and mouthwatering steaks, is now making waves as an attractive destination for remote workers with the introduction of its digital nomad visa.


While Uruguay may not be the obvious choice for digital nomads, this underrated South American gem is making a strong case for itself with its hassle-free visa process and enticing benefits. The country’s digital nomad visa is one of the easiest to obtain, boasting a straightforward online application and no minimum income requirement.

One of the key advantages for digital nomads in Uruguay is the exemption of technological services from taxes. The government recognizes this as a significant advantage for tech-savvy professionals working remotely in the country.

If you’re enticed by the idea of savoring world-famous steaks, enjoying a high standard of living, and basking in pristine beaches while pursuing your remote career, Uruguay might just be the perfect fit.

Let’s explore how you can apply for Uruguay’s digital nomad visa.

To be eligible for Uruguay’s digital nomad visa, you must either work remotely for companies based outside of the country or be self-employed. While joint applications with spouses or dependents are not permitted, individual applications for each person are accepted.


The application process begins once you enter Uruguay as a tourist, and then complete the online form available on the government’s website. You’ll need to provide your personal information and sign a written statement affirming that you have sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay in the country.

After submitting the application and paying the fee of approximately €9, you will receive your permit via email, granting you a stay of 180 days in Uruguay.

It’s important to note that the payment for the permit cannot be made using a foreign bank account. While it is technically possible to apply before your arrival, it may be more convenient to initiate the process once you are in Uruguay, as there are shops available where you can pay the fee within a day of submitting your application.

If you wish to extend your stay beyond the initial 180 days, there are additional requirements. For stays of up to one year, you’ll need to provide a clean criminal record from all countries where you have resided for more than six months in the past five years. Additionally, an Uruguay-issued vaccination certificate will be required.

While the current simplicity of the digital nomad visa process is appealing, it’s important to stay informed as the requirements and conditions may evolve over time. Uruguay’s digital nomad visa opens up exciting opportunities for remote workers seeking an enriching and vibrant environment to pursue their careers while enjoying the country’s natural beauty and cultural offerings.

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Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate. Akesse loves everything Travel & Tourism and aims to see every single country in the world.

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