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Work Remotely from Georgia

Georgia with its rich culture and astonishingly diverse landscapes is by far the most visited country in the South Caucasus. It’s also among the most successful fighting covid, which makes it an ideal destination for anyone to work remotely.

Why Georgia

Covid-19 has a significant effect on the increased demand of remote working and the government decided to capitalize on this and activate the new project “Remotely from Georgia”. The project creates an opportunity for long-term visitors, such as Entrepreneurs, Freelancers, Remote Workers, and their families to come and stay in Georgia for up to a year.
  • High Speed Internet
  • Affordable Housing
  • Big Expat Community
  • Eligible Countries

    All travelers - up to 95 country nationals. Such as US, EU, GcC countries, etc.) who could visit Georgia visa free and could stay in the country for up to a year, before pandemics.

    Relevantly, there will be no special visa category issued for travelers willing to remotely work from Georgia. They will just need to submit specially tailored application form and provide financial proof along with other requested information. After obtaining approval from Georgian Government, applicants and their families will be allowed to travel and work remotely from Georgia.

  • Quarantine

    Georgia resumed regular flights and introduced new rules for airline passengers. All foreign visitors to Georgia can freely enter the territory of the country if they provide COVID-19 vaccine certificates saying that they have received two full doses of vaccines.

    Non-vaccinated visitors, who are nationals or residents of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Israel, the U.S., the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kirgizstan and Russia will not need to self-isolate. Upon entry to Georgia, including through transit, they will have to provide a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours (96 hours for visitors traveling from the U.S) before their arrival and undergo a second PCR test at their own expense, on the third day of arrival in Georgia.

    Non-vaccinated visitors, who have traveled to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland within the last 14 days are subject to a 12-day quarantine. Please note that the rules already applying to land borders will remain in force.

  • Who is this Program For

    Entrepreneurs, business owners, those currently employed with distance work allowance from their employers, freelancers or creative groups. This could be greatest opportunity to live and work from World’s safest destination, which also turns out to be one of the most exciting places to visit.
  • How to Apply

    Fill in the application form below and you will be contacted for additional steps.
  • Who to Contact

    For more questions you can contact us on our facebook page Georgia.travel or write us an email at: info@gnta.ge

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FAQ

  • This project states a steady step forward to our openness for the world, where Georgia can be a perfectly suitable place to work from.

  • Georgia is beginning to develop high-speed Internet infrastructure in the country's regional areas, making Internet cheaper and more accessible for the rural population.

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