Greece Updates the Digital Nomad Visa Applications from January 2024

Beginning on January 1, 2024, Greece is changing how people can apply for its Digital Nomad Visa. Now, if you want to get Nomad Visa, you have to apply at the Greek embassy or consulate in your own country.

Starting on January 1, 2024, Greece is changing the way people apply for the Digital Nomad Visa.

To get Nomad Visa, you will need to apply at the Greek consular office in your own country.

Different people might have to wait for different amounts of time to get their Nomad Visa, and there are rules about who can apply.

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If you’re thinking about living and working in Greece next year, there’s a small change you should know about for the Greek Digital Nomad Visa.

Starting on January 1, 2024, Greece is making some important changes to how you can apply for Nomad Visa. You won’t be able to apply for it within Greece anymore.

Instead, you’ll have to send your application to the Greek consular office in your own country or where you live.

Applying to be a digital nomad in Greece?

Here’s what you need to know:

Important notes:

  • This program is only for non-EU citizens. EU/EEA and Schengen Area folks can already move freely in Greece.
  • Processing times and documents needed are different for each country, so check the rules for your home country.

Who can apply?

  • You must be working remotely for a company outside Greece (proof needed).
  • Your monthly income must be at least €3,500, or €4,200 if you’re a couple. More for families.
  • You’ll need other documents, depending on where you apply (check your local Greek embassy or consulate).

Other key points:

  • You need to show you’re a real digital nomad, not just someone on vacation.
  • Your employment contract with a foreign company is a must.


  • This program lets non-EU digital nomads live and work in Greece.
  • Check the specific rules for your country before applying.
  • Prove you’re a legit digital nomad with a remote job and enough income.

Update on the Greek Digital Nomad Visa

Key points:

  • The Greek Digital Nomad Visa now grants a one-year residency, not two years like before.
  • Good news! You can still extend your stay for up to three years total, but you’ll need to apply for a separate residence permit before your Nomad Visa expires.
  • While the rules changed a bit, Greece remains a popular destination for digital nomads. It currently ranks 6th globally, even with Argentina and Spain taking the top two spots.

What does this mean for you?

  • If you’re considering Greece, know that your initial stay will be shorter.
  • Prepare to apply for a residence permit if you want to stay longer than one year.
  • Don’t be discouraged! Greece is still a fantastic option for digital nomads, offering beautiful scenery, vibrant culture, and a welcoming atmosphere.


  • Check the latest application requirements for your specific country.
  • Compare Greece to other popular destinations like Argentina, Spain, Romania, UAE, and Croatia.

In simple terms, these changes are meant to make it easier for people who want to work and live in Greece while working online.

The goal is to make the application process simpler and to make the rules more clear for those who want to do this.

As more and more people are working from anywhere in the world, these changes in Nomad Visa policies are important because they help people like digital professionals move around the world more easily.

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