Dec. 1, 2020

How to Work Remotely from Iceland for Six Months

How to Work Remotely from Iceland for Six Months

Pros and Cons of Living and Working in Iceland

What if you had six months to explore Iceland - all while being insanely productive at work? Now, you can with Iceland's new long-stay visa and work permit for digital nomads and remote workers.

The Iceland remote work visa is open to citizens of all nationalities. In this podcast, Kristin explains how to qualify for the visa, what the requirements are, and the pros and cons of living in Iceland as an expat or digital nomad.

Plus, get insight into what it's like to live at a co-working and co-working space in the remote West Fjords of Iceland.

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Kristin Wilson

Host of Badass Digital Nomads & YouTube's Traveling with Kristin / Author of Digital Nomads for Dummies

Kristin Wilson is a long-term digital nomad and location-independent entrepreneur who has lived and worked across 60 countries in 20 years. Since founding a fully-remote, international relocation company in 2011, she has helped more than 1,000 people retire or live abroad in 35 countries. Today, she helps aspiring remote workers, digital nomads, and expats achieve their lifestyle goals through her YouTube channel (Traveling with Kristin) and podcast, Badass Digital Nomads.
Kristin is the author of Digital Nomads for Dummies. She's also a Top Writer on Medium and Quora in the topics of business, travel, technology, life, productivity, digital nomads, and location independence. She has been featured on The Today Show, Bloomberg Businessweek, Business Insider, ESPN, The New York Times, WSJ, Huffpost, HGTV’s House Hunters International, and more.