Ecuador on Tuesday launched a campaign to promote a "nomad visa" to encourage foreign digital workers working remotely to settle in the South American country for up to two years to attract tourism, capital, and consumption.
The handover was made by the Minister of Tourism, Niels Olsen, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, Juan Carlos Holguín, at an official ceremony in Quito as part of World Tourism Day.
The Digital Nomads campaign was launched to strengthen the modality of the "nomad visa," an initiative of the Ecuadorian government that has been in force since last April . . .