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Uruguay seeks to attract digital nomads with a special residence permit

By Francisco Aldaya

On Monday, the Government of Uruguay announced the implementation of a special residence permit for digital nomads, intending to encourage the arrival of foreigners wishing to work in the country.

The measure was established by approving Decree 238/022 and creating an online form to complete the procedure.

The "provisional identity card" for digital nomads consists of a residence permit for those who work for foreign companies or are self-employed, as reported by the Government in the official portal Uruguay XXI.

It will be granted for six months and may be renewed.

If digital nomads decide . . .

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