The nomad visa is an example of a Type D visa in Greece but has four added document
requirements than the national Type D visa. To apply for the nomad visa,
the applicant must provide:
- A declaration letter.
- Proof of sufficient funds.
- Proof of employment.
- The digital nomad visa fee.
A declaration letter is considered a cover letter and is the most important for the
application process. The letter needs to state that you plan to do remote work in Greece
for a company or clients not registered in the country. Applicants must also include
other relevant details in the declaration document.
The proof of sufficient funds is essential to ensure that the remote worker is
financially buoyant enough to sustain themselves while in Greece. Recent bank
statements, an employment contract that states your salary, company account
statements for self-employed professionals, and any other documents showing your
monthly income can be used to apply for the visa.
Proof of employment is a document that shows that you are gainfully employed and
offer services to companies not registered or operated in Greece. People who run
their company outside Greece can provide their company name, license number,
corporate purpose, and field of activity as proof of employment.
An employment contract and a letter from your employer that states that you can
complete your tasks using mobile devices like laptops and smartphones are required.
The digital nomad visa fee is €75, and the applicant must pay the visa
fee and submit a few documents supporting their application during the process.