A new Law on Foreigners was passed in the Croatian Parliament yesterday, according to which visas for digital nomads are regulated and annual quotas for the employment of foreigners have been abolished.
Pursuant to Article 54, a third-country national may reside in the Republic of Croatia for a short-term stay, temporary residence, long-term residence or permanent residence.
Thus, the new Law regulates temporary residence related to the stay of digital nomads. Temporary residence of digital nomads may be granted for a period of up to one year in accordance with Article 69 of this Act.
According to the official definition digital nomad is a third-country national who is employed or performs work through communication technology for a company or his own company that is not registered in the Republic of Croatia and does not perform work or provide services to employers in the territory of the Republic of Croatia.
Side dish: Draft final bill on aliens (EU)