The Iceland self employed visa allows foreign nationals to live and work in Iceland as self employed individuals. This type of visa is suitable for those who wish to set up their own business or work as freelancers in Iceland. To be eligible for this visa, applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a relevant educational qualification or professional experience. They must also have enough funds to support themselves during their stay in Iceland. The maximum period of stay for this visa is five years. After this, applicants can apply for permanent residence in Iceland.
You must register a company in Iceland and request a work permit through that company.
No minimum investment amount required.
According to the SovSpot Passport Ranking Index, the Icelandic passport is presently ranked 11th. It allows anyone to travel to 185 countries without needing a visa. It is one of the best-ranked passports in the world, with a high mobility score. Visa-free travel and visa-on-arrival are available to Icelandic passport holders in countries such as the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Japan, and the European Union as a whole. This enables for almost instantaneous travel opportunities all around the world. Icelandic passport holders, on the other hand, need a visa to visit around 44 countries around the world. China, India, and Russia are among the countries that require a visa.
The number of countries Iceland passport holders can enter without a visa (i.e. visa-free countries) and those Iceland passport holders can enter by obtaining a visa on arrival (i.e. visa-on-arrival countries) or an electronic travel authorization is added up to determine the Iceland passport ranking relative to other global passports (eTA). There are now 138 visa-free countries for Iceland passport holders, 36 visa-on-arrival countries for Iceland passport holders, and 11 eTA destinations. Iceland passport holders can visit a total of 185 countries without a visa, via a visa on arrival, or using an eTA. As a result, the Iceland passport is ranked 11th in the world. In addition to these visa-free and visa-on-arrival countries, there are 44 other countries where Iceland passport holders will require a physical visa or an eVisa (i.e. visa required countries).
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