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About this app

Wisa is the global visa directory for entrepreneurs and startup founders intended to relocate their business abroad as well as for digital nomads and highly-qualified workers searching the country to work comfy.
Use Wisa application to choose the best relocation way for you and your business.

No payments, no ads. Just valid information from the official sources.

Select ‘Countries’ to search visa by country or name, to filter by visa types or residence permit types.
Select ‘Map’ to browse the world map with a visa filter by country.

All the visas are classified by types and residence permit types. The list of visa types is updated regularly. At the moment it contains the following visa types:
- Digital Nomad
- Employed
- Entrepreneur
- Family member
- Highly-qualified
- Innovator
- Intra-corporate
- Investor
- Self-employed
- Startup
- Talent

The list of residence permit types:
- Citizenship
- Permanent
- Temporary

Main app features:
- 120+ visas
- 40+ countries
- Country legal system: common or continental
- Visa non-valid territory
- Schengen area visa type (if applicable)
- State/main country language(s)
- Visa application form language(s)
- Visa term(s)
- Visa and associated fees
- Country tax reliefs for startups
- Investment required for the startup founder (if any)
- Language level for the visa applicant (if any)
- Qualification requirements to the visa applicant (if any)
- Proof of subsistence for the applicant and spouse/partner
- Work permit for the applicant and spouse/partner
- Number of visas for startup team (if applicable)
- Business plan requirements for a startup (if any)
- Authorized agency for startup endorsement/facilitation
- Visa processing time
- Official visa website
- Official visa application form(s)
- Visa application method: paper or online
Updated on
May 26, 2022

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