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Updated on April 9th, 2022

As a digital nomad myself, one of the trickiest things to master was getting hold of the right visa. With the pandemic and the downfall of tourism for many countries, it seems digital nomad visas are on the rise! Wooo! This post will help you break down the barriers of confusion on all things digital nomad visas and the countries that offer Digital Nomad Visas for Australians and Americans.

Let’s dive right in based on continents!

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Visas for Digital Nomads based on countries in Europe:


Bordering Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkey, and the Black Sea, is the country of Georgia. With its warm climate with mountains to beaches to glaciers, it’s an all-rounder, offering a magnitude of natural beauty.

Another incredible feature of Georgia is the visa lasts for 365 days and is free if you are from the 95 countries listed (this list can be found here). Yes, you read that correctly. It is completely free. Of course, there are some requirements…

Visa Name: Remotely from Georgia 


  • Own your own business or work remotely for a company outside of Georgia
  • Provide valid travel insurance for up to 6 months 
  • Prove you earn $2000 USD per month or more

Cost:  Free!

Due to COVID: As of now, travellers only have to present a negative PCR test upon arrival (of course, due to the ever-changing situation, this also might change, please check the link below in ‘How to Apply’ for updated information regarding this)

How to Apply:

The application is easily accessible and applied for online here


Bordering the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland, the Republic of Estonia has a wide array of rocky beaches, historical castles and an enormous number of forests (half the country is a forest to be exact!) Estonia was the first-ever country to offer a digital nomad visa, with you being able to stay in the country for up to one year.

Visa Name: Digital Nomad Visa


  • Own your own business or work remotely for a company outside of Estonia
  • Provide valid travel insurance for up to 6 months 
  • Provide evidence that your income met the minimum threshold during the six months before you applied. The monthly income threshold is $3,945 USD.

Cost: The state fee is around $90 USD for a Type C (short stay) visa and $112 USD Type D (long stay) visa.

Due to COVID:

Right now, if you are vaccinated you have no requirements. Please check the updates before travelling here.

How to Apply:

Fill in the application form online. Print the form and sign it after completion. 

Make an appointment at your nearest Estonian Embassy or Consulate to submit your application. (make sure you bring copies of any required supporting documents). Please note: Applications are reviewed within 30 days.

digital nomad visa Iceland


With having more volcanoes than any other country in the world and its breathtaking landscapes, this could be the perfect place to spend some time while working online. Their long-term visa is to attract the wealthier of nomads so this may not be for everyone. This visa is good for only 6-months, making it one of the shortest digital nomad visas available compared to other countries. Another downfall is if you apply while you’re already in the European Schengen Area, then it’s only good for 90-days!

Visa Name: Long Term Visa


  • Not had a visa issued in the last 12 months by Icelandic officials 
  • Provide valid travel insurance for up to 6 months 
  • You need to have a monthly income equivalent to $7905 USD, or $10,273 USD if applying for an accompanying spouse, cohabiting partner, and children under the age of 18.
  • A monthly income of $7905 USD for a single person OR $10,273 for a couple 

Cost: The visa will cost you around $55 USD

Due to COVID:

Everything you need to know about travelling to Iceland during COVID times. 

How to Apply:

More information on how to apply.


This tiny European island is located between Italy and North Africa giving it a warm, relaxed, beachy vibe. It has a digital nomad visa called the Nomad Residency Permit. It has a length of one year but can be renewed. 

Visa Name: Nomad Residency Permit


  • Prove you work remotely as a business owner, freelancer or employee of a company outside Malta
  • Minimum monthly income of $3025 USD
  • Have a rental contract or proof of purchase of property
  • You can find a full checklist for applying for a visa in Malta here.

Cost: $336 USD (this includes family)

Due to COVID:

Before travelling please check over this page to see the requirements for entering Malta. 

How to Apply:

This page will help you apply.


A very popular tourist destination for the elegant architecture, gorgeous scenery and quaint little towns. With a strong history and forward-thinking population, it is a favoured place by digital nomads. Having a contract with a client within Norway is a necessity for this visa. Something else to note is digital nomads who receive this visa will have to pay local taxes while living in Norway and apply for a VAT number.

Visa Name: Norway’s Independent Contractor Visa.


  • You must be self-employed with a contract to work on a project for a business in Norway.
  • You must have relevant qualifications to work in your profession.
  • Proof of accommodation in Norway
  • Show an income of at least $39, 200 USD per year before tax
  • A signed and printed checklist found here.

Cost: Around $660 USD

Due to COVID:

All restrictions to Norway and within Norway have been lifted. With the exception of Svalbard. If traveling to Svalbard, look up the necessary actions. 

How to Apply:

You must fill out this form and book an appointment at your closest Norwegian consultant, taking all necessary documents.


Pizza, pasta, gelato? Umm, yes please! Italy has a visa for self-employed entrepreneurs, which lasts for a year and is renewable! However, the self-employment visa for Italy is simply an entrance visa. This means it allows you to enter the country, but you still need additional authorization to stay and work there.

You must have the authorization to work and the proper certification depending on what type of work you will perform prior to applying for the visa. You must get these authorizations in Italy while you are still in your home country. This means that you have to hire someone in Italy to assist you in getting these authorizations.

Let’s look at it in more detail as it can be complicated.

Visa Name: The Italy Freelance Visa


It is important to note there are 3 main steps in attaining this visa. They are:

  • Apply for a Nulla Osta (authorization to perform self-employed work) from your local Immigration Desk.
  • Get the necessary authorization and documentation needed to perform the specific self-employed activity in Italy.
  • Apply for the Self-Employment Visa at the Italian Representation in your country (embassy/consulate).
  • Enter Italy and apply for an Italian residence permit to be allowed to live and work in Italy legally.

More importantly, you can only apply for an Italian self-employment visa (or any other Italian work visa) for a short window of time every year. You will also be subject to yearly quotas.

Other Requirements:

  • Proof of available accommodation in Italy;
  • A yearly gross income of at least $9384 USD was earned in the year prior to the one of the visa application
  •  Health insurance
  • A certificate of ‘no impediment’ to perform free-lance work activities in the specific field of expertise of the applicant issued
  • Proof of sufficient funds.
  • Certificate issued by the Chamber of Commerce in the area you will be working, recognizing you have the resources necessary for the self-employed activity you will be doing. The resources cannot be less than the annual amount of the minimum income $5476 USD
  • Civic status documents.

Once you are in the country: you have eight days to apply for a Residence Permit (Permesso di Soggiorno card) at your city’s local post office. 

Cost: Around $83 USD

Due to COVID:

No restrictions but highly encouraged to carry a hard copy of your vaccine certificate around with you.

How to Apply:

To apply for this visa, you need to book an appointment with an Italian consultant within your home country.


How does being surrounded by the deep blue ocean and breathtaking views sound? Greece is one of the latest countries to have launched a digital nomad visa and we are all for it! It lasts for 12 months, can be renewed for a year and of course has some requirements.

Visa Name: Greek Digital Nomad Visa


  • You must work for a company / have clients outside of Greece.
  • You are not allowed to work for a company registered within Greece.
  • If self-employed, you must submit confirmation of your business activity, corporate purpose, and business address – your business cannot be registered in Greece.
  • You must be able to work remotely.
  • Prove you have a monthly income of $3865 USD and add 20% for your partner/spouse or 15% per child

Other Requirements for Visa Application:

  • A Declaration Letter
  • Proof Of Employment
  • Proof Of Sufficient Funds
  • The Greece Digital Nomad Visa Fee
  • A Visa Application Form
  • Proof Of Accommodation
  • Proof of Financial Means
  • Proof Of Comprehensive Travel Insurance
  • A Criminal Record Certificate
  • A Return Flight Ticket
  • A Medical Certificate – This must be issued by a recognized health organization in your country. It must prove that you are healthy and don’t suffer from any contagious diseases that may be of risk to Greece and its citizens.

Cost: Around $83 USD

Due to COVID:

Check this page for the latest updates.

How to Apply:

You must apply for this visa through a Greece embassy or consulate within your home country but can be done 3 ways:

  • In-person,
  • Via email,
  • Or via mail (post) to the registered address of the embassy/consulate.


The first nation to create a freelance visa was Germany. Germany has an interesting and strong history, with its architecture, food and beer, Germany is still one of the most visited destinations in the world! One thing to note is with this visa, there are usually 2 parts to it, an entry visa and the working visa. However, being an Australian or American citizen allows you to directly travel to Germany and begin the process of receiving a working visa straight away. 

For this visa, there are many steps and it can take up to 6 weeks for it to be finalized and then lasts for 3 months however can be turned into a Freelancer Residency Permit. It can be a little complex but I have tried to simplify the steps below. 

Visa Name: German Freelance Visa

Requirements and Steps:

The main requirement for this visa to be approved is for you to prove your intention of having German clients. This can be done once you are over there (as you will have 90 days before you need to switch onto the Freelancer visa) OR it can be done before you land in Germany. I would however suggest having it organized beforehand so you don’t need to stress yourself with it once you arrive. There are 3 main steps in this visa. Them being Registering your address, Register for a Tax ID and Register for a Freelancer Residency Permit.

Once you arrive in Germany, get your accommodation and register your address, get your health insurance, and Tax Office registration settled, then apply for a Freelancer Residence Permit at the Ausländerbehörde. Let’s look at address registration:

  • Once you have found somewhere to live, register your living address within 14 days of moving in.
  • Make an appointment at the local Resident’s Registration Office (Bürgeramt). Depending on the Registration Office, you could do this online without having to visit the office in person (just check when you know which one you are going to)
  • Have your documents (passport, registration form – online or get it from the office – rental agreement, confirmation of moving in from your landlord – must have their name, address, a move-in date and your address- birth certificate)
  • Submit the documents (in person) at the Bürgeramt on the date of your appointment.
  • Wait to get your Meldebescheinigung. This is the document confirming your residence registration, and you usually get the certificate on the same day.

Next, is your Tax Office registration:

You should have the following information at hand:

  • Your Tax ID Number – the one you received when you registered your address.
  • Your bank information.
  • A detailed description of your freelance activity or business.
  • Find the local Tax Office (Finanzamt). Make an appointment, if one is required.
  • Send the questionnaire to the Tax Office in person (or check with said tax office if you can mail it).
  • Wait to receive your freelance tax number (Steuernummer). It could take a few weeks, and you should receive it via mail.
  • Note: If you are a business owner: You have to register your business and get a license at the local Trade Office (Gewerbeschein) before you complete the Questionnaire for Tax Collection.

Last, let’s look at the process for getting the Freelancer Residency Permit:

  • Book an appointment with the Immigration Office (Ausländerbehörde).
  • Collect all the required documents- including your Residence Registration Certificate, Freelance Tax Number and letters from prospective employers (German clients). They will need to write letters attesting that they plan to hire you for your services.
  • Attend an interview.
  • Now, your visa will be on its way!

Cost: Around $190 USD

Due to COVID:

Check the latest travel advice here.

How to Apply:

This process is done within Germany.

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is located in Central Europe and is known for its historic castles, chateaus and mansions. Its bordering neighbours are Germany, Poland, Austria and Slovakia being a gateway to Europe. Getting a digital nomad visa is a 2 step process. First, you need to get a trade license. After that, you can apply for the digital nomad visa. I will go through each of them individually. 

Visa Name: Czech Republic Trade License


Non-EU citizens with a long-term residence permit (long-term visa for 90+ days):

  • Your passport
  • Your long-term residence permit
  • Criminal clearance report from your country of origin (affidavit for US citizens)
  • Proof of your Czech business address
  • Once your trade license is active, you must register for public health insurance
  • After activating your trade license, you must also register with the social security office.

Cost: $45 USD

How to Apply:

Use this page to apply. However, be aware your application must be done in Czech. You will receive your trade license number after up to 5 days. After which, you can apply for the visa.

Second Czech Digital Domad Visa You Require:

Visa Name: Czech Republic Digital Nomad Visa


  • Valid Passport
  • 2 Passport Photos 
  • Proof of Funds – Bank statement showing at least $5,644 USD in your account and a notarized copy of a credit or debit card with your name on it
  • Purpose of Stay – Your temporary Trade License
  • Proof of Accommodation – a lease or booking in the Czech Republic for the length of the visa
  • Criminal Background Check – Translated to Czech and apostilled from your country of origin or residence (US citizens only need an Affidavit for this)
  • Proof of Health Insurance – Letter of coverage in the Czech Republic for the length of your visa

Remember, you must translate all of these documents into Czech for it to be valid.

Cost: $227 USD

Due to COVID:

Before travelling, check this page for updated travel advice around COVID restrictions. 

How to Apply:

You must submit your documents in person at a Czech Republic Embassy.


Some exciting news from Croatia! From January 1st 2022, they are offering temporary residency to digital nomads. This option is only available to non EU nationals and is valid for 1 year. It may be confusing but this new “visa” isn’t a visa at all. It is a legitimate residence permit. It does have some regulations but they are quite straightforward. Let’s look at it in more detail…

Visa Name: Temporary Stay of Digital Nomads


You can apply for the visa outside of the country or inside Croatia. There is however a benefit of applying inside the country – you could potentially stay in Croatia for up to 15 months, 3 months on a tourist visa (which you can apply for when you arrive) and then transfer onto the Temporary Stay of Digital Nomads “visa” (A.K.A permit). 

You can only apply for the tourist visa and Temporary Stay of Digital Nomads if you do not need a visa to enter Croatia itself and as Australians and Americans, we do not need a visa to enter.  

Other Requirements:

  • Proof of purpose, e.g proof you are a digital nomad (this could be a work contract)
  • Copy of a valid passport/travel document
  • Government-issued background check from your home country 
  • Marriage certificate, if you have a spouse 
  • Proof of valid private/travel health insurance policy that covers the entire term of your permit 
  • Croatian address
  • Proof of sufficient funds to support yourself 

For a single person = $2392 USD per month

For each additional family member = add around $100 USD per month

Cost: Around $110 USD – this includes your permit and your residency card.

Due to COVID:
Before travelling, check this page for updated travel advice around COVID restrictions. 

How to Apply:

You can apply for the permit here and find out more information about the whole permit on this page.

Digital Nomad Visas in Asia

Asia is nowhere near as advanced in its visa options for digital nomads who are Australians and Americans that are freelance workers, remote workers or business owners and most people who are living it up in countries like Thailand, Vietnam or Singapore are unfortunately doing it illegally on a tourist visa! However, there are ways to make it legal but it does come with some downfalls. I will outline these further below. One Asian country that does make it a little easier is Dubai, let’s look at that first. 

digital nomad visa Dubai

Dubai (UAE)

Does working by the beach sound glorious to you? Then maybe Dubai is the place to be! They have recently created a year long virtually working program for those who are either remote employees or business owners.

Visa Name: Virtual Working Programme


  • Have health insurance with UAE coverage validity

For Employees:

  • Proof of employment from a current employer with a one-year contract validity, 
  • A minimum of $5,000 USD per month salary, 
  • Last month’s payslip and 3 preceding months’ bank statements.

For Business Owners:

  • Proof of ownership of the company for one year or more
  • An average monthly income of $5,000 USD per month 
  • 3 preceding months’ bank statements.

Check the further requirements here.

Cost: $611 USD

Due to COVID:

Before traveling please check over this page to see the requirements for entering Dubai.

How to Apply:

Head here to find out more on how to apply.

digital nomad visa Thailand


As mentioned earlier, this is a country that isn’t as easy to get a visa for digital nomads – as there isn’t one…yet. There are ways around this though but unfortunately, have a lot more requirements than the visas available in Europe and to be honest, are quite complicated. Below, I have explained the basics but if you want more information please visit this website. 

In Thailand, all foreigners wanting to work in Thailand must obtain a Thai work permit and a Thai work visa. 

To do this, you need a sponsor – a company, foreign government, or other organization in Thailand must apply on the behalf of the work visa applicant. Once you receive this permit, it is valid for one year.

Unfortunately, the downfall is, you will be an employee and your employer will pay you a salary. 


  • You must earn $2,500 USD a month 
  • Be over 22 years old
  • Have a degree with over 2 years of experience working in the field
  • Plan on working in tech or digital fields like design, marketing, or software development

Cost: Single entry costs about $65 USD and multiple entries cost about $164 USD

Due to COVID:

As things are changing all the time, for easy access to the latest restrictions, I have linked the Thai Embassy website here


Like Thailand, In Malaysia, you have to have a sponsor (an employer in Malaysia) to get a working visa. More info on those visa’s can be found here. Malaysia does, however, have a few options for people wanting to open a business but the requirements are more for the wealthier type of entrepreneur. 

Visa Name: The Malaysian Tech Entrepreneur Program

If you are wanting to open up a tech company, Malaysia has a work program for it, offering you a 5-year residency permit.


  • Proof of business opportunity, funding and desired outcome
  • At least $12,000 USD to show you can support yourself and your business

More information on the program and how to apply can be found at this link.

Due to COVID:

As of right now (Feb 2022) once you have an accepted visa, “all travellers must complete a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test three days before their flight to Malaysia, on arrival in Malaysia and on day 10 of quarantine. If the quarantine period is extended from 14 days to 21 days, a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test will be conducted on day 18 of quarantine. We recommend you bring a hard copy of your negative results with you to provide on entry. Previously, the Malaysian Government has required a copy of the pathology report as proof of a negative test – a doctor’s letter or other documentation has not been sufficient.

You are required to prepay quarantine and COVID-19 testing costs before arriving in Malaysia. 

Payment is made online via the My Safe Travel website and show proof of prepayment on arrival)”

(cited from the Australian High Commission website: 

How to Apply:

Use this link to apply.

Digital Nomad Visas Caribbean

Antigua & Barbuda

The gorgeous Caribbean island nation of Antigua and Barbuda has recently announced the Nomad Digital Residence (NDR) which is a visa specifically for digital nomads! An incredible bonus is it lasts for 2 years and family members can be added. 

Visa Name: Nomad Digital Residence


  • You own a location independent business (and/or)
  • You work remotely for a company based outside of Antigua & Barbuda
  • You earn at least $50,000 USD per year
  • You have your own travel/health insurance plan

Cost: $1,500 for one person, $2,000 for a couple or $3000 for a family of 3 or more.

Due to COVID:

Before travelling please check over this page to see the requirements for Antigua and Barbuda.

How to Apply:

Apply online here.


Experience real island living with the sunshine and beach as your backyard with the 12-month visa in Barbados! They have even set up office spaces for the days you don’t want to be sitting by the beach (but will that really happen…?)

Visa Name: 12- Month Barbados Welcome Stamp Visa


  • Passport-sized photograph of Principal Applicant and all other members of the Family Group over the age of 18 (if applicable).
  • Biodata page of passport – Principal Applicant and all other members of the Family Group (if applicable).
  • Proof of relationship of Principal Applicant to all other members of the Family Group.
  • Applicants must also make an annual income of at least USD$50,000 over the 12 months you intend to have the travel stamp.

 Cost:  Individual – USD $2,000 or Family Bundle – USD $3,000

Due to COVID:

ALL travellers into Barbados, inclusive of those deemed fully vaccinated, are asked to review, and indicate their acceptance of the following: 

ALL travellers must travel with an accepted valid negative COVID-19 PCR Test OR Rapid Antigen Test result.

Travellers are permitted to travel to Barbados with a valid negative Rapid COVID-19 PCR test OR Rapid Antigen test result done within 1 day before arrival in Barbados OR a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test result done within 3 days before arrival.

How to Apply:

Apply online here.

The Cayman Islands

Being able to work in the culinary capital of the Caribbean would be spectacular! Luckily, the Cayman Islands have a specific visa for digital nomads! However, unlike some of the other island living visas….this one is rather steep on the income side of things. To even apply for this visa, you have to prove you have a yearly income of at least $100,000! Still, let’s have a deeper look at the requirements!

Visa Name: Global Citizen Certificate


  • You must be employed by an entity outside of the Cayman Islands.
  • A notarized bank reference letter.
  • Applicants are subject to background checks.
  • Show proof of health insurance coverage.
  • Proof of Identity (passport is fine)

 Cost: $263 USD

 Due to COVID:

Check the latest travel advice for The Cayman Islands here.

How to Apply:

Apply easily online here. 


Another amazing location to experience some island life! Bermuda has recently released a ‘Work from Bermuda’ Certificate. When clicking ‘Apply now’ you will be welcomed with a letter from the Premier of Bermuda, encouraging you to change your home office to a beach office!

Visa Name: Work from Bermuda Certificate


– Proof of employment or evidence of school enrolment

– Colour scan of your passport photo page

– Colour scan of visa information

 Cost: $263 USD

Due to COVID:

Check the latest travel advice for Bermuda here.

How to Apply:

Apply easily online here.

Digital Nomad Visa Mexico

Who wouldn’t want to spend their days eating tacos and nachos?! Mexico is a beautiful spot and a popular place for digital nomads! They currently have a one-year visa that can be renewed for up to 3 years! It begins with receiving a Temporary Residency Visa which then gets converted into a Temporary Residency Card once you are in Mexico. 

Visa Name: Temporary Residency Visa


  • For independent entrepreneurs/freelancers, a document proving a monthly income of $1,600 USD for the last 6 months OR evidence of a bank account with an average balance of around $27,000 USD in the last 12 months.

Cost: Around $36 USD

Due to COVID:

As of March 2022 Mexico is open to fully vaccinated travellers only.

How to apply:

Fill out this form and book an appointment at your closest Mexican consultant.

Digital Nomad Visas for Africa


Another beautiful island nation that has also launched its very own digital nomad visa program. Mauritius is a gorgeous place with crystal clear ocean, incredible jungles and also mountain peaks! It has it all! To make it even better, their Premium Visa is absolutely FREE!

Visa Name: Premium Visa


  • You must own your own location independent business or work remotely for a company located outside of Mauritius
  • Proof of plans to stay in Mauritius – they may ask for details about the purpose of your visit and intended accommodation
  • Proof of travel/health insurance coverage for your stay in Mauritius


Completely FREE!

Due to COVID:

Stay up to date on the restrictions here.

How to apply:

Complete the online application form here.

Upcoming Digital Nomad Visas


As of right now, there is no legal way to work as a digital nomad in Spain. There is a Non-Lucrative Visa but working is explicitly not allowed.

However, in January 2022 Spain announced a specialised digital nomad visa. The draft law needs to be taken to parliament and be passed which may not be until the end of May. Details about the visa aren’t really known yet other than it will allow people to spend between 6 and 12 months living and working in Spain without the right to residency. In addition, applicants who meet the requirements are eligible to extend their visas for a specific period.


A new ‘white card’ visa has been announced for Hungary but the details are still not known. It will be a 1-year long digital nomad residency program with an option to renew for another year. What is known is that you can’t work for a Hungarian company, you must have financial self-sustainability (must show income equivalent to at least $220 USD per month). Hopefully, more will be known about the ‘White Card’ for Hungary soon. 


The beautiful island in Indonesia has always been a popular place for digital nomads. It’s cheap, lots of adventuring to do and for us Aussies, it is just a stone throw away! The Bali remote worker visa is valid for up to 5 years AND no taxes need to be paid on any income earned outside of Bali. This visa is not yet available but will be huge for digital nomads! Stay tuned as more information comes out!

Costa Rica

Up until very recently, digital nomads had to enter Costa Rica as tourists and leave after 90 days. However, the president signed a new law back in August 2021, for a new digital nomad visa that will last for 12 months. It is not an official visa that can be applied for just yet but will be, very soon and not all details are known. What is out there is outlined below. 

Visa Name: Digital Nomad or Remote Work Visa


  • Proof of income of $3000 USD per month or $5000 per month for a family
  • Travel insurance 

Cost: Unknown

Due to COVID:

Travel in Costa Rica is not restricted, unvaccinated travelers must have travel health insurance that covers them for Covid-19. 

How to Apply:

Not yet known.

Wrapping Up Digital Nomad Visa Countries

As you can see, digital nomad visa options in other continents aren’t as straightforward as the visas in Europe. As mentioned, a lot of travellers opt for a tourist visa when in Asia and I can understand why. However, this is NOT something I would recommend as it comes with risks, legal risks! Europe on the other hand has many options, some I have not even mentioned!

Many digital nomads are hoping, now the pandemic is nearly (fingers crossed) over and world travel is beginning to open back up, many countries will begin to increase their visa options for digital nomads. If COVID has taught us anything, it is that humans are flexible beings. Working remotely has become the new norm for many individuals and with that comes just a little bit of freedom!


Save these countries that offer digital nomad visas for later!

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