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Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland 

Featuring the 50-million-year-old Giant's Causeway and home to the ancestors of several American presidents (Jackson, Buchanan, and Arthur), Northern Ireland is a constituent country of the United Kingdom which shares a border to the south and west with the Republic of Ireland. 

The Jurisdiction 

As you may have guessed, Northern Ireland has is its own separate jurisdiction to the Republic of Ireland along with England & Wales, and why wouldn't it be? When it is home to a population of 1.8 million individuals. 

The partition of Northern Ireland and the rest of Ireland occurred in 1921, when the Irish province of Ulster had a majority of Protestant and Unionist supporters which supported the notion of keeping a strong connection with Britain; unlike the rest of Ireland which had a Catholic, nationalist majority which fought towards receiving independence. 

Lifestyle for Digital Nomads in Northern Ireland 

Every thought of working remotely from Northern Ireland? Well, we're here to ask why not!? 

Northern Ireland is considered one of the safest locations for digital nomads due to its politically stable nature. The environment itself is clean and features a variety of wonderful landscapes. There should be little to no language barrier issues, as English is the primary language. The only caveat could be the cost of living. Food and transport costs are considered to be somewhat expensive (so do bear that in mind); but in all fairness, you do get what you pay for.