Perpetual Traveler Law and Legal Definition

Perpetual travelers are individuals who live in a manner that they are not considered a legal resident of any of the countries in which they spend time. Perpetual travelers do not possess the legal obligations such as income and asset taxes, social security contributions, jury duty and military service. Their legal residence will most likely be in a tax haven. Perpetual travelers spend most of their time in other countries, but they will not stay long in a country to be treated as its citizen. They are also called as PT, permanent tourist or prior taxpayer.