BUSINESS IMMIGRATION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION
Investors and business owners can claim for the permanent European Residence permits and work permits to manage their company.
Who is eligible:
Owners of the EU based companies
Directors of third country companies who have branches and subsidaries in EU
Independednt contactors who sell goods and services in Europe
Anyone who is investing in EU economy
Rules for business immigration differ from one member state to another, but as a general rule:
To claim the resident permit for the business owner or director it is recommended that company would have sustainable sales record or portfolio of upcoming contracts.
There is no fixed minimal capital amount for the new born companies to be eligible, but for new businesses without portfolio of upcoming deals the authorized capital above 50 000 euro is recommended
The separate legal entities and joint stock companies have preference
Many countries are offering direct red carpet business immigration programs for physical persons who invested certain amount in local economy. The actual amount varies based on the local rules at given moment
We are assisting our clients with every step of the process, from creation of new enterprise the to marketing, project management and guaranteeing the residence permits for eligible clients.
We provide special services for interested investors: researching the market, finding the most profitable and sustainable investment opportunity, so project will meet both business interest and eligibility criteria.
Please visit or FAQ page or sign up for a free webinar to find out more about business immigration in the European Union.
To start your European business please simply fill in the form at the right, and our representative will contact you in no time.
Time frame chart for the European business immigration
Beginning of the procedure.
Applying for the business visa if necessary.
Obtaining business visas on 90/180 basis (you can stay 90 days every 6 months).
Preparation of business plan and company
Registration of the company.
Your own company starts earning profit in the EU: selling products; offering services; inviting workers and partners from abroad; hire and fire employees; get
sponsorship; get credits.
Applying for work permit/professional card for all company owners.
Obtaining professional card/work permit.
Obtaining residence permit in the EU.