European citizenship / Residency

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 11:29

A non-Cypriot citizen, who meets one of the following economic criteria (A), either personally or through a company/ companies in which he/ she participates as a shareholder - proportionally based on the percentage of participation, or even as a high-ranking senior manager of a company/ companies that meets one of economic criteria (A), may apply for the acquisition of the Cypriot citizenship through Naturalization by exception.

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 11:28

On the 7 May 2013 the Ministry of Interior for the Republic of Cyprus made an announcement in relation to Immigration Permits (Permanent Residence) in relation to their issuing for third country nationals.

The following terms were outlined:

1. Investment/Financial Criteria:

(a) The applicant shall submit a statement from a Cyprus financial institution showing that an amount of at least €30,000 has been deposited in a reserve account, for a period of at least three years. This amount must show that it was transferred from abroad.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 14:37

Acquisition of Visa and Residence Permit in Greece by Financially Independent Persons

According to the new Immigration and Social Integration, the Greek government gives the favourable option to third-country nationals to issue a residence permit in Greece on the basis that they are financially independent persons.

This is one of the several types of resident permits that the Greek Law provides, and can be acquired on many other grounds such as resident permits for work, independent financial activity, administrators and board members employed at Greek branches of foreign companies, students, etc.

Once the non-EU citizen acquires a residence permit in Greece, then he is allowed to live in Greece, exit and re-enter Greece without a visa and travel to all Schengen countries without further documentation other than his passport and his Greek residence permit.

Issuance of a residence permit to financially independent persons

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 12:27

We offer a highly professional and efficient service in applications for high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs from outside of the European Economic Area for entry and subsequent permanent residency in the United Kingdom, and for British citizenship / nationality.

We have a skilled team of experts in UK immigration law and offer a full service of advice and representation for the following types of visa:

Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) – Points Based System

This is a route leading to settlement for entrepreneurs wishing to establish a new business or joining an existing business in the United Kingdom with a minimum investment of £200,000, for teams of up to 2 entrepreneurs.

Knowledge of the English language and the ability to support yourself during your stay is required.

The entrepreneur’s family (spouse / partner and children) may join them in the United Kingdom as dependants

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