Europe become an ideal destination for entrepreneurs and investors due to its low taxes and free within European Union, and through investment getting an opportunity to become the permanent resident a shorter period of time. With Europe, various countries have their own immigration programs for foreign entrepreneurs. While some immigration programs allows single permanent residency for resettlement, others offer limited time visas for study, work or travel. Applying and obtaining an investor visa for Europe with Connect Migration’s expert services is easy and quite manageable and convenient.
Our expert consultants deals with the following types of European Visa:
Poland is a member of the European Union located in east of Germany. It is the sixth largest European economy and historically one of the fastest growing. The Polish passport is ranked as the 7th strongest passport in the world allowing visa-free access to over 160 countries including the UK, EU Schengen zone, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and many more. The Polish Residency Investor Program grants Residency and Freedom within the European Schengen zone and Investor access to all EU member state countries. Investor is required to set up a business activity and validate that they generate at least 15,000 EUR of revenue a year to be eligible for a temporary residence permit.
Investors can invest in real estate as a business. The foreigner can apply for permanent residence, after 3 years of holding the temporary permit, in Poland. After 3 years of permanent residence, the foreigner can apply for naturalization into Polish citizenship. Citizenship by investment is also possible at the discretion of the government.
Some foreigners may establish and conduct business activity may take up and conduct business activity exclusively in the form of:
Malta offers a variety of visas for foreign nationals, including tourist visas, business visas, and visas for medical purposes.
Malta is the smallest state in the European Union but it is among the popular places to live and work. From financial services to gaming, numerous industries are booming in the country thereby creating job opportunities for skilled people across the globe. If you are from outside the European Union you need a work permit to live and work in Malta. Foreign nationals who intend to travel to Malta to work have a few options when it comes to visas:
The Malta tourist visa is the Schengen Visa, also referred to as a Short-stay “C” Visa. It permits the holder to stay up to 90 days within any 180-day period in Malta or any other Schengen country. Malta's immigration policy requires any traveler staying longer than 90 days to obtain a National Long-stay “D” Visa.
Germany’s migration laws are multifaceted and persistently changing. Connect Migration specialists are expert in handling the complexities of German immigration rules and regulations. If are planning to move to Germany the Job Seeker visa is perfect option for you as a foreign national, who are looking for a job in Germany. It is among the fastest growing economies and to the GDP takes fourth position in the world.
Job Seeker visa allows a foreigner to work in Germany during 6 months. Job seeker visa is a sort of permanent residence permit in Germany, as there is no requirement for visa holder to work. During the allowed period of six months you can look for suitable job options for you. However, if during 6 months your attempts are unsuccessful, you will be asked to leave the country. After finding suitable work in Germany, you can apply for work visa.
Dominica investor visa program was established in 1991 under its Economic Citizenship Program. It is the most financially advantageous program for those who want a Dominican citizenship through investment. In 2015, the European Union (EU) renounced all visa requirements and established visa-free access to the Schengen area for those with Dominica passports.
A Dominica residency can be obtained by investing in the real estate of Dominica or by donating to Dominica’s National Transformation Fund. All family members brought along will be eligible to gain Dominica citizenship.
An applicant must purchase authorized real estate to the minimum value of USD 200,000 in order to qualify for citizenship of Dominica under the real estate option of the Citizenship by Investment program.
Schengen tourist visa comes under the category of short-stay Schengen visa. Non-European citizens willing to travel to Europe for tourism purpose are required to apply for a short-term Schengen visa under the “tourist” specification. It allows you to stay in Schengen for a maximum of 90 days within a 180-day period. Depending on the type of your visa, you will be allowed to enter once (single entry) or multiple times (multiple entry), and obtain a stay for no longer than 3 months.
The Schengen visa permits its holder to pass freely through any of the Schengen Member States on a short term basis. There are 25 European States participating in the Schengen Agreement which are- Austria, Belgium, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.