Slovenia Business Investment
Residency | Access To Schengen Area
The Employment, Self-Employment and Work Aliens Act (ZZSDT of 2015, A/2017,UPB2/2018, and B/2018)
The Republic of Slovenia is located in the heart of Europe, bordering with Austria, Italy, Hungary, Croatia and the Adriatic sea. Slovenia’s population is about 2 million and its capital city is Ljubljana. The official language spoken in Slovenia is Slovenian, but English is also widely spoken. Slovenia adopted the Euro as its currency in 2007.
Slovenia’s strategic position at the heart of Europe makes it an attractive proposition for investors, especially when considering the nation’s land-sea-air transport infrastrucutre, complemented by its ITC infrastrcutre, value chains, industry clusters, commercial contacts and centres of excellence. Thanks to an excellent healthcare system, Slovenia boasts strong medical tourim
With an ideal mix of geographical location, creativity, education and one of the best qualities of life in Europe, Slovenia keeps improving its reputation with visitors and business partners alike.
The Slovenia residence permit through a business investment, offers a very flexible solution for residency in the European Union.
By making an elgibile business investment, Slovenian residency offers visa-free ltravel within the Schengen area and a very high quality of life in the centre of Europe. Maintaining residency for 5 years allows investors and their families to apply for permanent residency, after another 5 years, they may be eligible to apply for Slovenian citizenship and therefore, European citizenship.
Company registration is stragithforward and takes an average of 5 days, which is further complemented with a corporate tax rate of 19%, 100% tax relief on amounts invested in research & development and high availability of skilled labour. Investors and entrepreneurs are free to reside outside of Slovenia, on the condition that the registered business continues to operate and remains profitable
To apply for permanent residence through the Slovenia residence permit through a business investment, applicants must have regular and sufficient means equal to the basic annual income in Slovenia, which may be satisfied by issuing a salary from the newly registered company, which is high enough to cover housing and cost of living. Adequate health insurance having as a minimum, cover of emergency medical care is also required.
A company will need to be formed and registered in Slovenia, with a minimum investment of EUR 50,000 so as to satisfy certain registration limitations. Further to this, the amount of government-related fees is EUR 75.
This means that the minimum total capital outlay for a single applicant would amount to approximately EUR 50,075 excluding any service providers’ professional fees and any other fees not mentioned herein.
The CIVIQUO™ process starts by filling in our qualification questionnaire. The questionnaire is a simple online form which helps us to gather all your requirements, whilst ensuring that the essential criteria are met.
2. Receive Quotes
Our team will use the information you provide to find the best quotes in the market for you. Our growing international network of immigration professionals, means that we can provide the best quotes in the market, for any residency or citizenship programme, anywhere in the world.
We will send you the quotes and once you have identified a quote which best suits your needs, our team will reconfirm expectations on both sides, a client agreement is signed, and a deposit payment is made.
4. Application Process
Your chosen service provider, will work with you to start compiling the application. Our concierge-style support will ensure that the process of compiling the application is as smooth as possible.
Once an application has been submitted, the government authorities review the application and communicate the outcome. This period of time varies depending upon the programme, but it may be used to further explore what opportunities will become available once residency or citizenship are attained.
6. Renewal & Support
Some residency and citizenship programmes require compliance monitoring, and/or renewals, and together with our service providers, we will make sure that any renewals, or other interventions are done on time, and accurately. Even after this, the CIVIQUO™ team remains at your service.