Germany Investor Immigration Program
We do things a bit differently, and that's the way we like it!
Germany offers immediate residency to to foreign investors who commit to do a minimum business investment of EUR 250,000 or more in Germany and create local jobs.
- Biggest economy in Europe
- German passport rated as No. 1 powerful in the world
- No minimum residency requirements
- Visa Free movement in Europe.
- Business Trade Hub of Europe.
- Immigrate to Europe with family
Business investors and self-employed persons can obtain a residence permit through § 21 AufenthG by acquiring or founding a German company.
Foreign investors after making the business investment of EUR 250,000 or more qualify for long term ‘D’ visa and residence permit (temporary residence) in Germany. The duration of residence permit is usually two or three years which can can be prolonged.
It is possible to apply for permanent settlement permit in Germany after three years of living. There are no requirements to live permanently in Germany but required to visit atleast once a year.
German passport is ranked as one of the most powerful passports in the world with visa free travel to 176 countries in the world (henley index)
To obtain the German citizenship foreigners must fulfill the following requirements:
- Right of residence at the time of the German citizenship application;
- Living in Germany permanently and lawfully for eight years (seven if the applicant attended an integration course or six in special integration circumstances);
- Able to support themselves and dependent family members without the help of welfare or unemployment benefits;
- Adequate oral and written German language skills (equivalent to level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages);
- No criminal convictions;
- Committed to the constitutional principles of freedom and democracy
Immigration Service Germany
Residence and work permits for Germany – from the application to the collection of the residence card.
Whether an EU Blue Card for executives or a work permit for a trainee from a third country is needed – You need our lawyer by your side.
- Application of Federal Employment Agency approval
- Residential registration
- Residence Permit Application
- Pick up service of electronic residence permit card (eAT)
- Application for approval by the Federal Employment Agency
- Compiling the necessary documents
- Assisted application formulation
- Application at the Federal Employment Agency
- Posting the letter of approval for the visa application
- Registration with communal registration office
- Completion of the application form
- Registration with the registration office (one errand)
- Assistance with the application for a residence permit
- Support at the completion of application forms
- Compiling the necessary documents
- Meeting the applicant for accompanied residence permit application with the responsible immigration office
- Application for the electronic residence permit (eAT)
- Up-front payment of fees (will be charged separately)Pick-up service Electronic Residence Title (eAT)
- Making an appointment with the immigration office
- Collection of the good-for-the-day power of attorney at the immigration office
- Passport pickup from the employee and obtainment of signature
- Power of attorney
- Ensuring appointment compliance with authorities
- Up-front payment of fees (will be charged separately)
- Handing over of passport and residence permit
The fastest path to permanent residency in Panama is the Friendly Nations Visa. If you are a citizen of any of the 50 countries that Panama considers “Friends of Panama”, you and your direct relatives can apply for immediate permanent residency. Direct relatives include a spouse and children up to 18 years of age or 25 if they are full time students.
The 50 Friendly Nations
There are now 50 countries listed as friendly in the ever-expanding list of countries Panama considers as qualifying for this visa. Here they are, in alphabetical order.
To qualify, you must open a Panamanian bank account with a minimum balance of US$5,000 (and US$2,000 for every dependent), and either open a new company or buy an existing business in Panama. You can also find employment in “any professional services company in Panama”, but you will need proof of employment when you apply. Talk to an attorney about the specifics of starting a company in Panama or what requirements you would need to meet to work for a Panamanian company.
Documents we need from you for the bank account:
- Recent Utility Bill
- Recent Personal Bank Reference
- Documents Required for Immigration:
- Add to your cash flow estimates of $5,000 that you would need to deposit with a local bank to prove Financial Solvency.
- Copy of Passport
- Second form of Government issued identification like a Driver’s License from your country of residence
- Clean Police Certificate for the last 2 years from your country of residence.