Residence and Citizenship Progams

For a lot of families from Asia, Russia and the Middle East, there is a high demand the get a second residency or citizenship; 

WHY?

 

* Plan B

* Quality of life 

* Security: Safe alternative in times of political instability

* Cleaner environment and lower air polution

* Better offering of healthcare and transport infrastructure

* Easy Travel: Opens travel to countries previously restricted by time- consuming visa application process

* Taxes: Often the only way to reduce the tax burden and regulatory restrictions legally and in a significant manner is to relocate

* Retirement: The option to retire in a safe country

* Independence: Be able to travel or have the option to relocate after possible political changes

* More privacy in investment and banking

* Education: Graduation at a high ranking school and language skills are increasingly important as the basis for a successful career 

 

We work with the world's top locations for private residence in terms of taxation, business environment, the possibility of acquiring citizenship, and quality of life. We analyze each client's situation carefully, present the available options, develop a plan of action and make it happen. We deal with government procedures quickly and efficiently on your behalf. On the left you'll find a list of countries we represent. Below you'll find more detailed information about the Swiss Program.

 

Residence in Switzerland

Switzerland is undoubtedly one of the most attractive countries in the world to live in. It also offers an excellent business environment. An ideal combination of political and economic stability, a clean and safe environment and relatively low tax rates make it the ultimate choice for business and residence. Investors and entrepreneurs as well as persons of independent means would normally have no problem obtaining a residence permit.

 

There are different types of residence categories in Switzerland and a distinction is made between European Union and European Free Trade Association citizens (EU/EFTA citizens) and other foreign persons (non-EU/EFTA citizens).

Due to the Agreement on the free movement of persons, concluded between Switzerland and the EU member states, it has become easy for EU/EFTA citizens to obtain residence status in Switzerland. The key conditions are to have either employment in Switzerland, or to be a person of independent financial means.

Also non-EU/EFTA citizens may obtain a residence permit as gainfully employed Persons, as retirees with pre-existing close ties to Switzerland, or as financially independent persons who are not gainfully occupied in Switzerland and pay annual taxes. For non-EU nationals, a Swiss residence permit gives in any event visa-free access to all Schengen States, if their citizenship of origin does not already provide this privilege.

 

If you would like to know more about the Swiss Residence Program, please CONTACT US.