As of Wednesday 9, 2023, Russian citizens can apply for an EU Golden Visa by buying property in Hungary Cyprus and Spain only. In addition, the Turkish Citizenship By Investment program, and Andorra's Non-Lucrative Residency / Golden Visa program also accepts Russian and Belarusian applicants. There is also one European Citizenship By Investment option for [...]
No. However, in addition to having to prove that you have the necessary capital required to buy a qualifying property (HUF 56 million+ / ~€150,000+ / ~$164,000+), you must also be able to prove that you have sufficient savings to support yourself, along with any dependents, while living in Hungary. In addition, the fees for [...]
Yes, Hungary does offer a legal pathway to obtain Residency By Investment. (Although technically speaking, it leverages a legal framework for "non-lucrative residency", rather than explicit Golden Visa legislation). Launched on 18 April 2023, the country's residency program offers non-EEA nationals a flexible, Golden Visa style residency in exchange for a residential property purchase of [...]
Spain’s Non-Lucrative Visa Program is very similar to the Portuguese D7 Visa – neither have any mandatory investment requirements, both can lead to permanent residency and/or citizenship, and both work well for retirees. A key difference between the two, however, is that the Portuguese authorities will approve remote workers, at their discretion, whereas this is [...]
As a Spanish Digital Nomad Visa applicant, you will have to prove that you have sufficient economic resources to support yourself and any family members accompanying you during your period of residence in the national territory. Here are the minimum Spanish DNV income requirements for 2023: Primary applicant: 200% of the monthly minimum wage in [...]
In addition to the financial requirements: You cannot be in Spain illegally. You cannot have a criminal record in Spain or in the country or any countries where you have been resident for five years prior to applying for Spain's Digital Nomad Visa. You are required to have public health insurance or private health insurance [...]
Yes, provided thery can prove a professional relationship with a foreign company (or companies) for whom they will be working for a minimum period of three months, and the company authorizes the freelancer to work for them from Spain.
An international teleworker is authorized to stay in Spain to carry out an employment or professional activity, remotely, for companies located outside of the national territory of Spain, through the exclusive use of computer, telematic and telecommunication means and systems.
Under the Spanish Golden Visa, upon successful application and having made a qualifying real estate investment, you’ll be granted a residency permit with a 2-year validity. It is renewable for additional periods of 5 years, provided that the investment is maintained. During the temporary residency period, you’ll not be required to live in Spain in [...]
Last updated on November 14, 2022... The answer to this question, unequivocally, is yes. As of this writing, the Portuguese Golden Visa program is still going strong. It's not secret that Brussels despises Golden Visa programs. But according to EU legislation, it is up to each country in the bloc to determine whom they naturalize, [...]