Residency options for UK nationals

Cyprus Legal & Visas Residency options for UK nationals

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    Ketmerry

    Hi All,
    Can anyone provide some guidance on visa/residency options for Brits looking to move to Cyprus?

    What’s the process, requirements and documentation? And anything else I should know?!

    Many thanks for your advice

    #120933 Reply
    DDballard

    Hi Ketmerry,

    There are several options for permanent residency

    Permanent residency by investment
    1. Cyprus residency by investing in a property of least €300.000 (plus VAT). It can be a brand-new house or apartment in Cyprus.
    2. Permanent Residency Category F requires an investment of at least €100.000 (plus VAT) and annual income from abroad which covers living expenses while residing in Cyprus, without working or doing business. The yearly income required starts from €9568 for one applicant plus €4613 for each dependent person.

    Residency with the right to work
    This type of permits is for owners and employees of companies of foreign interests:
    1. Investors working for their own company provided they bring from abroad capital of approximately €260,000 which will be used for their company activities in Cyprus.
    2. Or Persons who have been offered permanent employment.

    Permanent Residence by 5 years of stay
    Non-EU citizens who resided legally and continuously in Cyprus for five years before making an application and had for the entire prementioned period a valid Cyprus temporary residence card will be entitled to apply for a long-term residence permit.

    Permanent Residency for investors of the Cyprus Investment Programme
    1. If you invest 2 million euros and make an additional donation of 150,000 euros
    2. You and your family can get receive Cyprus Residency within 5 days of the application submitted

    I hope this helps. The Overseas Property Forum team recommended a lawyer to help with my application.

    Best of luck

    Delilah

     

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