Have you considered opening a business in a European country? Open a company in Slovenia and start your business here, from where you can expand your services to the entire European market. If you also invest in your company, you also become eligible for business immigration in addition to owning a company in Slovenia.
Invest in your company for business immigration to Slovenia, EU – details on Slovenia
Before deciding to invest a larger sum of funds in a country, it is best to inform yourself more about it. Slovenia is a central European country that has been an EU member state from 2004. It is also a part of Schengen zone since 2007.
Slovenia is a versatile country, comprised of both seaside and Alpine regions and perfect for developing several types of businesses.
It has easy access to other EU country because of good airway and highway connections as well as having access to international waters. All of these benefits make it a perfect hub for doing business in Europe.
Slovenia is also a very safe country for both living and doing business. It has one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. Also, most inhabitants speak an additional foreign language next to the official Slovenian language, so doing business in Slovenia is easier for foreigners because of that.
Invest in your company for business immigration to Slovenia, EU – company registration
In order to be able to invest in Slovenia, you have to open your own company here. Foreigners can open a LTD company with 7.500 € minimal founding capital. In addition, you have to provide a business address for the company in Slovenia and Slovenian tax numbers for all shareholders and representatives.
You also have to come to Slovenia for the actual registration as well as opening the bank account for the company. Once the company is officially registered, you can proceed to invest in the company in order to become eligible for business immigration.
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Invest in your company for business immigration to Slovenia, EU – process of business immigration
In order to relocate to Slovenia, you would have to obtain a work and residence permit. You can obtain it through your company, but only being an owner is not enough. The Slovenian legislation prescribes three possibilities for companies that want to employ non-EU citizens.
You can decide to either:
- invest 50.000 € to fixed assets of the company,
- or employ an EU citizen for full-time for 6 months,
- or show company turnover 10.000 €/month for 6 consecutive months.
Once you have fulfilled one of these conditions, you can proceed to applying for your work and residence permit.
If you have decided to invest in your company, you have to make the investment within the first 6 months from company registration. Also, it is not sufficient only to deposit these funds to your corporate bank account. You have to spend it for something you need for business conduct. There is no general rule what this item can be, as long as it is connected to your company being able to provide its services. So it cannot be goods that you plan on selling but it can be commercial or residential real estate, company car, equipment for your company etc.
Open a company in Slovenia with the support of company Data!
If you have decided for business immigration to Slovenia through investment, Data can offer you full support.
We can obtain the necessary documents for company establishment in Slovenia. You can also perform company registration at our VEM point free of charge.
Data also has its own legal department that helps foreigners to understand the conditions of business immigration. The legal advisors can also draft contracts and internal regulations for your company.
We also provide accountancy services and tax consultation.
If your company needs a business address in Slovenia, we can provide services of virtual office.
For more information on how to invest in your company in Slovenia, you can write to our email [email protected]. You can also contact us over the phone 00386 1 6006 270 or 00386 40 530 718 (Viber, WhatsApp). You can also follow us on Facebook.