Residency in Slovenia, EU after registering a company – business immigration

Residency in Slovenia, EU

Residency in Slovenia, EU

There are a few options on how to receive residence permit card in Slovenia. Today we will talk about the conditions for residency based on company registration in Slovenia.

Many foreign citizens decide to start a business in Slovenia, Europe, because there are many opportunities for entrepreneurs here. Slovenia is located in the Middle Europe and it is a very safe and clean country. It also has a very strategic location for doing business.

Conditions for residency in Slovenia, EU after company registration in Slovenia

Firstly, the procedure of registering a company in Slovenia is very fast and easy. At our offices you can register a company for free.

Once your company Will be officially registered in Slovenia, you have to meet one of the following conditions in order to obtain work and residence permit.

  • invest in fixed assets of your company min. 50.000 euros
  • have at least 1 person employed in the company for at least 6 months
  • prove turnover of the company 10.000 euros every month in the last 6 months
  • have degree from the University

To obtain residency in Slovenia just one of these conditions has to be fullfiled.

Foreign entrepreneur can also reunite his/ hers family members in Slovenia. More about it read here: Family reunification.

Residency in Slovenia, EU – how can we help you?

Our company is offering full support to foreign citizens who want to start a business in Slovenia and migrate here.

We can also help you with the procedure of obtaining the permit. Our referents Will guide you, prepare the documents for you in Slovenian language and Will communicate with the institutions.

We also offer legal and tax consultancy, as well as accounting services. If you do not have an address in Slovenia, you can use our business address!

Residency in Slovenia, EU – contact us!

If you have more questions about residency and strating a business in Slovenia, write us an email to: You can also call us to: 00386 1 6006 270 or 00386 40 530 718 (Viber, WhatsApp).

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