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Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world with the area of 41,285 km² and with the population of 8.2 Million People. Switzerland is a perfect place for wealthy individuals to do business and enjoy the country’s luxury lifestyle. Since many years, Switzerland has become one of the most attractive places on earth for the investors to relocate himself and his/her family there. The high level of education, healthcare, political neutrality, privacy and taxation system makes its wonderful place to live and retire.

You get the chance to travel freely around the Schengen zone without any additional fee for visa.

As Switzerland is a very expensive country to live, the residency visa program is aimed at very high net-worth individuals.
There are two alternatives for Non-EU investor’s to obtain residence permit in Switzerland:

  • The applicant must invest at least 1 Million Swiss Francs into a Swiss company, which is struggling to expand without this necessary investment. The Swiss authority which issues the residence permit is very selective and they scrupulously check if the investment brings economic benefits to the Country (creating jobs, stimulates new technologies, industrial or scientific development etc).
  • The applicant can pay annual lump-sum tax. This alternative does not require from the investor to register a company in Switzerland and etc. This lump-sum tax can be varied from 150,000 Swiss francs up to 1 Million. The amount is calculated as follows:
    • 5 times annual rental income
    • Or 5 times annual living expenses
    • The amount is calculated depending on the canton of residence (except Zurich)
Besides the investment requirements:
  • The applicant must have a clear criminal record
  • Be under 55 years old
  • Be a non-EU citizen
  • The investment must be maintained for the full period of the applicant’s residency in the country
  • Applicant is not eligible if he/she simply buys shares in Swiss company or puts the money in Swiss bank
  • The purpose of the investment must be an economic growth of the company and therefore to create permanent jobs
Benefits to Obtain Permanent residence permit in Switzerland:
  • Visa Free travel within the Schengen Area
  • Dependent family members are included in the program
  • Right to work, live and study in the country
  • Extensive network of double tax treaties and favorable tax regime
  • Fast track procedure (2-4 months)

In addition, the applicant must know that the interview and selection process is undertaken with a great deal of discretion.

  • Visa Free travel within the Schengen Area
  • Dependent family members are included in the program
  • Right to work, live and study in the country
  • Extensive network of double tax treaties and favorable tax regime
  • Fast track procedure (2-4 months)

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  • EDUCATION: Primary and secondary education level60%
  • HOUSING: Prices of housing and real estate77%
  • Healthcare system development87%
  • COST OF LIVING: How cheap goods and services are67%
  • ENVIRONMENT: Quality of country’s environment97%
  • BUSINESS: Easiness of doing business83%
  • GROWTH RATE: How fast economic is growing63%
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