Greece’s PR visa by investment is one of the fastest investment programs in Greece.
The Greece Residency by Investment Program was introduced by the Greek government in 2013 to enable genuine investors to acquire residency in Greece by investing in real estate.
The five-year residence permit may be renewed every five years thereafter provided the applicant still owns the property.
In this article, you will get to read in detail about Greece’s permanent residency visa by investment program.
Investment in home/apartment / real estate in Cyprus minimum €250,000 for ownership of a lifetime.
Applicants can secure permanent residency in Greece through investment in real estate. It requires a minimum investment of just €250,000 to gain the Greece PR.
KYC (know your client procedures personal and family), Economic conditions checks, clear criminal records, and other due diligence and banking KYC checking procedures.
Obtain additional family member residency visa.
The residency visa is granted within two months and covers the whole family. It includes parents of both the main applicant and spouse plus dependent children up to the age of 25. It is valid for life and can be passed down to dependents and spouse.
Be able to travel and leave in Greece and Europe subject to terms and conditions.
The applicant and their spouse, children, and parents must have health insurance in Greece.
A valid visa is needed at the beginning of the application process in order to enter Greece.
Without a valid visa, you can’t enter Greece.
Documents must be in Greek Languages
All the essential documentation that accompanies the application for an immigration permit must be duly certified, along with a translation of the same documents into the Greek language.
Visa-free travel within Europe’s Schengen Area.
With Greece Permanent Residency visa, you can freely travel within the Schengen Area.
Eligibility to apply for citizenship after seven years of residence.
After 6 years of living in Greece, you can apply for the passport/citizenship.
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