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You may have many questions about immigration opportunities, the application process, and changes in the law. Speaking to us is the best way to get the answers you are looking for.

Everyone in the Republic of Georgia has certain rights guaranteed under the immigration law, to get a citizenship or a residence permit to stay in Georgia.

Why Move To Georgia?

Research shows that Georgia has been involved in commerce with many lands since ancient time, due its location on Black Sea and later on the historical Silk Road. “World’s oldest wine” found in 8,000-year-old jar’s in Georgia, it’s a key branch of the country’s economy.

In the Caucasus Mountains you can obtain gold, silver, copper and iron. The country has sizable hydropower resources.

Georgia with its climate and soil have been one of the most productive agriculture and tourism economic sectors; Furthermore, there are some more reasons to move and/or have a residence permit in Georgia:

Lowest cost of living
Great opportunities to do a business
Most liberal entrepreneurial legislation.
Access to Europe
Flexible Tax system

There are different types of residence permits:

Work residence permit- for entrepreneurial and labor activities;
Study residence permit-for educational purposes;
Residence permit for family reunification-for family members of a foreigner holding a residence permit;
Residence permit of a former citizen of Georgia-for a foreigner whose Georgian citizenship has been terminated;
Residence permit of a stateless person-for a person established in Georgia;
Special residence permit-person who might be a victim of a human trafficking;
Permanent residence permit-for a foreigner, holding a temporary permit, has resided in Georgia for six years;
Investment residence permit-for a foreign investor and its family members;
Temporary residence permit-for a foreigner recognized as a victim of domestic violence;
Short-term residence permit-for a foreigner having right to immovable property (except agricultural land);
Dual citizenship (remember we have a visa free access to Europe)
You choose we get it for you.