albania business immigration
Albania is a small European country with many mountains, castles, and archaeological sites. It’s located across from Italy, separated by the Adriatic Sea.
Population: 3 million
Key Cities: Durrës, Tirana, Elbasan, Vlorë
Official Language: Albanian
Major Religions: Muslim, Orthodox, Roman Catholic
Bordering Countries: Greece, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia
Size: 11,100 sq. miles
Lowest point: the Adriatic Sea at sea level
Highest point: Mount Korab at 9,068 ft.
Albania, located on Southeastern Europe’s Balkan Peninsula, is slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Maryland.
Major industries in Albania include textiles and clothing, oil, lumber, and food processing. Tourism is also a growing industry, especially in the capital city of Tirana.
Main crops in Albania are wheat, corn, and potatoes. About half of all working Albanians have jobs related to agriculture.
Business Immigration Process:
Open a business license for the person A. This license can be for a real business or a minimal consultancy business.
B. Employ him with a local company.
C. If this person wants to bring his family along - after getting his residence - we can make the papers for him to sponsor his family to Albania.
To get the residence permit for a person to Albania we need:
a. To have a person with no criminal record or problems with the law
b. To be responsible and serious in his dealing with us.
c. The person should have enough funds and desire to come and settle in Albania.
d. The person should be able to work or set up a business in Albania. Or if he does not want to work in Albania he must be committed to paying the taxes monthly to the government (around 60 USD / month) and pay a rent (100 EU or more per month) until he gets his 1-year residence permit.
Total Fee including all official fees : USD 7500 in 2 instalments.