The German Entrepreneurial Residency Program is one of the premium choices for foreign entrepreneurs seeking European residency along-with high quality lifestyle and well-established domestic infrastructure.
Germany is one of the world's most dominant economic powers with a GDP of over EUR 3 trillion. It is the largest and most influential country in Central Europe and is known for its efficient production of high-tech products, innovation and high-quality lifestyle. Germany is a hotbed for investments with many global corporations having a local presence in this region.
Alongside a booming economy, Germany has an internationally renowned education system, playing host to some of the most prestigious schools and universities in Europe. German residents enjoy a very high standard of living, a modern and affordable health service and unrivalled travel infrastructure.
|CAPITAL CITY||SCHENGEN AREA||TOTAL AREA||LANGUAGES||CURRENCY||POPULATION||TIME ZONE||GDP|
|Berlin||Full Member Since 1958||357,376 Km2||German, English||Euro||82.79 Million (2017)||Central European Time Zone (UTC+01:00)||€ 3.23 Trillion (2017)|
|CAPITAL CITY||SCHENGEN AREA||TOTAL AREA||LANGUAGES|
|Berlin||Full Member Since 1958||357,376 Km2||German, English|
|Euro||82.79 Million (2017)||Central European Time Zone (UTC+01:00)||€ 3.23 Trillion (2017)|
The required investment is proportioned in 2 parts
The client will be required to maintain a residential address during the entire investment period. As the real estate development is off-plan, the main applicant is required to rent a property until the development has been completed.
The fees associated with this program cover service and legal representation for the main applicant and all qualifying family members throughout the temporary and permanent residence application process.
All application fees charged by SRG are subject to change. These fees depend on the number of applicants and the complexity of the process. Please contact us if you have any questions or need more information.
Pursuant to the German law, foreign nationals may be granted German residency under Section 21 of the German Residence Act (Aufenthaltsgesetz, AufenthG). The entrepreneur will receive a three-year temporary residence permit, which is then converted into permanent residence in year four. Residency can be extended to spouse and children who are under the age of 18.
Criteria for being eligible for German residency
SRG is the official provider for German Residency Program; below are our approved partners that we work with