Immigration & Residency
Accounting and banking setup
Application fees and taxes
Accompanied appointments where required
Price breakdown for all categories of services.
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While some nationalities can stay in Montenegro visa-free for 90 days, if you are looking for true stability in you digital nomad lifestyle then you likely want to be able to stay in one place for a longer period of time so that you can focus on growing and running your business. The only way to stay in Montenegro for longer than your allowance as a visitor is to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit for Montenegro, or a ‘Dozvola Za Privremeni Boravak.’ This residency permit needs to be renewed annually and after 5 years of continuous temporary residency you are eligible to apply for a permanent residency permit (renewable every 5 years). Other important advantages of temporary residency in Montenegro include better access to banking services, easier movement into and out of the country (think Covid-19), vehicle registration and more.
Any foreigner who buys a property or registers a company in Montenegro can apply for a one-year temporary residence permit. the application process does require a criminal record check from your home country, so any existing criminal record could negatively impact your application.
According to the law of Montenegro, a person is eligible to apply for residency in Montenegro in the following cases: They have employment in Montenegro Family reunification - The applicant is a dependent of a resident or has dependents in Montenegro Property ownership Opening a company in Montenegro Education in Montenegro Scientific research Medical care Charity work or Humanitarian Missions
Our company formation and work permit application service includes all document translation and processing in Montenegro, with the exception of translation and nostrification of your diploma certificates. The Ministry of Education fees for this vary depending on the type of certificates you use.
The short answer is, "No". As with any visa or residency application, the final decision for approval or rejection of an application rests with the Montenegrin immigration authorities.
Our job is to complete the company formation and residency application process in line with Montenegrin law and to ensure that all procedures are followed correctly.
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