Becoming a resident of a tax-free jurisdiction is a desirable option for many individuals.
The UAE is a zero-tax jurisdiction which enables individuals to optimally allocate their resources and benefit from the associated fiscal benefits.
Through our years of experience, we have developed a complete and comprehensive residency package that is unique to the region. Our custom approach to UAE Residency contains everything that we know our clients will need to obtain and substantiate a full UAE Fiscal Residency. This includes a full suite of services designed to manage and maintain UAE Residency that we execute on behalf of our clients.
There are 3 ways of acquiring UAE Residency:
1. Incorporating a Freezone company
2. Incorporating an Onshore company
3. Investment in real-estate valued at more than AED 1 million (approx. $270,000)
Loggerhead Corporate Services advises and guides our clients on the most appropriate means of achieving UAE Residency according to their needs.
We position our service at the highest level whilst maintaining a competitive market price ensuring a superior customer experience. Our UAE Residency Package is fully transparent which allows our clients to effectively plan the entire process without any hidden costs or additional charges.
Loggerhead Corporate Services
A UAE Free Zone Company
UAE Corporate & Personal Bank Accounts
A UAE Investor Visa Through Your UAE Company
A Property and Gain Associated Utility Bills
The Cyprus Investment program grants full Cypriot Citizenship (passport) to those who invest a minimum EUR 2 million into the country for at least 3 years.
The Cyprus Investment program is one of the fastest and most efficient programs to obtain citizenship. Following the submission of an application, clients can expect to receive approval within 3 months and will receive their passport a further 3 months after their successful approval.
Cyprus remains an attractive destination from a residency perspective, benefiting from a warm Mediterranean climate and convenient location at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa.
In 2016, the Cypriot government reduced its criteria for granting immigration permits for third country nationals investing in Cyprus in a bid to stimulate foreign investment and boost its economy.