Portugal Golden Visa is beginning gradually to reopen businesses and ease their lock-down regulations. The Portuguese Government announced last week that they have a phased plan to begin resuming certain services such as schools, shops, restaurants and cinemas over the coming month. The process has already begun but will be gradual and the guidelines still recommend that the nation stays at home as much as possible to avoid a second spike of the virus.
In July 2015, through Act 63/2015 and Regulatory Decree 15-A/2015, the required investment options were revised, and new ones added. Investors can now choose from the following:
Applicants may acquire property valued at €500,000 or more, or
Applicants may acquire property valued at €350,000 or more for properties more than 30 years old or located in urban regeneration areas designated for refurbishing, or
Acquisition of property fitting any of the above requirements with 20% reduction on the minimum amount of investment, if purchased on a low-density population area (€400,000.00 or €280,000.00).
Mann’s Solutions – Portugal Golden Visa
We are able to offer prestigious projects to meet our clients’ expectations. By investing in fractions of pre-qualified projects applicants become co-owners of the entire project and qualify for Portugal’s Golden Visa. Our selected projects share some key benefits:
Applicants must create 10 or more jobs.
CONSULTATION FROM LONDON IMMIGRATION LAWYERS – Portugal Golden Visa
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Mann’s Solutions is international immigration law firm with offices in London, Hong Kong, Istanbul and Moscow and has expertise in offering UK Visas and Immigration by Investment services to high net worth individuals. Our immigration lawyers regulated by OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner).
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