6 months to residency
1 day per year
Potential to naturalise
From around the world, people go to Ireland to be immersed in nature and in the warmth of its people. Moreover, Ireland has an impressive global reputation as a hub for Foreign Direct Investment and is home to many of the world’s leading high performance companies; Intel, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Pfizer, Citi, Huawei, Takeda, Fujitsu, Novartis and more.
Ireland is an attractive location with an abundance of high-performing people with positive attitudes, and The Irish Investor Visa Program is made available to stimulate productive investment in Ireland and to offer residency in Ireland to dynamic business professionals with a proven record of success.
The three routes to permanent residency in Ireland are:
The benefit of this route is
less upfront cost.
Mutualised asset-backed fund
Money back after 5 years
Real Estate Investment Trust
Equity fund in commercial property
Compile application and
determine investment route
Approval in principle or rejection, usually within 6 months
Investment to be made in fund, charity donation or REIT.
Stamp 4 visa for whole family renewable every five years
Forbes magazine has ranked Ireland as one of the best countries for business – not just for large multinationals, but also scaling and startup businesses;
investment in Ireland and to offer residency in Ireland to dynamic business professionals with a proven record of success.
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IDLF is an asset-backed mutualised debt fund which offers a very secure option for investors and is regulated by the Bank of Ireland. The €1,000,000 investment is returned after five years and investors have the opportunity to obtain long-term residency status.
The two key objectives of the fund:
The directors of the fund include Mr. John Bruton, Former Prime minister of Ireland, and Mr. Richard Horlick, Former Head of Investments Schroders Plc.
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