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Startup Visa Worldwide

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Defines what a startup visa is

Highlights the best incentives of the startup visa programs in leading entrepreneurial countries

Explain the application process for startup visas

About the guide

Do you have a great idea for a startup? And, do you want to develop it in another country? Then this startup visa eBook is made for you!

To develop your business abroad, you will very likely need to get a special resident permit in the new country. Luckily, several countries are concentrating efforts to accelerate their economy based on innovation. Because of that, they also set a series of incentives to attract foreign entrepreneurs to open their business there – including the startup visa.

This visa is a temporary residence permit that allows you to develop your project abroad. As a consequence, you can take advantage of that location’s resources to start and grow your company. This option can be extremely helpful if you have better market opportunities outside your home country.

The first stage of the visa allows you to open your business and test the local market. In addition to that, it can also be extended and become a permanent residence permit in the future. As can be seen, this is a great tool for ambitious entrepreneurs who want to develop a global business.

With this in mind, we created a guide that shares everything you need to know about startup visas around the world. This document will help you identify the best possibilities for your company. In addition to that, it will also provide essential information about these permits, such as:

  • Application procedures
  • Application costs
  • Acceptance criteria
  • Duration of visa
  • And much more!

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