RESIDENCE PROGRAMME (LUMP-SUM TAXATION)
Switzerland, has been synonymous with stability, security and neutrality, principles that shaped Switzerland‘s distinctively humanitarian tradition. High level of safety, very low crime rate, outstanding health-care system and a first class infrastructure make this country one of the most preferred homes for successful business people and their families. The lump-sum taxation solution is an attractive sort of taxation that is aimed at persons with foreign nationality, who are relocating their main domicile to Switzerland from abroad for the first time and at the same time do not engage in any paid activity in Switzerland.
Official Name: The Swiss Confederation
Official Language: German, French, Italian and Romansh
Surface Area: 41,277 sq km
Population: 8,403,994 (July 2020 est.)
GDP: $523.1 billion (2017 est.)
GDP per Capita: $62,100 (2017 est.)
HP Passport Index: Ranked 7th with 185 destinations visa -free access
Member of: United Nations (UN), the Council of Europe, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the European Economic Area (EEA) and many other important international organizations
Living in a political, social, and economic stable environment
First-class lifestyle and healthy environment
Reliable and well organized public services
Outstanding health care system
Solid infrastructure and excellent banking facilities
For Non-EU/EFTA nationals – In case the applicant is a non-EU/EFTA national, the procedure is more demanding, however, with our assistance, it is indeed possible to obtain the Swiss residence permit. In accordance with the current Swiss tax and immigration laws, main applicants have to meet the following requirements:
EU/EFTA nationals can expect an application process of three to six, as due to their EU citizenship status which falls under the agreement on the free movement of persons between the EU and Switzerland.
For Non-EU/EFTA nationals, however, the process is more demanding and time consuming and the processing time is depending on various factors. Usually, the applicants can expect a processing time of two to four months. After providing all legal application documents, your application will be submitted to the relevant authorities. IN case the application is approved, the authorities issue an entry visa for the applicants in order to enter Switzerland. After the entry into Switzerland can finally register. On approval, the applicant will receive the residence permit from the canton in which they reside.
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Important Points to Consider
All of the above information is not intended to be immigration advice.
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