Long terms tax Residency Scheme for EEA nationals.
Retirement Residency Scheme.
MM2H stands for Malaysia My Second Home. The MM2H residency scheme is available to everyone who meets the requirements, of any nationality.
Nicosia the capital and commercial centre has busy shopping areas.
From Nicosia all parts of Cyprus are easily reachable.
Larnaca has the main airport just 15 minutes away from the town centre & just 45 minutes from Nicosia. Larnaca has a busy English expat community and the waterfront is currently being re-developed.
Limassol in the south of the island is now increasingly popular with Russian and Chinese expats, a busy port and with a large pedestrianised shopping area.
Paphos is popular with British expats and is on the west of the island. It has slightly milder weather and also has an airport, primarily for holiday flights.
The Cyprus non-dom tax residency scheme is available to EEA nationals (EU + 4 others - including the UK until at least 31 October 2019).
Apart from sun, sea and sand, the Cyprus non-dom scheme offers the opportunity to receive certain categories of income tax free in Cyprus - in particular dividends and interest income.
Cyprus non-dom stands for ‘non-domiciled’ and means that anybody who is not domiciled in Cyprus, and has not been for the last 17 out of 20 years, is eligible providing they hold an EEA passport. This also means that tax residents under the scheme will be exempt from certain taxes e.g. taxes on dividends and interest income.
We offer a complete package which requires a visit to Cyprus of about three working days. This will include meeting our local lawyer, visiting the immigration department, obtaining a social insurance and tax number. It will also be possible to open a local bank account together with any other optional services that are requested (e.g. exchange of driving licence, getting a contract mobile phone etc).
The Cyprus retirement residency scheme (known as Category F) is available to everyone who meets the requirements.
The possibility to reside on a Mediterranean island with low living costs and good weather most of the year, including mild winters and warm to hot summers.
The basic requirement is to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to live in Cyprus. The main applicant must show an income of at least €9,568 p.a. with a further €4,613 for any dependants.
Please be aware that we have been advised of long delays in processing category F applications.
We invite you to contact us for an initial consultation without obligation