Mauritius as an immigration destination
Mauritius permanent residency routes
Property Development Scheme (PDS): Allows the development of a mix of residences for sale to non-citizens. Investment in a qualifying business activity: A foreign investor who invests at least USD375,000 in a qualifying business activity is eligible to apply for a permanent Residence Permit.Read More
For foreign nationals who do not have USD375,000 to invest, an alternative residency by investment route into Mauritius is via an Occupation Permit. Those wishing to apply for an Occupational Permit to work and reside in Mauritius can do so under the three categories: Investor, Professional and Self-Employed.Read More
Applicants for Professional Occupation Permit should be foreign nationals employed in Mauritius under a contract of employment and earning a basic monthly salary of at least MUR60,000 (USD1,500). For Professionals in the ICT, BPO, pharmaceutical and food processing sectors, the basic monthly salary must be at least MUR 30,000 (USD750).Read More
A Retired Non-Citizen can apply for an initial ten-year Residency Permit. The requirements are to make an initial transfer of at least USD1,500, or its equivalent in freely convertible foreign currency, at the time of issuance of the permit to his/her local bank account in Mauritius.Read More
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