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Montenegro temporary residency

Postby Tsar » July 9th, 2013, 12:52 am

Montenegro is a prospective EU member and it appears it will join the EU in the near future. Montenegro has many opportunities because it's on the Mediterranean, it's stable, and it's classified as a middle income country. They are very business friendly and they currently allow people to get a temporary residence visa if they take the steps to open a business in Montenegro. There is currently no minimum that is required to open a business in Montenegro (unlike most other countries in the EU).

Properties by the coast might also be a good investment because Montenegro has been becoming a very popular tourist destination, especially for Europeans.

Montenegro is located in Southern Europe. They have a Mediterranean climate, sunny beaches, and are ethnically Slavic. I think that I would definitely prefer to live in Montenegro more than Ireland because it seems like it would be a better fit for me.

http://www.evropartner.org/immigrationeng.php

Once a country joins the EU, it typically tightens immigration policies for all non-EU members. I believe that this opportunity for a new life in Montenegro is one of the best options an American has to move to Europe and become an entrepreneur. I'm not into technical things, so I believe I'm more suited towards the tourism or retail small business sector.
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Postby Adama » July 9th, 2013, 2:19 am

When are set to join the EU?
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Postby Tsar » July 9th, 2013, 2:25 am

Adama wrote:When are set to join the EU?


I would assume very soon based upon the recent developments.

Timeline: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accession_ ... n#Timeline

I'm not in a position to establish a business in a present, so can only hope that option is available in 2014 or 2015. Sometimes there can be unforeseen delays and the bureaucratic processes time consuming, so it's possible it could take a few more years.
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Postby AnonymousAmerican » July 9th, 2013, 2:38 am

f**k, i forgot about montenegro. such a good place. it's close to the balkans, but also, it's close to western europe. such a great place to invest, and get women. nobody goes to albania or montenegro to get women, but those women are good looking.
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Re: Montenegro temporary residency

Postby Teal Lantern » July 9th, 2013, 1:50 pm

Tsar wrote:Montenegro is a prospective EU member and it appears it will join the EU in the near future. Montenegro has many opportunities because it's on the Mediterranean, it's stable, and it's classified as a middle income country. They are very business friendly and they currently allow people to get a temporary residence visa if they take the steps to open a business in Montenegro. There is currently no minimum that is required to open a business in Montenegro (unlike most other countries in the EU).

Properties by the coast might also be a good investment because Montenegro has been becoming a very popular tourist destination, especially for Europeans.

Montenegro is located in Southern Europe. They have a Mediterranean climate, sunny beaches, and are ethnically Slavic. I think that I would definitely prefer to live in Montenegro more than Ireland because it seems like it would be a better fit for me.

http://www.evropartner.org/immigrationeng.php

Once a country joins the EU, it typically tightens immigration policies for all non-EU members. I believe that this opportunity for a new life in Montenegro is one of the best options an American has to move to Europe and become an entrepreneur. I'm not into technical things, so I believe I'm more suited towards the tourism or retail small business sector.


Being part of the EU may bring more minuses than pluses, but other than that ...

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Postby mand38 » July 9th, 2013, 4:57 pm

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