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Montenegro temporary residency

Post by 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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Post by Adama » July 9th, 2013, 2:19 am

When are set to join the EU?

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Post by 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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Post by 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

Post by 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 ...

Yeah, it's been on the short list. 8)
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http://www.escapeartist.com/Tanja_Bulat ... nal_Guide/
не поглеждай назад. 8)

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Post by mand38 » July 9th, 2013, 4:57 pm

Was there few times, in cities like kotor or budva, girls are beautful and very fun-ready, one of best places for great fun times

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