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Yellow Slip Categories

Yellow Slip Categories

  The application for a Certificate of Registration, is submitted by a citizen of the Union and members of his family, who are also citizens of the Union, within four months from the date of arrival in the Republic.   Τhe Yellow Slip is divided into the following categories: 1. For employed or self-employed 2. For students 3. For visitors or pensioners 4. For unemployed 5. For children 6. Unemployed EU citizen who is a partner of a CY/EU or TNC 7. Dependant parent of an EU citizen All applicants must provide the following documents: a) Valid passport or identity card and copies of the same b) Marriage Certificate or Civil Union Certificate c) Divorce...

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Online Casino License

Online Casino License

Online Casino License   Our team can assist you on setting up of a Curacao company in connection with acquiring an eGaming sub-license as well as a Cyprus subsidiary of the Curacao company that will do the payment processing:   Important Information: The actual sub gaming license agreement is called an “IP-Agreement”, and operates under the umbrella of the Antillephone N.V. Gaming License (Antillephone). The Curacao company typically will be set-up as gaming company operating on international market. The application process and costs to acquire a sub gaming license (this would be a so-called IP-Agreement) would require the applicant (the Curacao company), to...

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Yellow Slip VS Pink Slip

Yellow Slip Pink Slip Cyprus

Yellow Slip (visitor) VS Pink Slip (visitor)   Τhe Yellow slip is issued for European citizens (including their family members) and the Pink slip is issued for third country nationals. Their differences are the following:   A European citizen must proceed with his registration within four months of entering the Republic in order to be able to reside in Cyprus legally. This registration is the so-called yellow slip, which does not need renewal. More specifically, the registration certificate for EU citizens does not expire, but the certificate for non-EU family member is valid for 5 years, and upon expiration, the applicant can apply for...

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How can i get immigration permit if i want to start a business in Cyprus?

Cyprus is a country that gives you the opportunity to grow both financially and personally. If you are a Non-European country national wishing to reside permanently in Cyprus as a self employed you can do so by applying for an Immigration Permit on the basis of one of the Categories mentioned below (Regulation 5 of the Aliens and Immigration Regulations): · Category A: Persons who intend to work as self employed in agriculture, cattle breeding, bird breeding or fish culture in the Republic, provided that they have in their possession adequate land or a permit to acquire same, they have fully...

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Cyprus Alternative Investment Funds

The establishment of Alternative Investment Funds in Cyprus is permitted only subject to the provisions of the law 2018 L.124(I) of 2018. The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) is the regulatory authority, responsible under the AIF Law for the licensing and supervision of Alternative Investment Funds in Cyprus.   There are three types of Alternative Investment Funds that can be set up in Cyprus. It is the Alternative Investment Fund of unlimited number of investors (AIF), the Alternative Investment Fund of Limited Number of Investors (AIFLNP) and finally the Registered Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF).   An AIF may be established taking one of...

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Do I need a Family Lawyer?

Family Lawyers Divorce - Michalaki Pitsillidou Law Firm Limassol Cyprus

People tend to ask their selves if they have to ask the help of a Lawyer regarding their divorce. The most common answer people give, is that sometimes we can avoid lawyers! We do agree that when the couple is easygoing on each other and can agree on the most of their issues, the divorce might end happily without any particular difficulty. Although there are plenty of divorces where the couple think that they can handle their divorce on their own, they finally find themselves messing things around. Instead of hurry up with your divorce, make sure to categorize your...

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Cyprus Pink Slip

Pink Slip is about temporary residence permit in Cyprus and basically allows Non-European Union passport holders to extend their stay in the island. The period that Pink Slip allows, is more than 3 months (90 days). Additionally, it enables tourists and visitors to extend their stay, despite the duration of their primary visa. Must be noted that the application has to be done before visa expires. Applications must be applied to the Immigration Department of the city that the candidate lives. The approximate period of the Pink Slip issuance is 3 months and once it is applied, there is an allowance...

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Cyprus Yellow Slip

Cyprus Yellow Slip

Cyprus Yellow Slip (or Certificate of Registration) is applied by European Union (EU) and European Economic area (EEA) citizens in order to write in for work, to stay or live as visitors in the Republic of Cyprus. Holders of Yellow Slip in Cyprus have the same rights as Cypriot Citizens, full rights of stay and re-entry in the country, work and engage in business activities. There are 2 different types of application forms between European and non-European citizens and their families. The overall period from the submission of the application to the issuance of the certificate, is approximately 4 months from...

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Cyprus Investment Programme

As a part of its policies aiming to further encourage Foreign Direct Investment and to attract high net worth individuals to settle and do business in Cyprus the Council of Ministers established the "Cyprus Investment Programme". On the 13.2.2019 the Council of Ministers purposing, to ameliorate the “Cyprus Investment Programme”, introduced new criteria and terms based on which non–Cypriot entrepreneurs/ investors and members of their families may submit applications in accordance with the provisions of the “Programme”. According to the relevant decision of the Council of Ministers the revised “Programme” is put into effect from the date of its publication in the...

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Deposit of Contract of Sale of Immovable Property

​​The Sale of Land (Specific Performance) Law No. 81(I)/2011   The Sale of Immovable Property (Specific Performance) Law, No. 81(I)/2011 entered into force on the 1st of August 2011, replacing the previous Legislation, regulating the specific performance of Sale Contracts. The new legislation introduces provisions for the enhancement and upgrading of the protection of purchasers, provided that they deposit the sale contract with the appropriate Lands Office, in order to safeguard that the object of the sale shall be finally registered in their names, either through the transfer thereof by the vendor, or through the procedure of specific performance. The term "specific performance",...

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