How to apply for an 'incubator' visa (2020) ?? NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED ✅️

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Immigration to Ireland is the focus of this video. In particular, immigration on investor visas and entrepreneur visas. In this video, I explain how you can migrate to Ireland through business or through making an investment in Ireland.

I’ll show you 5 options for securing residency in Ireland:
– The Start-up Entrepreneur Programme (or STEP), which legs you migrate to Ireland through setting up a high-potential Irish start-up business.
– Making a Charitable Donation of €500,000
– Investing €1,000,000 in Irish Enterprise
– Investing €1,000,000 in an Irish Investment Fund
– Investing €2,000,000 in an Irish Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

These 5 ways each allow you to get permanent residence in Ireland and Irish citizenship after 5 years. You can apply to migrate to Ireland by yourself, or with your family. You and your family will be granted residence in Ireland for two years, which is renewable for a further three years. After 5 years’ residence, you will be eligible for long term residence in the Ireland and you can then apply to the Irish immigration authorities for Irish citizenship, and become EU citizens.

The briefing in this video provides a brief overview only and is not a substitute for legal or tax advice on Immigration to Ireland. Expert, tailored legal, commercial, immigration and tax advice should be taken which takes into account your particular circumstances.

The videos on my channel, including this video on immigration to Ireland have been prepared for information purposes only. Any views expressed, or comments made on the law, commentary or note in my videos are not necessarily the opinions of anyone other than me. I produce update videos on a regular basis and make every reasonable effort to make the information and commentary accurate and up to date at the time that the video is produced, but no responsibility for its accuracy and correctness, or for any consequences of relying on it, is assumed. Always check when the video has been produced, When you are viewing it, which may be months or years later, the information may be wrong as it may, for example, have been superseded by subsequent legislation or developments. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice to any person on a specific case or matter. You are strongly advised to obtain specific, personal advice from a lawyer about your case or matter and not to rely on the information or comments in my videos.

I will be pleased to help and refer you for any additional advice outside my areas of specialism which you may require. I am UK (rather than Irish) qualified and work with local authorised attorneys to assist clients.

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