Serbia is a politically stable country with highly developed economic and social spheres of society.

Serbia compares favorably with its neighbors and EU countries with the low cost of company expenses and personal expenses. In Serbia, electricity costs are among the lowest in the world.

The advantages of Serbia are also the widespread use of English in addition to Serbian, good relations with the Russian Federation, the possibility of business immigration not only for the founder but also for his family. The Republic of Serbia allows you to obtain a permanent residence permit after 5 years of being here with a temporary residence permit. This will open access to the good medical and pension systems of Serbia.

In addition, obtaining a temporary residence permit requires only 2 visits to Serbia.


Serbia offers beneficial tax rates for companies and individuals:

  • Tax for individuals is 10-15% of global income
  • Real estate tax - As a rule, it is no more than 0.4%
  • Property tax is 0%
  • The VAT is 20%
  • Inheritance and gift tax is 1.5 - 2.5%
  • Corporate tax and dividend tax is 15%

Conditions for obtaining a residence permit

If you are interested in a residence permit in Serbia, you do not need to wait for the start of the Serbian investment citizenship program.

In order to obtain a residence permit in Serbia, the applicant must manage a Serbian company or a branch of a foreign company in Serbia. Besides, you can apply for a residence permit by creating a fund in which you will be appointed as a director, or by establishing an association. In any case, you can count on our help step by step.

If you manage a company in Serbia, you will receive the right to reside in Serbia based on the stable activities of the company. Moreover, your family members (spouses and minor children) can also join you in the process of family reunification.

The procedure

The first condition that must be met when applying for a residence permit is that a foreign citizen must have an imprint of the border police in his passport. There must be an exact date and place of entry into Serbia.

The second condition is that before applying, the applicant must have a place of residence and be registered there.

A document confirming the residence of a foreigner at the place of registration is called a white card.

The third condition is the preparation of documentation for applying for temporary residence.

When applying, the applicant himself must be present at the registration authority.

After all the documents have been submitted, the decision to issue a temporary residence permit is made in a few days.

If you are thinking about obtaining a residence permit in Serbia, entrust all the formalities to Law and Trust International. Allow yourself to enjoy all the advantages of the selected country.

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