Immigration Tbilisi Georgia
The country of Georgia, or as we say in Georgian, “Sakartvelo”, is known for its wine, cuisine, natural beauty, safety, hospitable people, and, most importantly, the favorable investment opportunities.
Georgia is situated in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Georgia is an electric mix of cultures with a strong national identity, which creates the perfect environment for anything from vacation to expatriation. The Georgian language is one of the world’s fourteen unique languages, and Georgia was the first place in human history to produce wine. As we say here in Tbilisi, “Europe starts here”.
Georgia is a rapidly developing country with very low levels of crime and corruption. According to the Numbero report (2016), Georgia is the safest country in Europe, and the sixth safest country in the world.
Residence Permit of Georgia
Residence permit authorizes the right of a foreign citizen to enter and stay in Georgia or transit the territory of Georgia during the term of validity of residence permit. It also authorizes a holder to invite another foreigner to Georgia.
We help foreigners to prepare and file documents for the following residence permits:
Citizenship of Georgia – Second Passport
Is it possible to be granted with citizenship of Georgia?
YES, by a decision of the President of Georgia, a citizen of foreign country may be granted with the citizenship of Georgia.
We help foreign investors who seeks a Second Passport (dual citizenship) to prepare and submit documents for citizenship of Georgia.
Which are Visa Free Countries for Citizens of Georgia?
As of February 2018, Georgian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 100 countries and territories, which includes 22 EU member countries, 4 non-member states and 5 Schengen candidate countries:
The EU member countries: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Greece, France, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Finland, Sweden, and Czech Republic.
Non-member countries: Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
Schengen candidates: Bulgaria, Serbia, Cyprus, Romania and Croatia.
For further information or advice, please contact Archil Mchedlidze