Europe Business Immigration

The European Union is made up of 28 countries that cover much of the continent of Europe, including various outermost regions belonging to various member states.

There are different immigration programs in the 28 countries that belong to the European Union. Some of the sectors include ways to become a citizen, inheriting citizenship, foreign worker programs, unemployment rates, and any other official EU immigration program which allows people in Europe to be able to live in one or more EU countries. Some programs may be time-limited based on school, tourism, or work and come to an end after a period of time.

One of the greatest benefits of the EU is that holders of EU country passports are eligible to travel, work, and reside freely all other member states. This open door policy allow many business-related opportunities for foreign nationals who are able to obtain citizenship in one of the EU nations.

The EU grants non EU nationals a resident status after they have continuously and legally lived in the territory of an EU country for five years. Citizenship is typically acquired by birth, marriage, family relations, or long-term residency. Residents in the EU can legally live and work in an EU country with a foreign citizenship and a passport. Each EU country has its own EU immigration policy regarding applications for how a resident can become a citizen. Foreign nationals are so much interested in obtaining EU citizenship, and therefore foreign investments can boost up the economy of EU and its member states, that is why several countries have recently created investment-based immigration visas for businesspersons and investors to utilize in order to relocate to the EU.