Business immigration to Europe.

Business immigration to Europe.

Business immigration to Europe.
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Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 13:10.
The cost of 500 thousand, if you drive then grinka and passport.
There are no such money yet, in the United Kingdom there are more modest inquiries, for a Tier 1 Enterpreneur visa it is 200 thousand pounds, and if with a business partner, then at 100,000 each. And the fact is that the essence of the difficulty from this will not change – it’s scary to deal with one’s own business and until now I do not really know what to take. I’m a musician, I only know how to play Chopin and Rachmaninoff and teach others how to play Chopin and Rachmaninoff. And it’s a pity to lose everything, thanks to excessive labor, to be honest, but here there is a rather high chance of such an outcome without experience and without an entrepreneurial vein.
You can, through business – register your company, make investments 50 thousand euro (purchase of fixed assets for your company). Of course, you first need to determine the type of activity. And then – an honest country with laws that are respected. Support from the state-va for small businesses, etc.
And in addition, safety, clean ecology, excellent people, and the class neighborhood of countries. Develop your business in wherever you want)))
Learn, get a European diploma. By the way, Slovenian education of excellent quality and is recognized not only in Europe …. Get a residence permit on the basis of training. Possibility to work part-time in parallel with studies, etc. etc.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 13:12.
The demand for the Spiritual will always be.
Do the quality of training and, accordingly, the prices are above the average and you will be less dependent on the fluctuations in the solvency of the middle classes of the population.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 13:50.
The country itself choose, Britain seems to me very expensive with overvalued real estate.
Diana_518 I agree with you, private music school, this is what the first comes to mind and to me. Well, let’s say, not only the piano, but also the other most popular instruments to connect. Hiring a teacher for violin, vocals, guitar – that’s the condition for hiring at least two local ones (this is one of the conditions for Tier 1 in the UK, I do not know about other countries). Only very much unstable is the demand for this. As soon as a crisis, immediately trying to save on such excesses, it’s still not buying bread and milk every day.
Another question. It is assumed that this will be an educational institution with a diploma at the end. How to get accredited, get a state license for training? What standards should be met? Do foreigners give such licenses?
Somehow everything is not so simple. In general, I will think.
If you have a music education (higher education), and I understand that you have it, you yourself have the right to teach at your school. The issue of hiring & quot; at least two local & quot; – in Slovenia it is not necessary, i.�. is not a prerequisite for the opening and running of a business. Of course, you can hire someone to help – at least this knowledge of the language, while adapting, laws and all that.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
04 Aug. 2016, 14:00.
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) She lived in this country, there are contacts, acquaintances, friends.
4) Cultural life (and I am more or less likely to be engaged in this sphere) at a high level.
5) If you live in the south (for example, in London), the climate is warmer than the city in which I lived in Russia.
6) Subjectively I just like this country.
1) Expensive. Real estate – super expensive.
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) Excellent climate.
3) Cultural life at a high level.
1) I do not know French, I will have to spend years to learn to a decent level.
2) If the capital, it is also expensive.
3) The bureaucracy goes off scale (this is about opening your own business).
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) Cultural life at a high level.
1) German is generally a dark forest for me. I can not imagine that I can learn it well.
2) The climate is not very (although looking where).
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:09.
Here the difficulties can be with the study of the language of the “country of the ancestors” and the duration of the procedure (about two years, so the earlier you apply for the restoration of citizenship, the better).
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:10.
Diana, you something to think about ?! You are a ready business project!
1. Come to (London, Washington, Berlin.)
2. Come to a large publishing house and offer them the possession of the right to publish your Afghan diaries.
3. You can enter into a contract with your own agent.
4. Be careful, do not fail! Start from five hundred thousand pounds.
I give you the idea, I’m your fan and reader. % $
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:18.
The demand for the Spiritual will always be.
Do the quality of training and, accordingly, the prices are above the average and you will be less dependent on the fluctuations in the solvency of the middle classes of the population.
I fully support. + 1000. Demand for spiritual will always be. And respect those who are ready to develop spiritual.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:19.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:25.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:31.
Here the difficulties can be with the study of the language of the “country of the ancestors” and the duration of the procedure (about two years, so the earlier you apply for the restoration of citizenship, the better).
Yes, I could have followed this path, but, firstly, you correctly noticed about the EU and Great Britain. They decided to leave the union, unfortunately, it is possible and not able to jump into this departing train.
And secondly, I do not have such roots. Neither Romanian nor Bulgarian, in general, any country in Europe. There are no Jews either. From memory I remember my ancestors to the fourth tribe, all Russians of different nationalities of the Volga region.
1. Come to (London, Washington, Berlin.)
2. Come to a large publishing house and offer them the possession of the right to publish your Afghan diaries.
3. You can enter into a contract with your own agent.
4. Be careful, do not fail! Start from five hundred thousand pounds.
I give you the idea, I’m your fan and reader. % $
Haha, thank you, laughed. Thank you for your attention to my diary :-P.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:40.
In Austria, somehow I could not go, but as a musician I know a lot about it, what can I say, for us it is a peculiar Mecca.
But I can not imagine how to learn German at all. ** Worse probably only Chinese.
PS. This is if you are only considering Europe. And generally in Hong Kong / Singapore music teachers with European appearance will be torn off with their hands and feet, and the business will be much easier to open there than in the EU. But I perfectly understand why Europe is after Asia.
I do not know, maybe I can make an intermediate stop somewhere in a major Asian city such as Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore: shock:
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:42.
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) She lived in this country, there are contacts, acquaintances, friends.
4) Cultural life (and I am more or less likely to be engaged in this sphere) at a high level.
5) If you live in the south (for example, in London), the climate is warmer than the city in which I lived in Russia.
6) Subjectively I just like this country.
1) Expensive. Real estate – super expensive.
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) Excellent climate.
3) Cultural life at a high level.
1) I do not know French, I will have to spend years to learn to a decent level.
2) If the capital, it is also expensive.
3) The bureaucracy goes off scale (this is about opening your own business).
1) A country with a high standard of living.
2) Cultural life at a high level.
1) German is generally a dark forest for me. I can not imagine that I can learn it well.
2) The climate is not very (although looking where).
– is among the five most environmentally friendly countries in the world.
high life expectancy.
– Optimum and transparent conditions for doing business in a civilized space.
– favorable geographical position in the center of Europe – neighborhood with Italy, Croatia, Austria, Hungary.
– Cultural life at a very high level.
– English is taught since childhood, they know the same as Slovenian.
– The residence permit in Slovenia is included in the TOP-5 on business immigration in Europe.
– it’s the Slavic soul and the German order.
– very similar language.
– there is no division into yours and ours.
– To date, the procedure for registration of residence permits in Slovenia is easier than in other EU countries.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:47.
Well, Brexit – yes, it’s a risk. Opening a business is also a risk, especially in a foreign country and without entrepreneurial experience. Choose you.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:49.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:52.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:53.
Maybe I should go and see, I do not even know: shock:
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:55.
Boring is your way. So you are up to the status of “refugee”. think of it.
Students, cafe owners, shaverma merchants in the capitals of the world are not our way. One clever girl writes with her cues. I teach you about the superman. Man is something that must be transcended. What did you do to surpass it? F. Nietzsche, “So Spoke Zarathustra & quot;
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 14:58.
Maybe I should go and see, I do not even know: shock:
And my friends live there – they, by the way, are from ours. Right now they are engaged in business there. The child goes to school – for free. So it’s not so scary. They are very happy and do not intend to return.
Some of the acquaintances have children studying – one in Univer, another in College. And also with the prospect of staying in Slovenia.
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 15:05.
Students, cafe owners, shaverma merchants in the capitals of the world are not our way.
Well listen, I, of course, understand that to you then on the Internet it will be more interesting to read my next diary, if it will be any trash and hardcore. And the more hardcore, the more interesting: razz: ;-). : roll:
But I need to really look at things. Why not a student? Why not own something? Quite normal ways. I’m not going to get to the refuge before. I hope.
And you expect from me in all the superman? : lol:
Re: Business immigration to Europe.
Aug 04, 2016, 15:06.
Then in Slovakia, to Vienna 60 km.
Many Slovaks live here and work every day in Austria.
You need to set the bar higher, do not go down to the & quot; Shawarma at the station & quot;


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