For your stay in Slovenia you need to receive a temporary residence permit. Residence permit allows a foreigner to stay legally on the territory of the country for a long time. An application for a temporary residence permit must be submitted to a diplomatic mission or consulate of Slovenia in the country of permanent residence. A decision on the issuance of a residence permit to foreigner is taken by the competent administrative unit of the Republic of Slovenia.
With Red Passport company the process of obtaining Slovenian residence permit will pass
easily and quickly.
We will ensure comfortable immigration to Slovenia for you and your family.
Legal residence in Slovenian territory
Full social security – privileges, retirement benefits, unemployment compensation and maternity grants
Registration of a business in stable economic area
Visa-free travel throughout Europe
Doing business in the European market without restrictions
Private property security
Free health care services of high quality
Free kindergartens and school education for children
Carrying out secure bank operations
Possibility of obtaining an EU passpor
Business registration and employment allow maintaining business activities in an economically developed country
Work under an employment contract
Receiving education in public or private educational institutions
Carrying out scientific activities under an agreement with a foreign organization
Family reunification – with children, parents, spouses
Official marriage with Slovenian citizen
Carrying out official activities by diplomats, cultural, educational or scientific organizations representatives, delegation members
Special contribution to the development of the country
Long-term medical treatment in the territory of Slovenia
Registration of the company
The organization of business in Slovenia should begin with the definition of the organizational-legal form of the company. Foreigners can open an LLC, a subsidiary company and a branch (representative office). Legal residence in Slovenia for more than 1 year allows to register a private enterprise. Opening a business in Slovenian territory requires the introduction of a minimum legal capital of €7,500.
The application for residence permit
A single residence and work permit is provided for foreigners with the purposes of self-employment or work in the territory of Slovenia. The right to apply for a residence permit is given to an entrepreneur who provided a job to a European employee for a period of six months, proved the business profitability by monthly revenue of more than €10,000 or invested at least €50,000 euros in the company's activities, e.g. purchase of equipment, car, real estate, office equipment.
Receiving the residence permit
After successful submission of package of documents for residence permit, you receive a single residence and work permit. The initial validity of the Resident Card is 1 year with the possibility of further extension. Upon receiving of a residence permit, an entrepreneur is required to register a temporary residence address in Slovenia and set up a health insurance policy.
SLOVENIAN RESIDENCE PERMIT PROCESSING TIME
Duration of the process of receiving a single residence and work permit in Slovenia depends on fulfillment of the requirements for active implementation of the company’s activity. Average term of the process is 3 months, the resident's Card is issued after 2 weeks.
RESIDENCE PERMIT EXTENSION
The application and documents for single permit extension are to be submitted 1 month before its expiry. The key requirement for foreign entrepreneurs in extending their residence permit is a regular payment of all tax dues and timely submission of reports to the tax service. After 1 year of residence in Slovenia, a residence permit is issued for a period of 2 years. A legal stay in Slovenian territory for 5 years allows you to obtain permanent residence, for 10 years - the citizenship of Slovenia.
Receiving Slovenian residence permit through business immigration is a convenient option for successful entrepreneurs as well as those who want to start their business in Europe. In order to support foreign businessmen, Slovenian government simplified the procedure of the company registration and provided a number of tax privileges for doing business.