Financing a film project or developing business activities as a shareholder in a renowed German TV & film company can open the door for a residence permit. Legal Alliance is mandated to look for adequate investors.
Germany is not only the strongest economy in Europe. It also offers opportunities to receive a residence permit for citizens from third countries (other than EU, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway), provided the applicant is prepared to invest and to exercise a business
- activity, both of which
- must be of economic interest or meet a regional need
- must have a positive effect on the economy
- must prove the solid financial basis of the applicant/investor
In other words, different to a number of EU countries, who consider a real estate investment (of € 500.000,00 or more) to be sufficient in order to award a residence permit (or even a citizenship) Germany “does not look for money” but for qualified investment in – what is considered – to be “useful”.
Legal Alliance can offer a variety of such investment opportunities, which are likely to meet the requirements for a successful application. Just recently Legal Alliance was mandated, to offer its clients abroad the investment in a renowed film & TV company. “For as a little as € 250.000,00 (on a loan basis) an applicant can pave the way for a Schengen residence permit”, says Dr. Scheele, CEO of Legal Alliance.