6th most powerful passport in the world, giving visa-free or visa-on-arrival up to 183 countries.
Greece permits those who invest a minimum of €250,000 into residential property to obtain a five-year residence permit. This permit can be indefinitely renewed for five years at a time as long as the property is held.
In 2015, Greece introduced new legislation to allow non-EU citizens who stay in Greece continuously for seven years to become citizens. This is the most economical and fast way to get residency in a EU country, with the possibility of citizenship in the future.
Additional Government fees will apply.
• Quick processing of only 2–3 months
• Entire family gets the benefits of European residency
• Open to all nationalities
• Dual nationality permitted– no need to surrender current passport
• Possibility of citizenship after seven years
• Free, unrestricted travel within the Schengen area
• Stay in any Schengen location for up to 3 months, with multiple entries allowed
• Start businesses bank accounts, and invest anywhere in the world
• Education with the same rights as a Greek citizen
• Healthcare facilities rank at 14th out of 191 members of the WHO
About The Country
Greece has long been considered the cradle of Western civilization, where democracy and political science, poetry and drama, science and philosophy took their birth. It's no surprise, that it has no less than 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, reflecting its rich history and long tradition of culture.
Modern Greece came into existence in 1830 after a war of independence against the Ottoman Empire, which is modern day Turkey. Today it is a part of the EU and the Eurozone. Its rich cultural legacy, tradition of hospitality, more than 30 scenic and popular islands such as Crete, Mykonos and Santorini, combined with the climate, fine food and natural attractions make it the 7th most visited country in Europe, and 16th in the world.
Its unique geographic position makes it possible to travel to three different continents within an hour; the farthest points in Europe are, at the most, only 3 hours away. The largest economy in the Balkans, it is considered a "middle power".
In 2013, Greek Law 4146/2013 made it possible for foreign nationals who buy a residence worth at least €250,000 to obtain an indefinitely renewable 5-year residency visa.
Processing Time: 2–3 months
This is the standard processing time but may change if there are any additional procedures/requirements requested by the government.
Location: Southern Europe, at the tip of the Balkan peninsula
Land Area: 131,957 square km
Climate: Mediterranean: Hot, dry summers, cool, wet winters
Population: 10,761,523 (July 2018 est.)
Language: Greek (official)
Currency: Euro (Exchange rate: 1 Euro=US$1.12 )
GDP (PPP) (international dollars): $ 324.230 billion
GDP per capita (PPP) (international dollars): $ 30,352.314
(GDP information: 2019 est. as per IMF data)