For residents without gainful employment: property investment such as purchase of real estate, shares or shares of companies, state bonds or some financial products of Andorran banks with a total value of EUR 400,000 and a deposit of EUR 50,000 to INAF (Andorran National Institute of Finance) plus EUR 10,000 per person. The deposit will be returned when you decide to leave the country.
For self-employed residents: payment of EUR 400 monthly to the Social Security (with exemptions to the first two years).
You will find more information on the official website of the Government of Andorra’s Immigration.
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The Principality of Andorra requires residents without gainful employment to own or rent a property, invest in the territory and place a deposit with the INAF (Andorran National Institute of Finance)
Self-employed residents are required to own or rent a property in the territory and pay the fee to the Social Security
Andorra has a unique natural environment with the highest capital city in Europe
Strong financial system
Very low taxation
Public safety and privacy is unparalleled
No organized crime
Highest life expectancy in the world of 84.2 years, according to the World Health Organization
Forms of immigration:
Residents without gainful employment
Residence without gainful employment requirements:
Mandatory permanence in the territory for 90 days (accumulative in free periods)
Obligation to own or rent a property
Must have private insurance
Must have an income above 300% of Andorran minimum wage (EUR 957.00) plus 100% for dependents
Must have an investment and place a deposit with the INAF (see Investment Requirements below)
Note: For athletes with international projection or scientists, the investment of EUR 400,000 is not required, only the deposit bail at the INAF.
The Principality of Andorra, also called the Principality of the Valleys of Andorra, is a micro independent and sovereign state located in the eastern Pyrenees mountains bordered by Spain and France. It is known as a principality as it is a diarchy headed by two Co-Princes – the Roman Catholic Bishop of Urgell in Spain, and the President of France. In Andorra, immigration and taxes are tightly controlled by the State. Each year, the State publishes the number of people for which immigration to the country would be open.