Any foreign applicants (non-EU), can form a company in Switzerland (in a swiss canton), with the scope of creating jobs to local citizens, thus contributing to the economic development of the country. The owner of the company are eligible for residence permit in Switzerland.
Applicants can get residence permit in Switzerland, upon paying a `annual lump sum taxation` fee – a minimum of CHF 300’000 or more, depending on swiss canton.
By paying this flat fee, there is no need to declare worldwide income and assets.
Foreigners with no direct blood ties to Switzerland through either birth or marriage must currently live in the country for at least 12 years before they can apply for citizenship. Years spent in the country between ages ten and 20 count double.
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