Residency through property Residencies Plan of Georgia (Asia)

Immigrate to Georgia and apply for Residency through property,Residencies Plan of Georgia (Asia),citizenship by investment,residency by investment,start-up/self-employed/education/work permit visa

Residency through property

Foreign Applicants who make an investment in non-agricultural real estate in Georgia are eligible for a residence permit, if certain conditions are met.

According to new regulations that came into force on July 5th, 2019, the minimum price requirement for real estate increased and became USD 100,000 (instead of the USD 35,000 it was previously).

The Temporary residence permit of Georgia is issued for periods of 6 months up to 6 years. Usually, the first issue is for a period of 6 months or 1 year.

After the applicant receives their Georgian Residence Card, his/her spouse and children are also eligible for a TRP.

Applicants that are interested in establishing a company in Georgia do not necessarily need to visit the country to do so; using power of attorney, our service partners in Georgia will be able to handle all the paperwork and bureaucratic processes, and also make the necessary submission for applying for temporary residency.

After 10 years of continuous, legal residency in Georgia, foreigners may be eligible to apply for Georgian citizenship, if they meet certain conditions, such as knowing the local language, history and customs, and/or have married a Georgian citizen, or are engaged in economic activities considered important to the Georgian state and economy.


Real Estate

Purchase of non-agricultural real estate in Georgia worth a minimum USD 100,000.


- Documents certifying USD 100,000 investment in real estate or investment in a newly-formed Georgian company.
- Criminal Record report from your local police agency.

Restricted Nationalities

No nationality is officially restricted

dual citizenship

Dual citizenship is not recognized in Georgia. To become a citizen of Georgia, you must renounce your previous nationality.

Dual Citizenship not permitted except by special Presidential Decree

Documents Required

  • Certificate of legal stay in the country
  • Certified copy of passport
  • Real estate sales and purchase agreement
  • Proof of ownership or rental housing
  • dual citizenship No
  • Family members included Yes
  • land ownership Yes
  • Physical residence required No
  • Personal visit required No
  • Language skills required No
  • Interview required No
  • Investment Single $100,000
  • Investment Family 4 $100,000
  • Minimum annual income -
  • Time to citizenship 120
  • Time to permanent residency 66
  • Visa-free countries 113
  • Financing available No


Georgia is a former Soviet Republic, located on the border between Europe and Asia, on the east cost of the Black Sea. It shares borders with Russia to the north, with Turkey and Armenia to the south, and Azerbaijan to the southeast. It has a population of just over 3.7 million inhabitants, half of which live in Tbilisi, its capital. Its official language is Georgian and its legal tender currency is the Georgian Lari.

  • National Flag of:Georgia
  • Currency:GEL
  • Area Code:995
  • Capital:Tbilisi
  • Continent:Asia
  • Native Languages:, Russian, ,
  • Population:4,630,000


With your new passport from Georgia you'll be able to access 113 countries visa free

citizenship benefits Visa-free or Visa on arrival to 113 countries including The right to live and work in Georgia at all times permanent residency benefits The right to live and work in Georgia without any time limit Fast and easy process Business-friendly policies Potentially profitable investment Territorial tax system Low tax jurisdiction




Tax residents in Georgia are those who reside for at least 183 days in Georgian territory.

Tax residents are only taxed on their Georgian-source income. This means that income earned abroad is not subject to Georgian taxation.

The flat tax rate is 20%, although dividends and interest income is taxed at a 5% final withholding tax on source and not included in the personal tax base.

Rental income from residential properties are also subject to a reduced 5% tax rate, provided that no deductions are taken from this income.

Capital Gains are usually subject to the income standard tax rate, but an exemption may apply from gains on the sale of real property, if it has been held at least two years. Gains on the sale of a residential property with an attached land plot are subject to a reduced tax rate of 5%.

Individuals owning real estate are subject to a real property tax ranging from 0.8% to 1% on the property market value. However, households with annual income below GEL 40,000 are exempted and those with annual income between GEL 40,000 and GEL 100,000 are subject to a reduced tax rate ranging from 0.05% and 0.2% on the property market value.

In Georgia, there are no net wealth, inheritance or transfer taxes. Gifts of a certain value may be subject to taxation.

The V.A.T. standard rate is 18%. Certain goods and service transactions are tax exempt.

Regarding corporate taxation, resident entities are subject to a 15% tax on their profits, whether derived from local or foreign sources. Undistributed profits are not subject to taxation. If you want to learn more about Georgia’s corporate taxation, legal framework and tax treaties, you can check out

Property tax Yes
Transfer tax No
Inheritance tax No
Net worth tax No
CFC law No
Tax residency days 183
Personal income tax rate 20%
Capital Gains tax rate 20%
Investment income tax rate 5%
Territorial taxation Yes

Georgia immigration, Georgia start-up investment visa, Georgia investment immigration, Georgia self-employed immigration, Georgia entrepreneurs visa, Georgia golden visa, Georgia real estate immigration, Georgia bank deposit immigration, Georgia active business investment, Georgia bonds immigration, Georgia entrepreneurship immigration, Georgia pension immigration, Georgia proof of income immigration, Georgia Passive Income immigration, Georgia Private equity immigration, Georgia Venture capital immigration, Georgia second citizenship, Georgia visa, Georgia citizenship, Georgia RESIDENCY, Georgia education, Georgia Citizenship by investment, Georgia Residency by investment, Georgia Immigration by investment, Georgia Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot,