Greece Immigration
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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

Greece, the foundation of Western civilization, is located in Southeast Europe at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa. It is one of the world’s oldest democratic republics, formally known as the Hellenic Republic. With its beautiful beaches, historic buildings, historical cities and villages, and over 2000 fairytale-like islands, Greece is one of the most visited countries in Europe. In fact, during the summer, the number of tourists in Greece far outnumbers the number of Greek people. Aside from visitors, several people have recently expressed an interest in relocating to Greece. Despite the country’s recent economic crisis, Greece is now becoming more stable. Real estate properties are inexpensive, as are living expenses.


A Greece visa is a permit that allows its holder to enter Greece and stay for a set length of time. The visa also specifies the activities in which the foreigner may participate, as well as whether or not s/he may bring family members with him.


The three primary elements that determine whether you require a visa to enter Greece are your nationality, the length of your stay, and the purpose of your trip. The best time to apply for a Greece visa is right away!


A Greek national visa, also known as a Greece long-stay visa or a Greece D Visa, allows you to enter Greece and stay for longer than three months.


If you wish to stay in Greece for longer than three months, you must apply for a long-stay visa unless you are a national of one of the following countries:

There are three types of Greek National Visas, defined by the main purposes of a long-term stay in Greece, as follows:

To join a family member in Greece, you must apply for a family reunification visa. Only the spouse and children under the age of 18 of a resident in Greece are eligible to apply. This visa is also provided to establish a family tie, such as through marriage or adoption. These are the documents required:

If you want to work in Greece, you must first obtain an employment visa, unless you are a national of one of the nations listed above. This comprises investors, coaches, creators, known religious ministers, press correspondents, teachers, highly qualified workers, seasonal employees, fishers, tour guides, property investors, and so on. The supporting documents you need to provide for this visa are:

If you want to participate in educational activities, you will need to obtain a study visa. University students, volunteers, researchers, vocational training participants, scholars, military training school pupils, and others are the most common applicants for this visa. The documents required for this visa are:

A Greece Tourist Visa, also known as a short-stay visa or a Greece Schengen Visa, is a travel authorization that permits you to visit Greece for non-essential purposes such as tourism or brief business excursions. For this visa, you’ll need to provide:

Our Global Mobility Department provides immigration support to clients. Whether they wish to move temporarily or permanently to Greece, we help them shift or incubate their family or business in Greece with assistance from our expert attorneys and visa consultants.


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