To take advantage of this programme, you must intend to introduce a ‘new or innovative product or service’ to International markets, as well as have €50,000 in start-up funds.
Start-up fundsEUR 50,000
Applicants will need to pay any additional government, passport application and due diligence fees associated with their chosen investment and according to the number of dependents.
Application feesEUR 350All application fees charged by the Irish government and by Migrate Invest are subject to change. These fees depend on the number of applicants and the complexity of the process. Please contact us if you have any questions or need more information.
Applicants will initially be granted residence for 2 years, which can be extended to 5 years. After 5 years you can apply for long term residence in Ireland.
- To be eligible for an Irish visa under the Start-up Entrepreneur Programme your business plan must be for a ‘High Potential Start-up’.
- The Start-up Entrepreneur Programme does not provide for preferential access to citizenship for successful applicants. Successful applicants are free to apply for citizenship in the normal manner under the provisions of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Acts 1957-2004