Living and Working in Mauritius
Lemuel offers a number of value-added services to our clients wishing to immigrate to Mauritius or to hold a second home. To live and work in Mauritius requires an occupation or/and residence permit. There are several avenues in which a person (and his/her dependents) can be granted a permit to reside in Mauritius.
Property Investment with Residence Permit
A non-citizen is eligible for a residence permit upon the purchase of a villa under the following scheme if the property investment exceeds USD 500,000 or its equivalent in any freely convertible foreign currency:
- PDS (Property Development Scheme
- IRS (Integrated Resort Scheme)
- RES (Residential Estate Scheme)
The Occupation Permit is a combined work and residence permit which allows foreign nationals to work and reside in Mauritius under 4 specific categories namely as Investors, Innovator, Self-Employed, Professional.
Residence Permit as Retired Non-Citizen
Foreign nationals, above the age of 50 years, may also choose to retire in Mauritius under a as Retired Non-Citizen.