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Work & Residency Permits

With Mauritius offering the most competitive environment for permitting and licensing in Africa, we frequently manage a wide range of permits and licenses applications for individuals and corporations. From investors licenses to residence permits under the RES and PDS Schemes, we handle all aspects of your permits applications and advise you on all relevant and available schemes for your business. 

Under recent regulations, the Work and Residence Permits will now be combined into one single permit, and the Government of Mauritius will be extending the validity of an Occupation Permit (OP) and a Residence Permit for retired people to 10 years renewable.  The minimum investment amount for obtaining an Occupational Permit (OP) will be reduced from USD$100,000 to USD$50,000, and the minimum turnover and investment requirements for Innovator Occupation Permits are being removed altogether. Non-citizens who have a residence permit under the various real estate schemes will no longer require an Occupation or Work Permit to work and invest in Mauritius.

In addition, the Permanent Residence Permit will be extended from 10 to 20 years. Occupation Permit and Residence Permit holders will be eligible to apply for permanent residence if they have held their permit for three consecutive years. The minimum investment amount for an investor to obtain the status of Permanent Resident or for a holder of an immovable property under an existing scheme to obtain the status of Resident will also be reduced from USD$500,000 to USD$375,000.

“With immigration laws and regulations constantly evolving, it can be challenging and time-consuming for an investor or individual to deal with the administrative process of securing a work and residency permit in Mauritius. At Orama, we offer a one-stop shop able to quickly and efficiently manage a wide range of permits and licenses applications,”

Keseena Chengadu
Director