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Considerations to know about when applying for e-Residency.
What is e-Residency?
Verdis offers e-Residency, a service that provides the ability for you to easily register and manage a business, begin your pathway to citizenship, interact with a community of incoming citizens and business owners, receive an e-Resident card allowing you to attend specific Verdisian events online and in-person for free, and many other features.
As Verdis is a young and newly founded country, your proposals, businesses and contributions can bring forward many potentials as the country continues to progress and grow.
If you are a citizen, you are also automatically an e-Resident and can register on the e-Resident portal.
Considerations when applying
- Background checks: All applicants for Verdisian e-Residency will undergo background checks conducted by the Verdisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs manages the entirety of the application process to make sure that e-Residency is being applied for by a verified person with good intentions. You will be asked a number of security questions and be required to show a valid form of ID and proof of address before going forwards.
- Travel: e-Residency status does not allow you to enter any foreign country, including Verdis.
- Transparency: In Verdis, a large amount of information about Verdisian companies is publicly available including the company name, registry number, legal address, contact details, names and surnames of representatives of the company, annual reports, paid taxes, taxable turnover and the number of employees in your company. This information being available, like many other countries, helps Verdis have a transparent and trusted online business environment.
- Tax and Laws: Many laws are expected to change over the next few years which includes changes in our laws surrounding tax. When these changes are announced, they will not come into action until at least 4 months after the announcement.