Mauritius Investor Visa - Register Company Mauritius

Mauritius Investor Visa

Mauritius Investor Visa

While there is no Mauritius Investor Visa, it is the Investor Permit that foreigners usually go for when looking to live, work and invest in Mauritius. This permit is a type of Occupation permit, which is a combined residence and work permit. The Investor Permit is valid for 10 years and is renewable upon fulfilling certain conditions. To learn more about company formation in Mauritius and its advantages, click here.

Table of Contents

mauritius investor visa

Mauritius Investor Visa Requirements

There are 4 options for the Mauritius Visa, each with distinct requirements:

  1. Option 1: Normal Investment – The requirements for an investor visa include an investment of at least USD 50,000. You must submit a certified bank statement confirming the availability of funds, along with a written commitment to transfer USD 50,000 into a Mauritian bank account within 60 days after obtaining your Occupation Permit

  2. Option 2: Net Asset Value – The Mauritius Investor Visa requirements include a net asset value of at least USD 50,000. For existing or inherited businesses, a cumulative turnover of at least 12 million rupees over the three years preceding the application is required.

  3. Option 3: High Technology Machines & Equipment – To qualify for a Mauritius investor visa, you need to invest at least USD 50,000. This option requires you to transfer at least USD 25,000 within 60 days of getting your Occupation Permit and provide a certified bank statement and a written commitment for this transfer. You can use the rest to invest in high-tech machines and equipment for specific qualifying activities.

  4. Option 4: Investor for Innovative Start-ups with No Investment – The requirements for a Mauritius Investor Visa include engaging in Research and Development within sectors such as life sciences, technology, FinTech, and more. There are two pathways for the application: either by presenting an innovative project directly to the EDB for assessment, or by enrolling with an accredited incubator and subsequently submitting your project

Mauritius Investor Visa Cost & Processing Time

The Mauritius Investor Visa of 10 years costs USD 1,000. This is the amount you need to pay to the EDB. The processing time for a Mauritius Investor Visa can take up to 8 weeks.

To ensure a smooth and hassle-free process, it is recommended to work with a consultancy firm such as TBI Mauritius who can guide you through the business and regulatory aspects of obtaining the investor visa. This will ensure that you meet the deadlines and requirements, increasing your chances of qualifying for the visa.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I get an investor visa for Mauritius?

To get an investor visa for Mauritius, you must invest at least $50,000 in a business in Mauritius.

2. How much do you need to invest in Mauritius to get citizenship?

Acquiring Mauritian citizenship requires an investment of at least $500,000 and a minimum residency period of two years. However, this path is not without its challenges. This page explains how you can get Mauritius residence by investment. 


Applying for the Mauritius Investor Visa

Getting a Mauritius Investor Visa in Mauritius involves working closely with the Economic Development Board (EDB). Here at Register Company Mauritius we make this process seamless for you. Our streamlined process includes:

  1. Qualification Check: We assess your eligibility for the Mauritius Investor Visa.

  2. Application Support: We assist in preparing and reviewing your application.

  3. EDB Submission: We accompany you to submit your application to the EDB.

  4. Communication: We maintain contact with the EDB during processing.

  5. Permit Acquisition: Upon approval, we guide you through the final steps for permit acquisition.

Throughout this process we will also introduce you to our trusted partners, whether it’s a management company for setting up a company in Mauritius or qualified professionals for tax advice and legal matters. We can also introduce you to a reliable bank in Mauritius for your bank account set up. Our aim is to simplify the Mauritius Investor Visa or the Investor Permit process, making it easier for you to invest and expand your ventures in Mauritius.
Scroll to Top