Guwahati: Assam son Biddut Kalita is a Marketing and Media professional, who has started his own organisation, MRK Intercontinental, which suggests best migration and investment opportunities in Slovenia and the European Union. Kalita, who loves to travel, have explored around 40+ countries.
Out of all the places Kalita have explored, Slovenia in Europe provides immense pleasure and joy of living and doing business, as the country is very welcoming of businessman and matter experts.
Kalita started this venture as he started discussing various opportunities and collaboration with the Slovenian organisations. According to Kalita, when one looks for citizenship through investment, they normally seek for quality of life, education for their wards, quality health care and so on.
Kalita chose Slovenia out of all the places in the world because of the quality of life it provides. It is also the best country for children to grow up. More than 60% of Slovenia is covered with greenery, which automatically makes it one of the cleanest countries in the world. Also, the procedure of obtaining a residence permit in Slovenia is easier and simpler than the other European Union countries.
As per the business investment required in Slovenia, it is upward Euro 50,000. It is also one of the lowest in number as compared to the countries running a similar programme. The evaluation criteria for granting residency is the person and the value he or she brings with themselves. It checks their previous records of entrepreneurship, business ideas, and so on.
MRK Intercontinental's Slovenian partner, Sibiz Business Services Ltd has been working for more than a decade in the European market. However, the applications and interviews for the residency programme happen at the Slovenian Embassy in New Delhi. The investment is also made directly by the clients to Slovenian bank accounts. People are still unaware of these programmes. Although they are much interested in knowing about the plans, they also take time to make the final call.
When someone immigrates to Slovenia, they can run legal businesses in EU, or move freely in the territory of Schengen Agreement without visas, or receive free medical care.
Kalita, however, asked people to research on various countries that offer residency programmes before they take their final call. One should always look into all the terms and conditions, and their priorities.