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Apartments and Parks

The Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act allows foreigners to purchase apartments in condominium developments of at least two levels above ground (G+2) with the prior approval of the Economic Development Board, provided the purchase price of an apartment is not less than MUR 6 million or its equivalent in any other hard convertible foreign currency.

Long Stay Visa:

Any non-citizen who has acquired an apartment for a price exceeding USD 500,000 or its equivalent in any convertible currencies may apply for a long stay visa.  The apartment should be found in a building of at least two floors above ground floor. 

A long stay visa allows a non-citizen and his dependents to stay for a consecutive period of 10 years, renewable depending on the status of ownership.  It remains valid so long as the non-citizen holds the apartment.

 

 

Mauritius’ unique advantages of strategic location, stable government, competitive workforce, pro-business environment and world class infrastructure make it an ideal launch pad to the African region. Mauritius is promoted as a destination for headquarters of prominent large multinational companies. As part of an outlook that aims to create synergies between the academic and economic world, Mauritius offers tremendous opportunities in the development of business parks, commercial parks, industrial parks and logistic parks, science parks, high-tech facilities offices and retail spaces.