Relocation to Mauritius


Mauritius has been slowly and steadily positioning itself as the country of first choice to non-citizens desiring to relocate to other countries for better opportunities and standards of living. The island of Mauritius is currently one of the top preferred destinations, together with immigration to Australia, New Zealand and the UK as possible alternative options.

What was once visualized as an exotic holiday destination to ultra-high networth individuals, <Landing in Mauritius> as a tourist destination has over the past few decades transformed into an accessible island of choice for a broader range of international diaspora for its political, social and economic stability.

Different types of permits in Mauritius

There are different types of permits in Mauritius which enable non-citizens to live, work and/invest in Mauritius.


  1. The Occupation Permit (OP)

The Occupation Permit (OP) is a combination of work and residence permit which allows foreign nationals to work and reside in Mauritius under the following 3 specific categories: –

  • Investor
  • Professional
  • Self -Employed


  1. Residence Permit (RP)
  • RP as Retired Non-Citizen
  • RP for Dependents
  • RP under the Property Acquisition


  1. Permanent Residence Permit (PRP)

A holder of an Occupation Permit (OP) or Residence Permit (RP) as a retired non-citizen is eligible to apply for a 20-year Permanent Residence Permit to the Prime Minister Office (PMO) provided the specific conditions are met.



  • Guidance of the category of permits depending on the needs and projects of the clients;
  • Preparation of all the necessary documents for the application of the necessary permits;
  • Submission of the necessary documents to the Economic Development Board (EDB) for the application of permits;
  • Accompany the clients to EDB to finalise the application for the obtention of the required permits;
  • Assistance to clients for the pet relocation, acquisition or rental of property, buying or car rental, schooling of children, opening of a personal bank account, filing of personal tax declaration amongst others;
  • Advisory and setting up of a Mauritian entity, where applicable; and
  • Administration and accounting services to the Mauritian entity, where applicable.