Residency in Andorra

Andorra residence permits are highly controlled and regulated. Each year, the State publishes the number of people who will be allowed to immigrate to the country, under all its forms. It also regulates the work permits and outlines which sectors and salary classifications are allowed—following the demand of the labor market. This allows a very low unemployment rate, ensures a quality standard of living and very high security.
Aerial view of Andorra

MCA Assessors has more than a decade's worth of experience in assisting foreigners who wish to establish tax residency in Andorra. We not only help you to obtain the correct residence permit and residency green card, but we also give you all the necessary advice to successfully complete your relocation. From opening a bank account and finding the best personal insurance for your needs to obtaining an Andorran driving license, contracting a phone number, internet by optic fibre and electricity, our program offers many services to help you live comfortably in the principality.

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Within the realm of Residency in Andorra, there exist several types of residence permits specifically designed for foreigners seeking to leverage the numerous advantages offered by the country. These options, broadly classified as active or passive residency in Andorra, cater to both individuals without gainful employment and those intending to reside and work full-time in the country.

View of Andorra from the observation deck at Roc Del Quer.

Passive Residents  or "Without Gainful Employment"

Self-Employed Residents

For people wishing to attain Residency in Andorra while operating their own business, the following requirements must be met:

Incorporate or buy an Andorran company (owning more than 34% of it) and be the director or a member of the board

Minimum stay in the country of 183 days

Own or rent property

Apply for healthcare coverage with CASS at roughly €490 per month 

Place a deposit of €50,000 in a government bond at the Financial Authority

Those looking to relocate here without working, or wanting to take advantage of Andorra tax residency, need to meet the following requirements:

Spend a minimum of 90 days in the country (per calendar year)

Own or rent property

Have private insurance

Demonstrate an income above 300% of the minimum Andorran wage + 100% for each dependent (minimum wage 2022: €1200)

Place a deposit of €47,500 in a government bond at the Financial Authority

Invest a total of €600,000 in the territory (amount includes above government bond deposit) in one of the following ways:

Note that for scientists or athletes competing at an international level, the investment of €600,000 is not required, only the government bond deposit.

View of stone houses on hillside in Andorra. Something you will enjoy when you get residency in Andorra

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