Virtual Office in Slovenia
Virtual Office in SloveniaUpdated on Thursday 23rd February 2023
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Establish your business presence in Slovenia
A virtual office in Slovenia is an excellent choice for foreign investors who want to enjoy all of the benefits of having an established presence on the Slovenian market, but at lower costs than in the case of a traditional office. Our law firm in Slovenia has experience in company incorporation matters and our attorneys can offer you professional virtual office services.
The services of a virtual office can be more suited for certain types of companies in Slovenia, such as businesses that are already registered in the country and need to have another operational office in another Slovenian city. Also, the services of a virtual office are frequently requested by foreign investors who want to enter this market with a small initial investment.
The virtual office is also recommended in the case of young entrepreneurs or for those who start their first business with a small capital as there are relevant costs that are not employed in this case (rent, utilities, equipment). The investor will only have to pay for the services chosen when operating through the virtual office.
The following video offers a short presentation on the Slovenian virtual office:
What are the main services of a virtual office in Slovenia?
A virtual office in Slovenia can offer a set of services that can be of use to those who want to develop a business there. Our Slovenian law firm can provide complete virtual office package that includes a number of services for companies. The most commonly requested services, included in the basic package, are the following:
- • a business address in Slovenia necessary for corresponding with clients – as a general rule, the business address is in a prestigious area of a Slovenian city;
- • a registered office, which is a mandatory requirement for establishing a new company in Slovenia;
- • a local phone number in the Slovenian city where you want to perform various business activities;
- • mail collection and mail forwarding: we collect your mail, sign the receipt and re-send the packages to an address of your choice;
- • fax services - incoming and outgoing fax calls and voice mailbox (any received voice messages will be forwarded to you as per your instructions).
Moreover, our Slovenian lawyers can help you submit any necessary documents with the relevant Slovenian authorities. By using a power of attorney, the representative at your Slovenian virtual office can also collect bank statements and act on your behalf in a series of matters, which represents a relevant tool in the situation in which the investor is not in the country in a specific moment.
What other types of services are available for foreing investors in Slovenia?
If you are looking for more than a virtual office in Slovenia, our team of Slovenian attorneys is ready to help you in various legal matters and in litigation cases. We offer complete legal services and legal counselling, regardless of the types of business. Our Slovenian lawyers can legally represent you in commercial or family law matters.
Related to the business environment, our team of attorneys can provide legal advice on the provisions of various types of contracts and may advise on the tax requirements imposed to local businesses. Furthermore, investors can receive advice on how to reduce the level of taxation following the tax regulations available here. For other business consulting services and a complete offer, please contact our attorneys in Slovenia.
The services of a virtual office can become the ideal solution when a person will start the process for immigration to Slovenia for business purposes. This is given by the fact that it has very low costs.
However, the virtual office is not ideally suited for all types of companies and/or business activities, as the size of the company increases, it will most likely need a brick-and-mortar office.
If you plan to relocate here on a permanent basis, for business reasons or personal, as a foreign, you can have many rights. You can apply for Slovenian citizenship if you plan to spend at least 10 years in this country.
Of course, you can initiate this procedure only after the 10 years have passed – this is known as citizenship through naturalization, the main legal pathway to citizenship for foreigners.
Meanwhile, you should conduct the necessary steps for residency in Slovenia. This is required if you arrive here for stays longer than 90 days – then, it is compulsory to apply for a residence permit.
For citizenship, you will be able to apply only if you obtain the status of a permanent resident, regardless if you are here as a businessmen, a worker, a skilled worker, as a family member of a Slovenian citizen, etc.