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Apply For Residency in Morocco

How do I apply for residency in Morocco?

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How do I apply for residency in Morocco?

Whilst it may initially seem somewhat daunting, the procedure for applying for residency here in Morocco is actually not that complicated. There are various categories of residency in Morocco. The main categories are:

*Salaried employee

*Company owners and shareholders

*Students

*Retiree

Apply For Residency in Morocco

It’s actually a pretty straightforward procedure for all of these applications. You will need the following documentation:

*Valid Passport

*Police check from your current country of residence

*Proof of solvency – ie money in the bank

*Your employment contract or your company statutes or your enrollment as a student

*Certificate of home address from the local sheriff (moqadem)

There are many advantages to having residency status in Morocco. The tax system is very fair, certainly compared to some european jurisdictions. It is a remarkably safe country to live in, and even more so an expat. Marrakech lifestyle is wonderful – it is an open and tolerant place with a distinctly cosmopolitan feel. And there are some fabulous opportunities to make a good living here.

If you need advice on how to Apply for Residency in Morocco please feel free to WhatsApp me on +212658025028 or mail colin@bosworthpropertymarrakech.com and I will answer your questions to the best of my ability. Thank you!

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  1. […] Historically it was considered quite difficult to own a dog in Marrakech and partcularly in the Medina. Attitudes have changed significantly in the last decade. Now, it is not uncommon to see Moroccans walking their dogs. We have a little dog and it is perfectly tolerated by the local community. […]

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