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hime ( cypriot) and my husband ( my husband being from Chile) would like to start a business in NIcosia Cyprus. we have some ideas about what kind of business but this has not been decided and we are in the process. As we don't know much about setting up business in Cyprus we would like some help on how to start and what kind of businesses might give us lots of profit.how long does it take
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Could you please, provide the following information regarding the company registration in Austria:- Registration prices- Apostilled set of documents- Annual services (reporting and audit)- Dimension of nominal capital- What taxes must the client pay?- What kind of docs do the client need to provide (notarized docs + translation)- Does the client need to visit the country?
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Ask the Experts: Siôn Taylor
As a partner at De Pinna, I work for a wide variety of UK-based individuals and businesses ranging from start-up entrepreneurs to FTSE 100 companies, all needing documents verified for many different purposes overseas. It takes 10 years to qualify in my role as a specialist multi-lingual “scrivener notary”, so you can tap into a lot of experience and know-how by calling me, which should save you time and stress when preparing formal documents you need to rely on in another country.
My aim is always to quickly understand what documents you need verified, the jurisdiction and the situation you are dealing with, so that we can get the documents you need verified (notarised, legalised and/or apostilled) as efficiently as possible. You need to be confident they will be delivered on time and that they are 100% reliable when you need to use them when you are outside the UK.
Working in the centre of London in one of the largest and longest-established notary and translation practices puts me in the best possible position to help you with notarisation and legalisation of documents for use in just about any country outside the UK. We are in regular contact with the Foreign & Commonwealth office (FCO) and all the nearby consulates for countries around the world that you are likely to deal with. Our in-house messengers routinely deliver documents to them by hand, so I am in constant touch with their varied and often-changing requirements.
The best first step is always to call me - or to email me the documents you have in mind first to email@example.com and then call me - on 020 7208 2905. I will discuss what you need to do from there, with no obligation.
020 7208 2905
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