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A Dream Retirement: Why and How to Retire in Mauritius

From stunning beaches to healthcare, this blog article explores the benefits of retiring in Mauritius, an island nation off the African coast. The article also highlights why you should retire in Mauritius and how you can retire in this beautiful island. Here, at TBI, we work on making your move to Mauritius a hassle-free and … Continue reading A Dream Retirement: Why and How to Retire in Mauritius

A Complete Guide to Obtaining a Mauritius Visa for Indians

This blog article is a complete guide to obtaining a Mauritius visa for Indians. It discusses the  different types of visas for Indians, the eligibility criteria, the documents needed to apply, and the process of getting the visa. Mauritius is a small island in the Indian Ocean, approximately one and a half times bigger than … Continue reading A Complete Guide to Obtaining a Mauritius Visa for Indians

New 2022 Rules for a Foreigner Buying a House for Sale in Mauritius.

The Immigration Act 2022 amended the Non-Citizen (Property Restriction) Act and brought in some key changes in relation to foreigners buying property in Mauritius. Now that the bill is law, we look at some of the most relevant changes for non-citizens buying property in Mauritius. Foreigners have always been able to buy a commercial building … Continue reading New 2022 Rules for a Foreigner Buying a House for Sale in Mauritius.

Mauritius Budget 2022/23 – Real Estate for Foreigners

We provide our summary of the Mauritius budget 2022/23 below. Bear in mind that some of the measures in the budget will not necessarily come into force. That is because they will be debated in Parliament, and some will be amended/ delayed/ omitted before being promulgated into law. The Mauritius Budget 2022/23 is always expertly … Continue reading Mauritius Budget 2022/23 – Real Estate for Foreigners

Invest in Mauritius from USD 375,000 for permanent residence

There are many ways to invest in Mauritius. It is an open economy for foreign investment. Due to the success of the offshore sector in Mauritius, there are very large sums of money flowing through Mauritius to Africa and beyond and some of it ends up invested directly in Mauritius. Why invest in Mauritius? Investing … Continue reading Invest in Mauritius from USD 375,000 for permanent residence

Mauritius Budget 2021 changes for expats relocating to, and investing in Mauritius

There have been a number of measures announced in the latest budget on 11 June 2021. Not all of the measures make it into law in the precise way they are drafted in the bill, or at all. The obvious example from last year is spouses being able to work which was announced in last year’s budget and was never enacted into law.

2021 – A seismic shift in the Mauritius tax landscape

Today we have a fascinating article from Caoilfhionn van der Walt from our African tax partner Regan van Rooy (RvR) about the impending cessation of the grandfathering provisions for GBC 1s and 2s. The article covers the changes, the options and how to move forward. There are thousands of Mauritian offshore companies that need to…

Mauritius and COVID-19

We are frequently asked by our clients around the world as to the situation in Mauritius. We go through succinctly below the restrictions that there are in place, how COVID has affected business in Mauritius, and where the opportunities in Mauritius currently are. Unfortunately Mauritius has just entered a 2 week lockdown as of 10.03.21 with several cases on the island.

The New Premium Travel Visa in Mauritius

With no more than a handful of organic COVID cases over the last 7 months, Mauritius has faced the difficult decision as to how to open up the borders, whilst keeping the country safe. It has maintained its cautious approach and promoted an interesting option for those remote-working individuals or retirees that just want a year (renewable) in a country where there is no…

Good news for Expats in Mauritius

The Mauritius Budget 2020 has arrived and the good news for expats is that it is going to be much easier to move to Mauritius, to live and work here, and to stay here for longer. There is a potentially large pothole in the road if the Solidarity Levy is applicable to non-Mauritian residents but at face value it is not for now. The first thing that must be borne in mind is that some measures announced in Mauritian…