Those who are self-employed or intend to establish or invest in a Namibian business may apply for an investor’s permit. The process for the investor’s permit works in different stages and can be a lengthy and complex procedure. It includes providing proof of investment, training, and development plans for employees as well as an evaluation process within the Ministry of Trade and Industry under the Namibian investment centre. These permits are often granted for a two-year period. Applicants may request a longer period of validity of their investment permit as part of the application process; however, this is at the discretion of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Allows you to invest in a Namibian business
Holder may open a business in Namibia
Multi-step and complex process
Valid for 2 years