e-residency is the e-citizenship offered by Estonia to enter easily the EU: how it works

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B2BALTIC redaction went to discover how e-residency works and why it is useful for modern entrepreneurs from all over the world. We asked support to our TV team (B2BALTIC.TV) to collect some of the best videos and create a longer movie to explain this to you. We have seen, some of our members have already got the card, thereby we issue again an article. Just to remind, B2BALTIC team was one of to inform others around the globe about e-residency opportunity: our first articles are of 2014 and 2015 in fact, when e-residency was still under construction.

Estonia is the only one digital country of Europe with the best example of integrated e-government of EU. No matter where you are from, you can be e-entrepreneur, e-citizen of this beautiful European country and manage everything wherever you are. Contact the community Estonian team for details or a tip.

E-residency actually introduces a new tool for immigration into Europe, a smart one for smart people. So it´s a chance for many foreigners. In the e-residency pages, the team talk about successful examples with professionals coming from Ukraine, India and Turkey. However, e-residency has attracted big interest in Italy as well (join Italy Baltic Trading Clubs with its 1400 businesses on board to get references and recommendations).

E-residency makes Estonia a new launch-base for global business and entrepreneurship. You have the chance to be e-citizen of Europe in the most “tech-oriented” country of the world. Estonia seems to become soon the new silicon-valley of Europe according to the trends, with good chance of bypassing even Stockholm tech hubs and attracting biggest funding resources for smart development projects.

You can join B2BALTIC community and requires support for e-residency (and what it is offered from the community to e-residency card owners) or send application directly to https://e-resident.gov.ee/ 

To obtain the “digital nationality of Estonia” you need to send an application and follow a procedure which may take a few weeks. The cost is about 100 EUR fee to receive the smart digital card “all-in-one”.

Statistics about e-residency (data updated on 14/08/2018)

Estonia is sharing the results publicly in the world, that´s great. Let´s check some important data

#number of e-residents from start in 2014 until now – the current growth rate is between 200 and 300 new e-residents per week

 

Interest to the e-residency per country in the world. First 10 countries with e-citizen in Estonia: Finland first position, followed by respectively Russia, Ukraine, USA, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, China, India and Italy.

 

Decisively male is the gender interested in Estonia and e-residency: 88% of the applications came from businessmen mostly between 30 and 50 years old.

You can join B2BALTIC community and requires support for e-residency (and what it is offered from the community to e-residency card owners) or send application directly to https://e-resident.gov.ee/ 

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