We provide relevant Information and advice to client on compliance with the varied requirements for setting up a business in Nigeria. Some of which include obtaining business permits, expatriate quota allocations, certificate of capital importation confirming capital inflow, Others could include pioneer status, and sometimes, depending on the peculiarities of the business venture such as circumstances where companies are set up to carry out specific government project, we facilitate the procurement of the relevant approvals for the exemption from incorporation, or eligibility for tax holidays in circumstances where such is applicable such as carrying on business in the Free Trade Zones or Export Processing Zones of Nigeria. We offer these services within the purview of the various regulatory bodies in these areas of practice in Nigeria such as the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA), the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) and the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) For desiring foreign investors in Nigeria seeking to enter into partnership either for long term or for short term specific business goals, AEDIS is the preferred practice in engaging in negotiations and preparation of Joint Venture Agreements as well as technical and other service/operations contracts.
In brief, AEDIS is pivotal in establishing varied forms of businesses in Nigeria, whether partnerships, joint ventures, incorporated or unincorporated entities and in the attaining of compliance with the relevant regulations as well as obtaining the requisite regulatory approvals and consents.
On the other leg of immigration services, we leverage on the experience and expertise of our UK office to assist Nigerians who have sought unsuccessfully to obtain a visa to travel to the United Kingdom. We are well practised in giving rewarding advice on meeting the seemingly stringent prerequisite for eligibility for the various categories of immigration to the United Kingdom.