In our previous article, Cyprus resident non-dom status just made the place hotter! Q&A on how to get there, we analysed the newly introduced tax status in Cyprus, tax resident non-domiciled (non-dom).
This article outlines what is required to achieve this status.
According to the legislation, the tax payer has to provide sufficient evidence and demonstrate that they are entitled to the non-dom status.
The documents that could be asked, and which are at the discretion of the tax officer examining the request, are the following:
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