CHARIM ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Austrian parliament has recently voted to
grant citizenship to the descendants of Nazi victims.
You may be entitled to obtain an Austrian citizenship and passport if...
One of your ancestors (parent, grandparent or great-grandparent) possessed an Austrian citizenship or the citizenship of one of the successor states of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
The former states include Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia as well as parts of Italy, Romania, Ex-Yugoslavia, Croatia and Italy.
And was forced to flee Austria due to persecution of the Nazi Regime.
The benefits of an Austrian (EU) passport are obvious:
VISA FREE TRAVEL
According to the Henley Passport Index, Austrian citizens have visa-free (or visa on arrival) access to 186 countries ranking the Austrian passport 4th in the world in terms of travel freedom.
WORKING AND RESIDENTIAL RIGHT IN THE ENTIRE EU
As citizens of the European Union, Austrian citizens are entitled to live and work in any EU member country without having to apply for working permits or visas.
STUDY FOR FREE
Austria has a number of reputable universities in all scientific fields and studying is free of charge for any Austrian citizen.
A European citizenship enables you to own real property in any EU country without a permit (certain local restrictions may apply).
The capital of Austria, Vienna, has been ranked as the most liveable city in the world by the international consulting firm Mercer for the tenth time in a row (confirmed by “The Economist” ranking 2019).
Our firm charges a flat fee of
for the procedure to obtain the Austrian citizenship.
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Mag. Jakob Charim studied law at the University of Vienna from 2005 and graduated in June 2008. He subsequently earned a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in May 2010 from Columbia University School of Law, New York.
In July 2010, Mag. Jakob Charim graduated from the New York Bar Exam (New York Bar Exam) and has since served as a lawyer in New York.
Mag. Jakob Charim has been working at the firm since March 2011 and has been a lawyer in Vienna since 2013.
Dr. Daniel Charim has worked as a lawyer since 1980 and is the founder of the law firm Charim Rechtsanwälte.
Dr. Daniel Charim obtained his doctorate in 1974 as a doctor juris at the University of Vienna. Since 2005 Dr. Daniel Charim Chairman of the Austrian Film Museum.
Our firm (founded in 1980) specializes in providing legal services for clients seeking to obtain an Austrian citizenship and passport.
As a former member of the Council of the Jewish Community of Austria, the firm’s founder, Daniel Charim, himself the son of Shoah victims, has close relations to several Jewish institutions in Austria.