Granting long-term 3, 5, or 10-year residence permits to become eligible for public services such as banking, driver's license, work permit, ownership, etc.
Facilitating the process of founding knowledge-based and innovative companies
Offering apprenticeship programs in technology and innovation institutions
Recruiting top university graduates in technology and innovation institutions
Holding workshops, training course, and science-focused tours
Granting funds to top researchers
Granting subsidies to attend scientific events
Granting tuition loans or subsidies
In my point of view, Iran has always been an attractive country. By living in Iran, I have always received positive feedbacks from the society. As a Turkish migrant, I have been noticed a lot.
Mohammad Kazem Anvari was born on 26 March 1982 in Qandahar, Afghanistan. When he was two, war and unrest broke out in Afghanistan and his family emigrated to Iran. He has been living in Iran since. After earning his high school diploma in Mashhad, he was admitted to the university and is now a Ph.D. candidate in pure mathema
Academic degrees: Doctorate in general medicine – Alcalá University (UAH) of Madrid, PhD in information technology – Pontifical University of Salamanca, Master's degree in human behavior management – The National Distance Education University (UNED), Madrid, and …
He was only 5 years old when his family sought asylum in Iran. The civil war in Afghanistan between the then-interim government and Taliban forced him and his family to find shelter in Iran. In 2012, he registered his first invention. It has now been four years since he founded a knowledge-based company.