Facilitating residence in Iran

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.

Supporting entrepreneurial and innovatory initiatives

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

Supporting specialists and researchers

Holding workshops, training course, and science-focused tours

Granting funds to top researchers

Additional funds

Granting subsidies to attend scientific events

Granting tuition loans or subsidies

Muhammad Irfan-Maqsood

He is from Pakistan and was born in the City of Lahore. He received a master's degree in biotechnology in Lahore and another in political science from the University of Punjab. While still in Pakistan and working for IWA (an organization of intellectual elites) he designed a portal dedicated to educating school students.

Nour Mohammad Mohammadi

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. It has now been four years since he founded a knowledge-based company located in the Science and Technology Park of Fars Province.

Juan Francisco Paredes Lozano

Juan Francisco Paredes Lozano was born in Spain and has been living in Iran since 2012. Artificial intelligence (AI) and business intelligence specialist – IBM Corp. Senior data analysis advisor – IBM Corp. University professor at master's level in advanced data analysis