These guidelines, put together by the Civil Society Institute (CSI) with the support of ICNL, are designed to help activists from Belarus and other Eurasian countries who relocate to Georgia to organize their work in compliance with Georgian law. They cover a broad range of legal issues, from obtaining legalization in Georgia to obtaining work permits, rules for working as an individual, or as a business or an NGO, taxation, rules for receiving foreign grants, procedures for opening bank accounts, required reports to the government, and licensing for specific activities, amongst others.
For an interactive and user-friendly interface for this guide and the Lithuania guide, we encourage you to use our Telegram bot. This bot is meant to help NGOs and activists navigate the guides and quickly find relevant information based on their needs. Connect here (in Russian only).