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Saint Lucia Limited Time Offer

The Government of Saint Lucia has announced important changes to its Citizenship-by-Investment program (“CIP”), to attract more foreign investors and investment during the Covid-19 pandemic. Saint Lucia offers one of the most attractive CIP in the Caribbean with most applications processed within a quick time frame of average 80 days or even less. The New Citizenship-by-Investment Regulations No 73 of 2020 came effective from May 12, 2020 with the following changes: 1. Covid-19 Government Bonds New Covid-19 Bonds are introduced for its Citizenship-by-Investment programme. The Bonds must be held for a minimum of 5 years and with each dependent the holding period increases...

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Antigua Opens New Investment Route for Citizenship

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has introduced the University of West Indies Fund (“UWI”) option, as the fourth investment route under the citizenship by investment programme (“CIP”). The UWI fund contribution is set at $150,000 - inclusive of Government processing fees. This makes this new option attractive for large families who are interested to apply for the Antigua and Barbuda CIP. Only large families of 6 persons or more can apply for this route. It is also important to remember that UWI is the cheaper option for large families (6+) compared to the NDF fund. The Antigua and Barbuda CIP remains one...

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Benefits of Malta Citizenship by Investment

Malta is one of the safest countries in the world, with a warm Mediterranean climate and with world class living standards, this small country gathers wealth and talent from highly qualified individuals from across the globe looking for endless opportunities. Malta's uniquely rich culture and warm hospitality makes the island the perfect choice for investors and expatriates, coming to the island to look for endless opportunities. The Individual Investor Program (“IIP”) was launched in 2014, offering citizenship by investment to highly qualified and respected investors and their families. Only reputable applicants are admitted to its exclusive citizenship programme, therefore all applicants...

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Covid-19 update – Golden Visa and Citizenship Schemes

The Coronavirus outbreak has brought widespread disruptions to businesses and services worldwide and the investment migration industry is no exception. The global GDP is expected to shrink by 1 per cent in 2020 instead of growing a projected 2.5 percent. With the freedom of movement and mobility coming to a halt, the pandemic has brought important changes to the Citizenship and Golden visa industry, most importantly requiring all government services move to online platforms. The CBI and RBI industry currently are facing disruptions, such as; Delays in due diligence report and passport delivery services Flights and travel coming to a halt, making...

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Must Know Short Terms in Investment Migration

It is very important for prospective clients who are interested in any citizenship and residence planning to clearly understand the short abbreviations frequently used in the investment migration industry. These short terms are widely used by Governments, news sites, law firms, real estate developers etc. A clear understanding of terms will avoid any confusions and will help to communicate clearly. Citizenship by Investment CBI – Citizenship by Investment CIP – Citizenship by Investment Program CIU – Citizenship by Investment Unit DCBIP – Dominica Citizenship by Investment Program IIP – Individual Investor Program of Malta MIIPA – Malta Individual Investor Program Agency MCBI – Moldova Citizenship by Investment TCBI – Turkey...

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Montenegro – a lead candidate for EU acquis by 2025

Montenegro applied for the EU membership in December 2008. With most negotiation chapters open, Montenegro is a major candidate to meet the 2025 accession date suggested by the European Commission's new 2018 enlargement strategy. Montenegro is in a leading position on its path towards EU accession, compared to the other five aspirants from the Western Balkans, according to the European Commission. At the 96th cabinet meeting, the Montenegro Government adopted a law in harmonization of border control tasks with the legal acquis of the European legislation, bearing in mind that Montenegro is one of the candidates for EU membership and that...

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What should you know about the Schengen Area

The Schengen Area is an area comprising 26 European states that have officially abolished all passport and border control at their mutual borders functioning as a single jurisdiction for international travel purposes, with a common visa policy. The area is named after the 1985 Schengen Agreement. As of 2020, 22 of the 27 EU member states participate in the Schengen Area. Schengen Members There are a total of 26 states which are part of the Schengen Area. EU-member states: 22 EU countries that are part of the Schengen Area borders Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the...

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A Brief Guide to Investing in Second Citizenship by Investment

A Brief Guide to Investing in Second Citizenship by Investment Second citizenship by investment allows you to become a second citizen of another country by making a government approved investment in their immigration by investment program. With so many horror stories of how people getting deported or duped and all, it is easy to believe that second citizenship is nothing but an elusive dream. However, the truth is second passports are not just real, they are also very genuine and legit, and are increasingly showing up in the pockets of investors, businesspeople and even every day, but globally-minded individuals. If you are looking...

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5 Compelling Reasons You Should Be Having a Second Passport

Summary Getting a second passport is one of the best ways through which you can diversify your political views and have great investment opportunities. Read more to learn other benefits. As a citizen, one of the things which you need to survive in a wave of change in politics is another citizenship. Getting citizenship of another country will mean that you are not subjecting yourself to a single government and you can easily migrate when you want to. The political benefits associated with obtaining the citizenship of more than one country are indeed wide. One of them is that it will help you...

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Why You Should Make St. Kitts Your Retirement Home?

Getting the best retirement destination is one of the things you are desiring in your life. A good retirement destination will give you peace of mind as you spend most of your time doing the activities you love. Most of the high profile retirees consider making an island their retirement home since it is quieter and away from the busy world. St. Kitts is no exception and you can easily buy passport St. Kitts by investing. However, besides buying the passport, you need to put a number of things in mind so that you will know how to stay in...

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