Investment immigration industry foundation has been officially set with introduction of the first citizenship by investment program in 1984 by the Government of St Kitts and Nevis. Other countries have soon joined the lead and started implementing their own alternatives ranging from residency permits to alternative citizenship programs available in exchange for a significant financial commitment. Since then the industry has seen a solid growth and is currently estimated in $2,000,000,000 range. Continue reading
Since the launch of the first official citizenship by investment program by the government of St Kitts and Nevis back in 1980s, there were over 25 countries that followed the lead competing to offer their alternatives ranging from investor based visa to permanent residency permit and second citizenship. However, whatever country you are looking to select, all have one thing in common – a solid financial commitment required in order to obtain a desired status while benefits vary significantly. Continue reading
As for 2018, five Caribbean countries offer a fast-track economic immigration programs allowing overseas investors to obtain citizenship through investment. These are Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Dominica and Grenada. According to investment immigration expert opinion, Grenada has 3 major benefits compared to other islands: Continue reading
With a growing potential of Caribbean countries, the regional economy is steadily transitioning from tourism-based into popular economic citizenship-driven destination.
With Caribbean still being top travel destination for the UHNWI, you can no longer consider Caribbean a perfect place to park your jet or power boat for a multi-million dollar weekend gateaway with A-list celebrities from Selena Gomez to Oprah Winfrey. Having adjusted to the global financial instability, countries of CARICOM are bringing more and more of foreign direct investments much due to their sought-after Citizenship-By-Investment programs,
Grande Property team of international experts is closely monitoring the updates on immigration programs being offered to our clients worldwide and is pleased to let you know about further program cost reduction of the longest standing CBI, St Kitts and Nevis.
The government of St KItts and Nevis has recently announced the establishment of a new fund called the Sustainable Growth Fund that will allow to make the country’s citizenship by investment program even more reasonably priced than ever before. Continue reading
The Cyprus Citizenship by Investment Program does not routinely distribute any formal reports on the number or nationality of its candidates, nor about the funds invested by successful immigration candidates. Contributed, it does share such data with Parliament periodically.
Grande Property team is sharing a final reminder regarding St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program with those keen on putting resources into second citizenship under the temporarily reduced investment option called ‘The Hurricane Relief Fund‘. A limited time offer is to end on March 30, 2018. Continue reading
Based on the most recent report by Savory and Partners, one of the leading firms in the Middle East offering various Citizenship-by-Investment programs, high-total assets families in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) added to a 76 percent expansion sought after for second citizenship from Europe or the Caribbean in the last quarter of 2017. Continue reading
In his spending address on Thursday, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, uncovered the nation’s Citizenship by Investment Program had raised some US$ 300 million as immediate income and capital venture amid 2017, comparable to around 20% of the country’s GDP. Continue reading
Officially launched in 1995, the Permanent Residency Program of Antigua and Barbuda was created with an urge for well off people to set up impose residency in the nation.
This program is readily available to be utilized by non-residential citizens only to provide a brisk and clear access to the country’s tax residency. Continue reading