CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT
St kitts and Nevis
Be in awe of the picturesque nature scene in this two-island country in the Caribbean region. A mix of beaches and mountains, this nation boasts of its rich history since its strategic location and valuable sugar trade led to an advanced and luxurious development in the Colonial Caribbean. Today, St. Kitts & Nevis invites foreigners through their Citizenship by Investment program. The Citizenship-by-Investment Program of St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis was established in 1984, making it the longest established program of this kind. Residency in Saint Kitts & Nevis is not required for citizenship.
Commonwealth of Dominica
Known as the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean,” the Commonwealth of Dominica is indeed a place of unspoiled natural beauty with its lush mountain rainforest and its breathtaking underwater landscape. Found halfway along the Eastern Caribbean archipelago, the size of the island is about 751 km² (290 square miles) and boasts 148 km (91 miles) of coastal line. Rivers, lakes, waterfalls and hot springs abound in this volcanic island.
Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Cyprus is modern and thriving business center offering opportunities for investment across a wide range of sectors. Being close to Europe, Asia, and Africa, it’s geographical advantage makes it diverse and culturally rich. The Cyprus Citizenship by Investment Program was launched in May 2013 to raise funds after the local banking crisis. There are various ways you can obtain citizenship in Cyprus. They all include investing €2 million in stock, bonds, properties or business located on the territory of Cyprus as well as purchasing €500,000 worth residential property.
Its charming scenery, ancient architecture, delicious cuisine, and friendly inhabitants make Bulgaria one of the best tourist destinations around the world.</p> <p>But aside from its booming tourism industry, the nation’s economy is getting stronger. Bulgaria offers a diverse and cost effective business environment due to its highly-skilled labour force, trade and tax laws and strategic geographical location.
Antigua & Barbuda
Get a glimpse of paradise with its sandy beaches of clean turquoise waters, steady Trade winds and lush greenery in Caribbean’s twin island country, Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua and Barbuda is a member of the United Nations, the British Commonwealth, CARICOM and the Organization of American States (OAS) among many other international organizations.
Malta is an island that lies at the center of the Mediterranean. It’s a popular tourist destination for its sunny weather, attractive beaches, thriving nightlife, and architectural and historical monuments. In addition to that, the country has a low-crime rate, well-established telecommunications infrastructure, and an efficient healthcare program. Moreover, Malta is an EU member state and also a member of Schengen Zone so citizens of Malta can freely travel, live and work in any EU country.
Known as the “Spice Island,” this Caribbean country is the world’s largest exporter of nutmeg and mace crops. Grenada boasts of its silky stretches of white sand beaches and its lush tropical vegetation. Aside from its beautiful scenery, Grenada offers a stable political system, educational opportunities and tax advantages for investors.