Why do countries introduce Citizenship by Investment Programmes?

Numerous countries have sought to take advantage of the growing demand for second citizenships amongst High-net-worth individuals (HNWI), by introducing or refining their own Citizenship by Investment programmes. Countries have varying reasons for incorporating citizenship and residency programmes into their…

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Dominica Citizenship by Investment Programme

Nested between Guadeloupe and Martinique, Dominica is the only country in the Eastern Caribbean still home to an impressive population of indigenous people, the Kalinago who’ve been inhabitants of the island since the 13th century. Being dubbed the ‘natural island’,…

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Vietnamese HNWI looking overseas- for passports and investment

According to a report by Knight Frank, Vietnam’s high-net-worth population stood at 15,132 in 2016. These high-net-worth individuals reportedly hold US$543 billion of the country’s wealth amongst them. The largest concentration of Vietnamese high-net-worth individuals are situated in the economic…

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Promising 2018 for St Lucia Economy

GDP growth in St. Lucia rose by 3% in 2017 due to robust activity in several sectors of its economy. With the tourism sector recently undergoing a revamp and an increase in both FDI flows and infrastructure investment, a favourable…

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Guide to Citizenship by Investment Programmes

What is a Citizenship by Investment Programme? A citizenship by investment programme is a unique way of receiving citizenship of a country by making a considerable investment to said country’s economy, in accordance with any investment and eligibility criteria laid…

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