US consulates haven’t been taking renunciation appointments for over a year, ostensibly because of COVID. David Lesperance isn’t buying it.
The White House plans to market the International Entrepreneur Rule, which allows foreign founders to work in the US for up to five years.
In a ruling of some consequence, the UK Court of Appeal has overturned an Upper Tribunal decision that said the Maxwell/Eclectic structure was a rule-violation.
Australia has made it a criminal offense for its citizens to return if they’ve recently been in India. Michael Krakat questions the legality of this move.
Americans, once more, featured in the top five applicant nationalities in April, as they have in all but one of the last 10 monthly reports.
Investment migration people in the news this week include:
Patricia Casaburi plans to expand into the Caribbean, admires Bruno L’ecuyer, and feels blessed to have spent the pandemic in Portugal.
Nicolas Salerno and Anatoliy Lyetayev argue that an RCBI-industry regulator would bring many advantages but that starting one is tricky.
Anatoliy Lyetayev: In a startling turn of events, the US Embassy in Moscow has announced it will limit its services to emergencies only.
The Mobility Standard hosts Murat Coskun to understand the future of golden visa investment fund options, in Portugal and beyond.
IMI Real Estate: Listings for Properties That Come With Residence/Citizenship
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With Mohammed Asaria
The CBI-market’s leading hotel developer offers a global perspective on the critical issues confronting the industry.
Anatoliy Lyetayev covers topics that help industry professionals be more efficient, do more business, and make more money.
Mr. Lu’s Tea Leaves
With Luc Lu
A seasoned RCBI-veteran keeps us abreast of trends in the world’s biggest investment migration market.
With Kenneth Green
A native of the Caribbean explores what role citizenship by investment has to play in shaping the region’s economic future.
With David Lesperance
A contrarian expert on contingency plans for the wealthy delivers accurate, though not always kind, analysis.
With Stephane Tajick
An investment migration researcher shares his observations of the long-term historical trajectories of global programs.
Legal Scholar Michael B. Krakat observes investment migration through the lens of international, constitutional, and administrative law.