Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Cyprus become the latest citizenship by investment jurisdictions to announce adaptive measures in the face of the crisis.
It’s complicated. Fortunes have been cut in half, millions of jobs are gone. At the same time, central banks are printing money like it’s going out of style.
The Dominica CIU, accustomed to processing during hurricanes, finds that maintaining operations amid a pandemic is, relatively speaking, a breeze.
Kianoush Mahmoudi explains that running an investment migration firm in Iran is a high-stakes endeavor fraught with obstacles. And that was before Covid-19.
Bulgarian lawmakers have tabled a bill in Parliament that would see the residence-to-citizenship program continue after all, albeit with amendments.
Grenada goes 100% digital in response to coronavirus crisis, while Antigua’s CIP slashes the price of adding dependents to already-approved applications.
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In a world where visa-free travel is suspended indefinitely – in some cases permanently – what happens to investment migration? Peter Macfarlane is back.
Foreign investment migration firms have principally three ways to enter the Chinese market, each with its own pros and cons. Choose wisely, writes Luc Lu.
As Governor-general David Vunagi delivered a speech to Parliament this week, he revealed that the government is evaluating plans for a CIP.
Sam Bayat likes camping in the desert with his kids, regrets not getting into the government advisory business, and thinks 2020 will be harsh for everyone.
The proposal, allegedly, would see the annual quota on EB-5 visas amplified to 75,000, as well as a halving of the investment requirement to US$450,000.
As we stand on the precipice of what may be the biggest economic shake-up of the modern era, Chris Willis asks; what’s next for the RCBI market?
If your company isn’t on WeChat, you’re getting only a fraction of the China business you should be getting. Here’s how to get on WeChat today.
“We cannot expect businesses to keep all their profits when things were going well and now expect taxpayers to completely make good for them.”
Investment migration people featured in the news this week include Mohammed Asaria, Alexander Risvas, Pankaj Joshi, Christian Kälin, and Elias Neocleous.
Statelessness showed up on the CIP-world’s radar as Antigua & Barbuda’s CIP explores the possibility of making such people eligible. How big is the issue?
As Western-EU politicians fret over the hypothetical risks of citizenship by investment, their counterparts farther east are selling passports for bribes.
For March, only events in Russia/CIS and Vietnam appear to be going ahead as scheduled, while a dozen or so conferences around the world are postponed.
Mountain-bike enthusiast Paul Williams points to the absurdity of cash-strapped governments taking 12 months to accept hundreds of thousands in investments.