Units start from EUR 190,000 and qualify the investor for citizenship in what’s widely considered the next-in-line EU member country.
Portugal’s property market is among Europe’s most internationalized, which has made its reaction to the pandemic atypical, writes Patricia Casaburi.
The most common reasons for rejection were “weakness of the business model” and “lack of innovative value of the business project”.
Bartra: “Ireland ticks all the boxes and is well-positioned to hold the title of the best immigration destination for HNWIs indefinitely.”
After a surprisingly strong first half of 2020, the pandemic appears to have caught up with Spain’s golden visa in the second half.
Evgeny Pavlov asks and answers: Which golden visa countries in the EU will open to vaccinated tourists, and when?
The Chinese dominated the golden visa during the early years before falling to a record-low in 2020. In 2021, they are returning in force.
Reacting to the State Department’s Report, PM Browne said Washington’s accusations against himself and regional CIPs were based on hearsay.
After a year and a half of uncertainty, hopes emerge that the world’s most popular residency by investment program may reopen soon.
Kenya’s Investment Authority is drafting legal amendments that would permit a CIP. Its chairman says “there’s really no opposition to it.”
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