MEPs Aim to Wrest Naturalization Powers From Member States – Genuine-Links Doctrine Contradicts EU Law Says IMC
Legal scholars, the IMC, and Malta signal fierce resistance as Brussels aims to seize powers of naturalization from EU member states.
With Mohammed Asaria
The CBI-market’s leading hotel developer offers a global perspective on the critical issues confronting the industry.
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.
Vanuatu’s deputy PM concedes the country’s CIP investors are still just honorary citizens and that he plans to give them a yellow passport.
With Luc Lu
A seasoned RCBI-veteran keeps us abreast of trends in the world’s biggest investment migration market.
Chinese millennials are now the world’s biggest group of investor migrants. And among them, the most active of all are the “sea turtles”.
In a historic release prepared exclusively for IMI, Vanuatu shares, for the first time, statistics on all its past and present CBI programs.
On a dollar-basis, revenues from the real estate option already outpace those from NTF contributions; EC$55 million versus EC$46m in 2020.
So far, 2020 has been a statistically unremarkable year for Portugal’s golden visa; no mean feat considering this year’s global context.
Now, program authorities hope to lure even more applicants with allowing them the right not only to live in Thailand, but to work there too.