Montenegro Sets Deadline for April 1st in 2nd Attempt at Picking Due Diligence Providers

Having rejected the applications of all 13 prospective due diligence providers for the Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program, the Secretariat for Special Projects calls on candidates to submit their applications – this time filled out to the letter – before April 1st.

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Montenegro Picks Only Three Firms – Arton, Apex, and Henley & Partners – as Approved Intermediaries

In a succinct statement on its website, Montenegro’s Secretariat for Special Projects reveals it has picked Henley & Partners, Arton Group, and Apex Capital as approved intermediaries for the country’s upcoming citizenship by investment program.

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Basic Dos and Don’ts for Entering the Indian Investment Migration Market – By Prashant Ajmera

India is one of the few emerging economic powerhouses whose HNWIs have yet to appreciate the benefits of residency and citizenship by investment (RCBI). In this article, Indian immigration attorney Prashant Ajmera outlines some of the major do’s and don’ts of Indian investment migration market success.

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“Just the Beginning of a Huge, Worldwide Trend,” Says Kälin About Investment Migration

Panelists in Davos shared their vision of investment migration’s role in reducing global debt levels and bridging the gap between the places that have talent and the places that need it.

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IMC Cautions MEPs Ahead of Vote: Phasing Out IM Programs Detrimental for Member State Economies

The European Parliament is about to vote on a report that urges the “phasing out” of investment migration programs. Such a decision would have severe adverse effects on Europe’s peripheral economies, says the IMC, which urges MEPs not to support the calls for the industry’s discontinuation.

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