Investment Migration People in The News This Week: Dec 2, 2019

Investment migration people featured in the mainstream media this week include:

  • Armand Arton, Arton Capital
  • Marios Rafail, Henley & Partners
  • Mark Davies, Davies & Associates
  • Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen
  • Christian Kälin, Henley & Partners,
  • Ivan Mak, AIMS Immigration
  • Vincent Fong, MM2H Club

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Money Control: Forget H-1B and EB-5, Indians now eyeing E-2 visa as new ticket to US

With the waiting period for the EB-5 visa to the United States of America stretching to nearly seven years, Indians are now eyeing the E-2 visa route as their ticket to the American shores.

IM people featured:

  • Mark Davies, Davies & Associates LLC

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Business Insider: Rich Kenyans are spending billions to buy citizenship in Europe and Caribbean, here’s their top destinations

Buying residence rights or citizenship in another country, where they can easily travel with their private jet is proving to be a hot cake. More and more Kenyans are actively looking for an additional country they can call home, just as they would buy exclusive second and third holiday houses out of the country.

IM people featured:

  • Armand Arton, Arton Capital
  • Marios Rafail, Henley & Partners

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Sunday Guardian: Rich Indians increasingly migrating to Caribbean countries

An increasing number of rich Indians are moving out of India to settle abroad. In 2018 alone, more than 5,000 High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs), totalling to around 2% of the total number of rich Indians, have migrated to other countries, according to the Global Wealth Migration Review of 2019.

IM people featured:

  • Mark Davies, Davies & Associates LLC

Forbes: French Nationality Is The Best In The World But A New Report Says Brexit Britain Risks A Dramatic Decline

This year’s annual Quality of Nationality Index report once again puts France in the lead spot. The U.K. is currently in 8th place, but its authors believe it risks falling far behind in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

IM people featured:

  • Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groeningen
  • Christian Kälin, Henley & Partners

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SCMP: Emigration inquiries spike as unending protests drive more families to consider quitting Hong Kong

On a recent weekend when anti-government protesters were engaging in violent street clashes with the police, about 40 middle-aged Hongkongers sat in the conference room of a Wan Chai office, learning how to emigrate to Malaysia.

IM people featured:

  • Ivan Mak, AIMS Immigration
  • Vincent Fong, MM2H Club
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