Harvey Law Takes Golden Visas Off Shelf, Turns Focus to Startup/Entrepreneur Programs

Harvey Law Group’s global managing partner, Jean-François Harvey, tells IMI his firm is phasing out of the golden visa market, opting instead to focus on startup and entrepreneur visas, a category of immigration that, he points out, adds more value to the destination economy – and his firm.

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Harvey Speaks Out on CBC’s QIIP Investigation: “It Helped Our Business, Believe it or Not”

Speaking to Investment Migration Insider during the Investment Immigration Summit in Hong Kong last week, Jean Francois Harvey, head of the law firm that bears his name, spoke about the practical consequences of his employees appearing on hidden camera in an investigative report by Canada’s CBC last month. Questioned as to what was the fallout

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Harvey Law Takes 20% Stake in Range’s New Six Senses CBI-Development

Press release via Harvey Law Group: Phnom Penh – May 28, 2018 Harvey Law Group (HLG), one of Asia’s leading legal firms focusing on investment immigration and mobility, announced that one of its portfolio companies has acquired nearly 20% of the inventory in the newly launched Six Senses St. Kitts being developed by Range Developments

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Harvey Retracts Statement on Larry Wang Regional Center

Last week, during an interview widely read among our Chinese subscribers, Jean-Francois Harvey indicated foreign investment migration firms should not have any compunctions about sourcing clients directly from China and compete directly with Chinese firms on their home territory because Chinese firms did not hesitate to compete outside of their home market. As examples, he

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Harvey Takes Dig at Chinese Agencies’ Warnings to Stay Out of Their Territory

The large international investment migration firms generally don’t source clients directly from Mainland China, but rather rely on B2B agreements with a network of Chinese immigration agencies to supply application volume, a model that has successfully helped at least 100,000 Chinese participate in residence and citizenship by investment programs over the last decade. International firms,

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Vanuatu Can Rival Caribbean CIPs, But Can’t “Keep Changing Every Few Months” says Arton Capital MD

Philippe May, Managing Director of Arton Capital’s Singapore office, thinks Vanuatu’s citizenship program could be a serious contender to its Caribbean competitors, if only they could sort themselves out. “Vanuatu has the potential to run an attractive CIP. Its geographic location is greatly convenient for Asian investors, and there is no competition in the Pacific

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Vanuatu Information Centre Appoints Harvey Law Group as Global Representative

Mr James Harris, Managing Director of the VIC network remarked “the official appointment of Harvey Law Group as a global representative means a significant elevation in the profile of the Development Support Program, in line with our ambition to secure a position as one of the world’s leading Citizenship by Investment Programs. Harvey Law Group,

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Harvey Law Group bets big on Southeast Asia investment migration market

The rise to prosperity slated to take place over the next few decades in Southeast Asia is a once-in-a-lifetime megatrend. Harvey Law Group reckons there’s a lot of money to be made for early movers. The Montreal-based firm that specializes in, among other practice areas, citizenship and residence by investment, yesterday announced that they had

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