The Bulgaria Residence and Citizenship Program
This program page is sponsored by New Balkans Law Office
PROGRAM TYPE: Residence-to-citizenship
TOTAL INVESTMENT RAISED: US$ 200 million +
See program essentials such as prices, requirements, timelines, investment options
See a list of frequently asked questions, and their answers, about this program.
See the official website of the government entity responsible for processing applications to the program.
Recent articles about this program
If you can prove that you have a Bulgarian parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent, you are eligible for citizenship in Bulgaria – and, by extension, the right to live in any of the 27 member states – thanks to a recent change to Bulgaria’s citizenship law.
If you thought Bulgaria’s RCBI program was on its last legs, think again: The program is relaunching with renewed support from the government.
There’s more to Bulgarian citizenship by investment than government bonds, write Nevena Bekyarova and Kamen Shoylev.
The proposed changes would give investors a lot of flexibility to suit their investment styles, write Ivan Petrov and Nevena Bekyarova of NBLO.
Bulgarian lawmakers have tabled a bill in Parliament that would see the residence-to-citizenship program continue after all, albeit with amendments.
The investigations show Bulgaria isn’t the soft underbelly of Europe and improves the value of the country’s citizenship, writes Ivan Petrov of NBLO.
The office of Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General has uncovered eight instances of fraudulently obtained citizenships over the last three months, with several
The investments proposed to be eligible for the Fast Track will make a Bulgarian CBI solution somewhat similar to the US EB-5 program.
This post was contributed by the Ivan Petrov of the New Balkans Law Office. Background On 22.01.2019 and 23.01.2019, the
Reuters reports that the Bulgarian Ministry of Justice plans to terminate its residence-to-citizenship by investment program, citing a lack of