The Ireland Immigrant Investor Programme
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PROGRAM TYPE: Residence
TOTAL INVESTMENT RAISED: No data
TOP APPLICANT NATIONALITY: Chinese
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The children of Ireland IIP investors may pursue their studies in the UK or Ireland without the hassle of dealing with student visas.
As Brexit looms, citizens of the only English-speaking EU country, which enjoys unique ties with both the UK and the EU, find themselves in an enviable position.
How to get residency in the only country that grants access to both the EU and the UK – and make a good return to boot.
Ireland: 52% of 2018’s Investor Visa Applications Still Await Decisions, But Backlog Reduced by 32% Since May
After accumulating a hefty backlog over the last two years, the Department of Justice have sped up case-handling considerably in the last two months.
In a post-Brexit world, Ireland’s newly affirmed agreements with the UK will maintain close ties between the two countries and give the Irish passport an unusual place in the RCBI landscape.
Unless authorities return to processing at an acceptable rate soon, Ireland could be looking at a 72% year on year drop in program revenue this year.
Ireland Has Raised North of Half a Billion Euros From (Mostly Chinese) Immigrant Investors Since 2012
Preliminary figures show 2018 is on track to become a record year for the program; Investors filed 420 applications, 379 have yet to complete processing.
Ireland Rejects “Dozens” of Investor Visa Apps. for Loan-Financing, Will Review Those Already Approved
The Irish State has rejected dozens of applications for the country’s Investor Immigrant Programme after discovering that applicants had used loans
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