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FAQs

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Having dual citizenship or multiple citizenship status can open up a lot of doors for you, like being able to travel more freely, get better education, and have a better chance of getting a job. It can also give you a sense of stability, like having a backup plan if things don’t work out in your home country.

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Citizenship by investment (CBI) falls under a particular category of the Citizenship Act. In order to be eligible for CBI, an individual must invest in the economy of the country in which they wish to participate. Upon successful completion of the investment, the individual will be granted legal citizenship status and will be issued a passport. CBI offers advantages over traditional immigration procedures, such as a faster citizenship attainment process and minimal physical residency requirements.

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Having a second place of residence gives you lots of benefits, like being able to live and work in both countries and easily travel between them. Plus, you can get benefits and advantages from both countries. You can work in both countries without having to get a visa or a work permit, and you can even go to university in either country.

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We believe family is at the core of everything we do. That’s why we help families find the best solutions when it comes to programs. By getting a second citizenship with us, you can make sure your kids get the same advantages as you. A second citizenship from a strong country gives your kids access to great healthcare and social programs. Plus, your kids can get a good education and stay connected with big companies all over the world. Let us help you create a better future for your family.

Residency FAQ’s

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A second residency is when you move to another country in addition to your current one. A lot of countries let you have multiple residences, which is great because it gives you a lot of benefits.

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Residency by investment is a type of investment that allows you to legally live in a country as long as you invest in a sector approved by the government. It’s similar to citizenship by investment, but the main difference is that you don’t have to live there physically like you do with citizenship.

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Having a second place of residence gives you lots of benefits, like being able to live and work in both countries and easily travel between them. Plus, you can get benefits and advantages from both countries. You can work in both countries without having to get a visa or a work permit, and you can even go to university in either country.

Immigration FAQ's

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If you’re looking to immigrate by investment, it’s a great way to get residency in the countries that offer it. It usually involves setting up shop or opening up shop in the country you want to immigrate to. It’s especially attractive to business people who want to get into foreign markets and benefit from the laws and services of the country you’re going to.

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If you’re running a successful business but it’s hard to grow across borders, an immigration by investment program could be perfect for you. Immigration by investment programs are for people who are creative and driven, and they offer practical strategies to help you expand your business or idea around the world.

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Every application is treated with the same level of care and attention as our very first. That’s why we’re proud to say we’ve never had a rejection rate of 0%.Our team of expert advisors and case officers has worked on hundreds of applications, each one with its unique circumstances. They’re able to anticipate issues before they happen.To avoid a possible rejection, and before we onboard you as a client, we perform a free, no-obligation “pre-approval” check. We work with you and ask the right questions to make sure there are no red flags before you submit your application. Transparency and honesty are key to preventing rejections.In the unlikely event that you do get denied, we can provide advice on how to improve your situation.

Eligibility & Requirements FAQ's

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Each nation has its own set of eligibility criteria that applicants must meet in order to qualify for its citizenship by investment program or residency by investment program. The most common criteria are at least 18 years of age, no criminal record, adequate financial resources, and investment in one of the approved government alternatives.

Immigration by investment programs share some similarities with citizenship by investment programs and residency by investment program, but they typically have additional business requirements that applicants must meet.

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Governments work with third-party agents who do background checks on people and their applications. They use public sources and intelligence to make sure the info they’re giving is accurate. This includes things like official birth certificates, news reports, and who owns what businesses and companies. Law enforcement and INTERPOL also check the applicant to make sure they don’t have a criminal record. The government then decides what to do based on the results of the checks.

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Every application is treated with the same level of care and attention as our very first. That’s why we’re proud to say we’ve never had a rejection rate of 0%.Our team of expert advisors and case officers has worked on hundreds of applications, each one with its unique circumstances. They’re able to anticipate issues before they happen.To avoid a possible rejection, and before we onboard you as a client, we perform a free, no-obligation “pre-approval” check. We work with you and ask the right questions to make sure there are no red flags before you submit your application. Transparency and honesty are key to preventing rejections.In the unlikely event that you do get denied, we can provide advice on how to improve your situation.

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Depending on the country, dependents can be a spouse, a child under 18, a biological child, or an adopted child. Dependents over 18 can also be included if they meet certain criteria. Parents and sometimes grandparents can also be included, as long as they meet the requirements. Talk to our experts about who you’d like to include in your application.

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It’s super important to know what the conditions are for bringing in family members when you’re applying for citizenship, residency, or immigration through investment. The conditions vary depending on which program you’re applying for, and some may give you more flexibility than others. Our experienced consultants will guide you through the process and tell you what you need to know about the program that’s best for you.

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Generally, governments view applicants as individuals and countries of origin as second-class citizens. Relationships between your home country and the country you want to apply to can affect your application. But our team tries to anticipate these issues and alert you to them.

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Language requirements are an important consideration for investors seeking citizenship or residency through investment programs. While the requirements can vary greatly between countries, learning the language can have significant benefits for investors. It is important for investors to research the language requirements for their desired program and take steps to improve their language skills if necessary. By doing so, investors can increase their chances of success and fully integrate into their new home country.

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One of the best things about these programs is that you don’t have to travel to attend them. Most of them don’t even require a residency. However, there are a few programs that do require a residency or a physical visit. This is something to keep in mind if you’d rather not travel.

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