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How to Apply for the UK Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa?

by Vicky Katsarova on Apr 18, 2017

 

On April 6, 2017 the UK government changed some of its rules and requirements for individuals, and their family members, wishing to obtain a UK Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa. In this article we provide the latest information on how to obtain your Tier 1 Visa.

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Topics: UK Citizenship

How To Qualify For Bulgarian Citizenship?

by Vicky Katsarova on Apr 13, 2017

How to qualify for Bulgarian citizenship is a question our High Net Worth Immigration clients often ask. In this article we explain the requirements and process, so you will have all of the basic answers. An individual may attain citizenship in different ways. The traditional ways are:

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Topics: Bulgaria Citizenship

UK Citizenship by Investment: An Attractive and Secure Opportunity

by Vicky Katsarova on Mar 20, 2017

The United Kingdom has a well-founded reputation as a very attractive place to invest, live, work, study, and set up new commercial ventures. High net worth individuals (HNWIs) can achieve “indefinite leave to remain” (UK’s permanent residence status) and then may apply for citizenship after they hold their approved investment for the required period of time.

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Topics: UK Citizenship, The UK

GSA Offers Alternative Investment in Grenada Economic Citizenship

by Vicky Katsarova on Mar 15, 2017

This is a very exciting time for Grenada's Citizenship by Investment Program. On February 27, 2017, Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture (GSA) management and Grenada government officials came together at a ground-breaking ceremony  to launch the project. They made a joint statement:

“The GSA project (Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture) will position Grenada as a leader in the future of high-tech aquaculture worldwide. GSA looks forward to the prosperous future and would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the Government of Grenada and add a special thank you to Honorable Prime Minister, members of Parliament, and everyone who contributed for all the support for our Zero-water Exchange Organic Shrimp Farm in Victoria, St. Mark, Grenada.”

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Topics: Grenada Citizenship

The Latest Changes to Ireland's Immigrant Investor Program

by Vicky Katsarova on Feb 14, 2017

Ireland’s Immigrant Investor Program (IIP) was introduced in 2012. The Minister for Justice, Equality, and Defence, Mr. Alan Shatter, recently announced important and exciting changes to the program.

The major change increases the number of investment options from one, the Irish Diaspora Loan Fund, to six. The changes are aimed at encouraging high net worth individuals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to benefit from the immigrant investor program to invest in Ireland (Eire). In return, the investors are entitled to permanent residency and then to apply for Irish citizenship. The value to Ireland is that the investors will create new jobs in the country or save existing ones.

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Topics: Ireland Citizenship

USA EB-5 Investor Visa: Minimum Investment Amount Will Increase Soon

by Vicky Katsarova on Jan 25, 2017

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has proposed to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that the minimum EB-5 investment amount be raised from US$500,000 to US$1,350,000.

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Topics: The USA

The Benefits of Having Bulgaria Residency

by Vicky Katsarova on Jan 17, 2017

Bulgaria is a beautiful country in south-eastern Europe. It has mountains, a Black Sea coast, famous rivers and open plains, quaint villages and inspiring cities. Bulgarians have a strong work ethic and are well-educated, with many speaking more than one language.

About 80% of Bulgaria’s GDP is generated by its strong and growing private sector, and the country enjoys some of the lowest tax regimes in the European Union (EU). Bulgaria has seen recent economic growth, which is forecast to continue.

In this article we will briefly discuss the benefits of having Bulgaria residency. Residents enjoy many benefits, and high net worth investors who choose Bulgaria for their citizenship discover many others.

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Topics: Bulgaria Citizenship

The Benefits of Grenada Citizenship by Investment in Kawana Bay Resort

by Vicky Katsarova on Dec 26, 2016

There is a new and exciting opportunity for high net worth individuals to get a second passport. By investing in Kawana Bay, they and their families will benefit from international business and travel opportunities and from the advantageous tax regime available to all Grenada citizens. This new real estate project is approved by the Grenada Government as part of its successful and well-established Citizenship by Investment Program (CBI).

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Topics: Grenada

Important Reasons to Explore the Hungarian Residency Bond Program

by Vicky Katsarova on Dec 6, 2016

Hungary's Investor Residency Bond Program (IRBP) recently received positive news in several specific areas. The announcements all suggest that every high net worth individual (HNWI) who is considering becoming a global citizen should look closely at Hungary. There are already a number of reasons for considering Hungary, and the latest economic and program news now make it even more attractive.

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Topics: Hungary

Invest in Belle Mont Farm to Obtain a St. Kitts and Nevis Passport

by Vicky Katsarova on Nov 21, 2016

St.Kitts and Nevis offers the world’s oldest Citizenship by Investment program (CBI). It was launched in 1984, and recent application processing improvements make it a “best-in-class” program, according to Prime Minister Timothy Harris.

There are many benefits available to high net worth individuals, and their family members, who choose to establish dual citizenship through investment in an approved real estate project. The opportunity to obtain a St. Kitts and Nevis passport broadened with the reopening of the Belle Mont Farm development at Kittitian Hill.

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Topics: St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship, St. Kitts & Nevis