6 August 2018
Many business people,senior managers,entrepreneurs,students and families are tired of applying for United Kingdom (UK) or Schengen visas and sick of waiting in long lines at visa application centers or being interrogated like a criminal in front of visa unit,while some may quit and modify their travel itineraries to other countries. But such ordeal may come to an end through buying a residency and / or citizenship (passport) in another country by investing in a property or government fund.
13 June 2017
With indefinite travel restrictions from key nations throughout the Middle East, entrepreneurs, investors, and businessmen and women on notice to leave Qatar will be forced to find alternative residency solutions for themselves and their family. While many can return to his or her country of origin, it may not be the practical route for those involved in Qatar’s local or international business sectors. So what does the Qatar crisis mean for foreign nationals and immigration?
21 May 2017
With a growing number of high net worth and ultra high net worth individuals seeking immigration solutions abroad, websites for obtaining a second citizenship and passport are popping up everywhere. You might be thinking these types of schemes sound “too good to be true,” and in some instances, they are. With more and more websites promoting Citizenship by Investment Programs, there is also a greater chance of becoming a victim of internet scams—websites aimed to “rip off” or cheat unsuspecting
27 April 2017
In the past, QICMS (Invest-Visa) provided readers our 'top picks' for obtaining second citizenships around the world, including Europe, North America, and the Caribbean. Today we will focus on our top choices for second citizenships in the Caribbean: Saint Lucia, the Commonwealth of Dominica, and Grenada.
15 March 2017
With the growing number of immigration restrictions directly affecting Arab families in the United States and across Europe, foreign nationals are turning to the Caribbean for their immigration solutions. By investing in the Caribbean, primary applicants and their eligible dependents can obtain a second citizenship (second passport) to island nations such as Antigua and Barbuda,* the Commonwealth of Dominica, and Saint-Kitts and Nevis, among other desirable locations.
18 July 2016
The number of high net worth individuals in the Caribbean is on the rise due to the several Citizenship by Investment Programs available. Applicants are awarded Citizenship to the destination in question by investing funds in real estate or other financial instruments that will benefit the country’s economy. Currently, there are four Citizenship by Investment Programs in the Caribbean that continue to generate significant revenue for each country’s government.