The Country Reports service submitted its annual report on Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship-by-Investment program.
Migronis has appointed Kemal Nicholson as its new Leading Immigration expert on Caribbean Citizenship.
Grenada and its sister islands Petite Martinique and Carriacou were awarded the epithet of the first “Culinary Capital” due to the World Food Travel Association (WFTA).
The Hungarian permanent residence program for investment was closed in 2017. All Hungarian permanent residence cards that were previously received remain valid. But those who obtained permanent residence in 2016 need to take care of renewing their status – it is valid for five years.
Acceptance of applications for the Moldovan Citizenship by Investment Program has been discontinued. The Moldovan Parliament closed the program in September 2020. In the summer of 2019, Moldova imposed a moratorium on citizenship by investment. Later, it was extended until 2020, but in the end the government decided to completely close the program.
According to the 2019 CBI Index, Grenada took the third place in the ranking of reliable and reputable places for achieving a second passport. With 87%, it followed Dominica and St. Kitts and Nevis.
Thanks to the CBI (citizenship by investment) index, the best countries for obtaining citizenship and investment which have immigration programs are annually determined. In 2019, the index included 13 countries.
Back in the spring, when the whole world faced the lockdown due to COVID-19, the government of Saint Lucia significantly eased the conditions for obtaining citizenship by investment. The offer is about to expire.
St.Kitts and Nevis followed in the footsteps of other Caribbean countries (Grenada, Dominica and Saint Lucia) and introduced changes to its Citizenship by Investment program…