The world is a big place. Why limit yourself to living in only one country. In times of uncertainty a second citizenship-by-investment provides the comfort of knowing that you, your family, and your finances can be secured by having an alternative base/home.
To those who are fortunate enough to be in a position to do so, purchasing citizenship is a legal and government approved method of obtaining citizenship and is called citizenship-by-investment. This is available in countries which include the following:
- Citizenship-by-Investment in Antigua and Barbuda
- Citizenship-by-Investment in New Zealand
- Citizenship-by-Investment in Australia
- Citizenship-by-Investment in Malta
- Citizenship-by-Investment in Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Citizenship-by-Investment in the Commonwealth of Dominica
- Citizenship-by-Investment in Austria
The key requirements for each country are, in essence, very similar in the sense that they all require significant investment (ranging from merely US $100,000 to millions) in the respective countries as the primary criteria.
Applications can be made via approved agents. Our personnel are authorized agents for the purposes of investment visas in some of the above countries.
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Citizenship-by-Investment at a glance
Austria (Europe): The Austrian government does not specify the amount of investment required but significant investment is required e.g. over €2 or 3 million.
Malta (Europe): A contribution of at least €650,000 plus real estate investment of at least (1) €350,000 if purchasing or (2) a rental property with a minimum annual rent of €16,000 plus a bonds investment of at least €150,000.
Commonwealth of Dominica: Either a minimum contribution of US $100,000 is required or alternatively investment in approved real estate with a minimum value of US $200,000.
Antigua or Barbuda: Either (1) a contribution of at least US $200,000 (2) investment in approved real estate with a minimum value of US $400,000 per applicant or (3) a minimum investment of US $1,500,000 in an approved business or (4) a minimum investment of US $5,000,000 in an approved business (if two or more persons apply subject to a minimum investment per person of US $400,000).
St. Kitts and Nevis: Either a minimum donation of US $250,000 or investment in approved real estate with a minimum value of US $400,000 per person.
New Zealand: Either an investment of at least NZ $3 million over a 4 year period or NZ $10 million over a 10 year period.
Australia: Generally, there are five different streams requiring (1) funding from specified classes of investors of at least AUD $200,000 to commercialise a product or service in Australia (2) net assets of AUD $800,000 (3) approved investment of AUD $1.5 million and net assets of AUD $2.25 million (4) approved investments of at least AUD $5 million or (5) approved investments of at least AUD $15 million.
Other jurisdictions: Contact us also regarding any other jurisdictions in which you may be interested such as Guatemala, Singapore and Hong Kong.