For those seeking second passports that enable great ease of travel, Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Program facilitates visa-free travel to more than 130 countries, including the United Kingdom.
Anguilla, British Caribbean, is a regulated offshore jurisdiction for company management, trusts and estate planning, foundations, captive insurance and mutual funds.
The Government of Quebec’s Immigrant Investor Program was designed to attract high-net-worth business leaders and investors wishing to launch operations in this Canadian province, or to invest in its economy.
For high-net-worth investors, the United States Immigrant Investor Program EB-5 visa can be an excellent means of obtaining US conditional resident status, known as a green card, leading to a US passport.
Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Program, established in 1991 under its Economic Citizenship Program, is the most financially advantageous program of its kind for those seeking a second passport.
Grenada is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, and is becoming a top choice of destination for high-net worth investors seeking a second passport.
Temporary residence of Montenegro can be acquired on grounds of employment, education and international students’ exchange, medical treatments, family reunion and other.
Launched in 2012, Portugal’s Golden Visa Program offers non-European Union investors a fast track to obtaining a valid residency permit.
ST. KITTS AND NEVIS
St. Kitts and Nevis was the first country to introduce a Citizenship by Investment Program in 1984, facilitating second citizenship opportunities for individuals from around the world.
The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland) Citizenship by Investment Program offer high-yield real estate investment opportunities, tax advantages, and the ability to conduct unhindered business immigration.