We are announcing our proposals for a brand new ‘Digital nomad citizenship’ program for cash strapped nations looking to raise revenues from remote workers and entrepreneurs. This unique program was designed by World Citizenship Council, a non-profit startup in association with Best Citizenships online platform. The Digital Nomad visa (DNV) market is expected to reach $30 billion by 2025 with millions of wealthy digital nomad expected to apply, working remotely from anywhere in beaches, open offices, cafes
The World Citizenship Council is is launching “World Citizen Award” which will be given to distinguished individuals who have achieved outstanding achievements in doing charity work related to immigration, poverty, food program etc considering benefits of the humanity. This award will be given every year with a certificate and price money received from council donations from council members. This award will be presented by World Citizenship Council. The Award committee will be formed within the
Oxford Analytica recently published a report: Due Diligence in Investment Migration, within which details the minimum recommended industry standard for the investment migration market. This report is co-authored by the IMC, BD, Exiger and Refinitiv. Harod is one of the providers for due diligence (DD) in this market and as such is experienced in the quality of applicants and their agents. It has been noted by Harod, and no doubt others, that the quality of applications is at
Directive (EU) 2015/849 implemented by European Union to combat money laundering and terrorist financing to protect the financial system. On 7 May 2020, the European Commission adopted a new delegated regulation in relation to third countries which have strategic deficiencies in their AML/CFT regimes that pose significant threats to the financial system of the Union (‘high-risk third countries’). EU banks and other gatekeepers are required to apply enhanced vigilance in business relationships and transactions involving these 10
Emma DeSouza is an Irish citizen born in Northern Ireland who has never held a British passport. DeSouza obtained her first Irish passport in 2009 and identifies as exclusively Irish – not British. The Good Friday Agreement birthright provisions allow the people of Northern Ireland to identify and be accepted as Irish or British or both. In 2015 DeSouza married her US born husband in Belfast and applied to stablise his immigration status shortly thereafter.