Over the years, Malta has welcomed many foreign nationals who visit our country for leisure or work purposes. The recent economic boom is attracting an unprecedented number of foreigners who decide to relocate to Malta to seek economic prosperity and a better future for their families. Malta is also attracting HNW individuals through the IIP; individuals who bring with them a wealth of talent, knowledge and business acumen to the island. Nowadays, more high net worth individuals are
According to the CIU of St Kitts and Nevis, the minimum real estate investment required for Citizenship in St Kitts and Nevis is US 200,000. The prices have been cut by half from USD 400,000 to USD 200,000. The minimum real estate investment required by law is US$200,000 (resalable after 7 years) or US$400,000 (resalable after 5 years) for each main applicant. Last Feb 2018, The St Kitts Government has revised the fees downward so that a
The Citizenship by Investment of Antigua and Barbuda announced on 15 May, 2018, a Limited Time Offer (LTO) under the Real Estate option. The minimum investment remains at USD 400,000. However, until 31st October, 2018, two applications from related parties can make a joint investment, with each applicant investing a minimum of USD 200,000 in order to qualify. All processing and due diligence fees remain unchanged.
Moldova debuts new citizenship by investment scheme offering passport to foreigners who make a one time donation to the country. The country is the 11th country to join other countries offering citizenship by investment programs. Foreigners can donate EUR 100,000 to Public investment fund of Moldova in exchange for citizenship. Minimum Investment A minimum non-refundable contribution to Moldova Public Investment Fund PIF starting from EUR 100,000 for a single applicant. EUR 115,000 is required for