Moldova passport
The Public Services Contract for the Development, Implementation and International Promotion of the Citizenship Acquisition Program for the Government of the Republic of Moldova with the Lead of the Consortium Winner, MIC Holding LLC and Henley & Partners Government Services Ltd, was signed today, July 11, 2018.   The Commission for Examination of the Citizenship Registration by Participation in the Investment Program in the Republic of Moldova selected the winner of the public tender for
Montenegro
Montenegro has launched a special citizenship by investment program for foreign investors. The citizenship scheme requires investors to invest EUR 250,000 in business or real estate, in government approved development projects. The CIP is capped to admitting 2000 foreign investors, subjected to passing due diligence checks. There is a EUR 100,000 government fee per family application. The CIP will officially start on Oct 1, 2018. The Government will appoint licensed authorized agents. Montenegro passport has
Migration
According to the Article 1 and Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the UN; all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, and no distinction shall be made on basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs. Yet, in our everyday life, we see such distinction being made more often than not. Globalization is taking place at
UK passport
UK passport is ranked as the fourth powerful passport in the world despite the UK is headed for Brexit. This was revealed by passport survey by Henley & Partners 2018 passport rankings.     The report mentions that nationals of the UK, the US, and the EU have not seen any improvement in their global access since 2017. According to┬áProf. Dr. Florian Trauner, Research Professor at the Institute for European Studies at the Free University
Dominica
The Economic Diversification Fund was established through the Citizenship by Investment Programme as one component of a national capital mobilization portfolio, with the goal of national development for Dominica. Generated funds are utilised for public and private sector projects where a need is identified. Public sector projects identified for financing under the Programme include, but are not limited to, (1) the building of schools, (2) hospital renovations, (3) the building of a national sports stadium,