Yes. Permanent Residency remains intact even after the investment is returned.
Only a couple of countries allow for parents to be part of a single application. Contact us to know more.
Yes, permanent resident status allows the children to get all the benefits related to education and employment offered by the country, as per the respective country’s laws.
Yes, all adults (above age 18) are free to work in the country you take up your Residency or Citizenship in.
Yes, immigration application can be withdrawn at any given point in time during the process. However, the investment is refunded as per the timeline defined in the agreement with the developer or business owner.
The primary applicant has to be at least 18 years of age at the time of application (some countries may allow younger applicants on a case to case basis). There is no maximum age limit to apply for any Residency or Citizenship by Investment program.
There is no limit on the number of dependents. Along with the spouse, kids up to the age of 21 are typically allowed. In certain programs, kids up to the age of 25 are allowed, and even parents of the primary applicant may be allowed for an additional fee.
Generally, the job requirement criteria varies from zero to 15 jobs depending on the country. Click on My Program Comparison to know more.
Depending on the country, the minimum number of days you need to stay in the country may be as low as 7 days to as high as 187 days in a calendar year. Click on My Program Comparison to know more.
No, none of the Residency or Citizenship by Investment program have any education requirements, except a couple of Canadian programs. Some of the countries may require a basic language test to be cleared.
No, none of the Residency or Citizenship by Investment program have any language requirements, except a couple of Canadian programs which require a certain level of proficiency in English. Some of the countries may require a basic language test to be cleared.
Yes, any person can be the primary applicant.
For countries, like India, where dual citizenship is not allowed, one has to surrender their existing passport while option for another country’s citizenship. If you are applying for only Residency programs, then you don’t have to surrender your existing passport.