Anichi Resort & Spa is the latest investment offering under Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme giving investors the chance to acquire citizenship with the purchase of preferred or freehold shares in a luxury eco resort with a minimum investment of US$220,000.
Following eight months of uncertainty thanks to Covid, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the latest nation to announce investor visa programmes aimed at replacing lost tourism dollars. Both the proposed Invest-and-Stay and In-Stay programmes will provide foreigners with residency/remote working visas in exchange for investment.
Last month, in response to the unfortunate and complicated situation in Hong Kong, Bulgaria’s Immigrant Investor Programme (BGIIP) unit announced that it is offering complementary real estate to Hong Kong citizens who wish to acquire Bulgarian economic citizenship.
One of the Saint Kitts & Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment-approved properties, The Four Seasons Nevis has seen a massive spike in sales during the pandemic with demand for its stunning beachside freestanding villas booming.
As the newest kid on the citizenship by investment block, Montenegro is currently seeing a huge surge in demand for its economic passport. So, what exactly is the pull of this little Balkan country?
Following this week’s Budget announcements for 2020-2021, Dominica is set to use the revenues made from its successful Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programme in order to build new housing, among other pinpointed public services including healthcare and education.