Leaders in Citizenship by Investment & International Residence Solutions

Welcome to CS Global Partners

CS Global Partners is an international, industry-leading, award-winning legal advisory firm specialising in citizenship and residence solutions. Our business was born out of a desire to deliver efficient and effective solutions for businesspersons and high net-worth individuals looking to safeguard their future and that of their families. With a global physical presence, counting ten offices across the world and an expert multi-lingual team fluent in over eleven languages, we are always available to provide tailored guidance and advice. CS Global Partners’ strong reputation for expertise and integrity has also allowed us to establish a government advisory practice, making us the consultants of choice of countries offering the world’s most sought-after citizenship and residence programmes.

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Our focus is on citizenship by investment and residence by investment solutions for international private clients and families.


  • St Kitts and Nevis Inaugurates High Commission in Canada

    St Kitts and Nevis reached another milestone in the consolidation of its relations with Canada as, on 16 June 2017, the nation opened a new High Commission in Ottawa. In a speech made a few days prior to the National Assembly, the Honourable Mark Brantley, Foreign Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, said the move signified his country’s commitment to […]
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  • Prime Minister Skerrit Interviewed on Telesur Exclusive

    Recently, the pan–Latin American channel Telesur interviewed Dominica’s Prime Minister, Dr the Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit, on matters regarding both his island-nation and the Caribbean as a whole. When asked what the world should know about Dominica, the Prime Minister noted that “Dominica is a very peaceful country […] that promotes ecotourism […] that prides itself on the conservation of the […]
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  • OECS Meeting Focuses on Due Diligence

    On 16 June 2017, the Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) called together representatives from the OECS’ five citizenship by investment nations to discuss standardisation of processing and of due diligence. The five nations, namely Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and St Kitts and Nevis, are some of the most popular destinations for economic citizenship, […]
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  • Study reveals Brexit influenced UK citizens’ perceptions of dual-citizenship, so what will a minority government do?

    One year on from the Brexit announcement, an uncertain political environment following last week’s results at the UK General Election, brings the topic of second citizenship back to the fore. A recent study conducted by CS Global Partners reveals UK citizens were drawn to the prospect of dual-citizenship following the Brexit decision, with a staggering 81% willing to invest their […]
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