CSGP in the News

12 December, 2016

Why Countries Should Accept Dual Citizenship

Having previously spoken with Lawyer Monthly on immigration matters, here Micha-Rose Emmett, Group Managing Director at CS Global Partners provides an outlook on dual citizenship around the globe, the benefits thereof, for both the citizen and the host nation, and the need for increased dual citizenship in bridging international relationships.

23 November, 2016

Micha Emmett interview with Lawyer Monthly

Micha-Rose Emmett – “In this line of work, there are certainly more opportunities than obstacles”

27 October, 2016

What Does Brexit Mean for Citizenship?

On June 23rd, it was announced that Britain will be leaving the European Union, and the country entered a period of uncertainty.

23 September, 2016

Why the Caribbean is seeing growing CIP demand

The controversial Brexit result in the United Kingdom and worries over the future of the European Union.

29 June, 2016

What ‘Visa Free’ really means + 6 interesting global visa facts

If you’ve ever wondered what the term ‘Visa Free Country’ really means, check out this handy infographic, put together by CS Global Partners:

10 May, 2016

Brexit: could you benefit from visa-free travel?

Thanks to the ongoing Brexit campaign and the strong press coverage surrounding the immigration crisis, the press has been littered with the term ‘visa-free’ over recent months; but it’s a term that many may be unaware of, as well as the true benefits that are involved.

19 April, 2016

Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme

At its inception, the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme was devised as a means for the Government to attract foreign direct investment, as well as successful individuals from the overseas community, to the nation’s shores. Today, the Programme is about giving people options, a safe haven, and a route to happiness – especially when this was denied to them at birth.

11 April, 2016

Why has second citizenship been growing in the last decade?

Micha-Rose Emmett looks at the growing demand for second citizenship and explores the benefits when it comes to estate planning

2 April, 2016

Second Citizenship is on the Rise

You cannot avoid the atrocities that have taken place across the world over the past 10 years, with terror attacks becoming an almost frequent occurrence in recent months.

1 April, 2016

London’s Wealthy Pushed to Second Citizenship due to Global Terror

From the November terror attacks in Paris, to the most recent atrocities in Brussels, the global threat of terror has never felt more real.

30 March, 2016

Dual Nationality has become an Investor’s Insurance Blanket

Dual nationality programmes have seen a dramatic increase over the past 10 years, due to international investors wishing to protect their families from the growing global security threats.

15 March, 2016

Dual nationality: an investor’s insurance blanket?

Investment into dual nationality programmes has increased over the past decade, with much of the trend attributable to international families wishing to protect their future and to be free from security threats. Europe, the Middle East, and Northern Africa have been vulnerable targets for terrorism, with the November 2015 Paris, Beirut, and Mali attacks serving as prime examples.

24 February, 2016

Grenada targets UHNWs with investor visa programme

Grenada, known affectionately as the ‘Isle of Spice’, has opened its shores to “discerning” investors who are as interested in embracing its Caribbean culture as they are in its global reach.

3 December, 2015

Dual nationality: The 21st century’s insurance blanket

Today’s global scape is changing—and changing rapidly. The international arena has morphed into an interconnected sphere with unprecedented information resources. Distance is no measure of the prospects at our reach. And with it, the notion of citizenship has expanded to encompass not merely our place of birth but, instead, our access to the world.

7 March, 2014

The Countries Offering Passports to Lure Property Investors

Minimum property investment amounts range from $400,000 in St Kitts and Nevis to €5m in Cyprus