FAQs

In this Frequently Asked Questions video series, we answer common questions on the investor immigration industry to provide all you need to know about citizenship by investment and residence by investment programmes.

FAQ - 1

What is a citizen?

Citizen:

A person who is a legal member of a country, and who can exercise rights and perform duties by virtue of that membership. While the concept of citizenship differs in many countries, a citizenship usually provides the holder the right to a passport, to leave and return to the nation and the right to live and work there.

How to become a legal citizen:

There are various different routes to becoming a legal citizen, depending on the sovereign nation’s nationality law. This includes:
  • Citizenship by birth or jus sanguinis
  • Birth-right citizenship or jus soli
  • Citizenship by marriage or jus matrimonii
  • Naturalisation
  • Citizenship by investment
In today’s increasingly globalised world, it has become common for citizens to have ties to more than one nation with many considering themselves to be a ‘citizen of the world’.

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