With many prosperous families and ambitious entrepreneurs entering the market for a second passport, choosing the right country is crucial. More and more countries are now opening their doors to Citizenship by Investment. These include advantages such as visa free travel to a variety of countries and increased freedom to invest and create partnerships.
Asia is a promising part of the world where opportunities to obtain Investment Citizenship are booming. With vast and improving economies and an increasing presence in the international relations, it is well worth considering Read more ›
The Global advisory Firm Henley & Partners published the 2016 Visa Restriction index, an overall ranking based on how powerful countries passports are.
The Visa Restriction Index, published for 11 consecutive years, is the only index brought together in collaboration with the International Air Transport Association, which maintains the world’s largest Database of travel information.
How can you know how good is your passport compared to another ?
Simply put, the passports are sorted by the number of countries a citizen is able to visit without a visa « visa-free score ». Read more ›
Millionaires are immigrating, and they are not settling in the typical run-of-the-mill city. New World Wealth published the Millionaire Migration 2015 report last week, sourcing data from immigration programs statistics, property sales numbers, interviews, and tracking of millionaire movements.
The top 3 cities where millionaires moved to in 2015 are Sydney, Melbourne, and Tel Aviv, in that order. Read more ›
GoldenVisa.ch has released its 2015 World Safety Index, which is a holistic report that brings together the top 24 safest nations in the world.
Top 24 Safest Countries in the World
Countries in the world were subjected to an overall ranking system that relied on 10 different safety factors. Each country’s average score was calculated based on life expectancy, crime index, pollution index, global peace index, global terrorism index, suicide per 100, 000, unemployment rate, disaster risk, consumer price index, and quality of health care. Read more ›