Author page: Best Citizenships

Antigua Residence by Investment

The Permanent Residency Program of Antigua & Barbuda was introduced in 1995 to encourage wealthy individuals to establish tax residency in the country. Antigua and Barbuda is an offshore jurisdiction with no personal income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax and wealth tax. It offers wide range of opportunities for asset protection, including the Citizenship by Investment Program, launched in 2013. Antigua’s Residency program offers ZERO worldwide income,…

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Best Retirement Countries in Europe

People often dream of retiring in a foreign country. Retirement in a foreign country can be as exciting and adventurous for many people just to explore the world! Europe has been a major retirement destination for most british and american expatriates. Europe has truly the most beautiful picturesque landscapes and sunny beaches, and retirement doesn’t come cheap and can be…

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Worst Passports in the World

Almost Half of the world countries have worst passports, restricting mobility and travel freedom for its citizens. Afghanistan and Iraq passports are the worst passports in the World as of 2018, according to Henley report, For example chinese passport has only limited travel freedom to only 74 countries, while russia passport has access to 119 nations as of 2018.  …

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Quick Comparison of Countries offering CBI/RBI schemes

The following are quick comparison list of countries offering “Citizenship-by-investment” (CBI) vs “Residency-by-investment” (CBI) programs to third nationals of various countries. The key difference is “Citizenship-by-investment” programs offer investors direct passport to investors within few months or a year. “Residency-by-investment” aka “Golden visa” or “Investor visa” programs initially offer residency to investors, and then after certain number of years of…

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Dual Citizenship in India

People in India, very often confuse between holding dual citizenships with Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) introduced by the the Govt of India. The Indian constitution does not allow dual citizenship or simultaneously holding two passports of different countries. The Indian Citizenship Act, 1955, does not allow dual citizenship. Holding Indian passport/acquiring Indian passport/travelling on Indian passport after acquisition of foreign…

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