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Hurricane Relief Fund Announced as part of the Citizenship by Investment Programme

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Grenada – The Island of Spice

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Dominica – Nature Isle of the Caribbean

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Situated where east meets west, Turkey has had front row seats—and been a star player—for the rise and fall of countless empires. And with that kind of epic history, it should be no surprise that Turkey is also a land of immense opportunity. Economically speaking, Turkey is a significant force due to its sheer population …

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Though sometimes referred to as Turkey’s “second” city, the capital Ankara has plenty of charm and sites that make it anything but second rate. The name Ankara originates from the Celtic word Ancyra which means anchor—perhaps a strange name for a land-locked city. But, according to myth, King Midas—whose touch turned everything into gold—is buried …

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Effective immediately, Antigua and Barbuda now has a fourth investment option for those looking to invest in citizenship in the Caribbean nation. The University of the West Indies Fund offers the opportunity to receive post-secondary education at the University of the West Indies Open Campus, the fourth campus of the Anglophone Caribbean’s premier university. Applicants …

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When it comes to passports, no two are the same (even though they are all the same size). Every country is ranked differently based on a variety of factors like education opportunities, market, proximity, and investor advantages. But the challenge with ranking numbers is that—they’re just numbers. And number don’t demonstrate the complete details—and benefits—that …

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Vanuatu is an archipelago in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Even though the country is comprised over over 80 islands, it is still relatively small in terms of land mass and population. As a result, the economic make-up of Vanuatu is largely influenced by trade and commodities. In terms of exports, agricultural products like copra, cocoa, …

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Consisting of over 80 separate islands, Vanuatu is nestled in the southwest Pacific Ocean to the north of New Zealand and east of Australia. Palm trees, shockingly clear turquoise blue waters, misty volcanoes, dense jungle, and vibrant coral reefs are all part of the post-card worthy views. Of the 80+ islands, around 65 are inhabited, …

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Out with the old and in with the new! Grenada has a new CEO for their Citizenship by Investment Unit (CBIU) as well as a few changes to program options. Thomas Anthony is the new head of the CBIU for Grenada effective as of September, 2018. Mr. Anthony was previously the Deputy Chief Executive Officer …

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Named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse, Saint Lucia is the only country in the world named after a woman—perhaps an auspicious marker of the year that was and the year that will be for this tiny Caribbean nation. For such a small country, 2017 was a remarkably good year in Saint Lucia. From booming tourism …

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St. Kitts and Nevis has long been regarded as having one of the most successful and most emulated citizenship by investment programs in the world. After all, it is the Pioneer of the CBI Program since 1984. Recently, two new options were introduced under the CBI program that will ensure this reputation will continue to …

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Nicknamed ‘the Spice Isle’, Grenada is a small Caribbean nation that’s really heating things up. In 2017, the island was named the Caribbean Destination of the Year by Caribbean Journal and judging by the tourism numbers, people are paying attention. If the first few months are any indication, 2018 is on track to be another …

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