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the Rolls-Royce of Citizenship Investment Programs

Mon, 2015-08-31 11:45 -- admin

After a systematic benchmarking, conducted by Henley & Partners, using objective and scientific methodology, and taking into account a wide range of factors such as residence requirements, quality of living, tax, risk and compliance issues, Malta’s Individual Investor Programme (IIP) has proven to be among the best offered in the world.

According to the government of Malta, the country’s attractions include a high standard of living, a stable political system and robust economy. Applicants to the IIP are required to invest a minimum of 350,000 euros in a property for at least five years, or to rent a residential immovable property in Malta for a period of five years, at an annual rent of at least 16,000 euros. Other requirements include contributing 650,000 euros to Malta’s National Development and Social Fund. Citizenship acquired through the IIP offers visa-free travel to more than 160 countries and the right of work and establishment in all 28 EU countries. To date the IIP has drawn more than 1 billion euros in committed investments to Malta, and received more than 700 applicants since its launch in 2014. 

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