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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. How to  Apply For A Dual Citizenship, Residency, or Immigration Program?

  2. What to Prepare For the Consultation?

  3. Which Program is the Best for You?

  1. What is a Dual Residency?

  2. What is Residency by Investment?

  3. Reasons to apply for a Dual Residency

  1. What is Dual Nationality/Dual Citizenship/Dual Passport?

  2. What does Citizenship by Investment mean?

  3. Reasons to Apply for Dual Citizenship

  1. What is Immigration?

  2. Reasons to apply for Immigration

  3.  List of Countries that offer Immigration by Investment

  1. How to know, if you are eligible for dual citizenship/dual passport/dual residency?

  2. What criteria do governments use to determine who will be accepted?

  3. What if I get rejected?

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COMMON QUESTIONS

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CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM

1. How to apply for a dual citizenship, residency, or immigration program?

The first thing you should know, that application should be done ONLY through Govermantally authorized agencies, which specialize in dual citizenship, dual residency, and immigration programs. Relocate Global has been authorized by governmental citizenship and residency investment programs for many years, we had successfully proceeded with numerous applications for our clients. In order to improve our system, we constantly upgrade the program's procedure. Contact us any moment, and get a free consultation with our specialists, who will provide you with more in-depth information. 

2. What to prepare for the consultation?

If you already know which country or program you want, then our consultants will help you with a more detailed explanation of the process, required documents and explain all pros and cons of your choice. On the other hand, we can help you with program and country recommendations, depending on our clients' goals, needs & budget. During the first meeting, it is advised to specify which objectives you want to achieve, or which problems you want to avoid. All you need to do is just come and discuss all the information with Relocate Global specialists.

3. Which program is the best for you?

Each program has so many benefits and it is easy to get lost while making decisions. We recommend, that you start with the identification of your objectives from the program. After, decide, what is the timeline that you have for this process and what budget are you ready to spend.  Take into consideration, what will be your future plans, where the program should benefit you. Is it easier traveling solutions, a better tax regime, or overall improvement in your life? Decide whether you want to live in the chosen place, or just have a passport? Answering all these questions will be enough for you and us, to choose you a suitable program & country. 

1. What is Dual Nationality/Dual Citizenship/Dual Passport?

Dual Nationality, Dual Citizenship, Dual Passport, or numerous citizenships identifies as the situation where an individual (or family of individuals) is simultaneously a legal citizen and/or resident of  2 or more countries. Important note! In some countries, dual citizenship maybe not be possible, so it needs to be verified with your country if the other citizenship is allowed. The confirmation of citizenship status should be done prior to the program application.

2. What does Citizenship by Investment mean?

In world practice, citizenship by investment refers to a type of citizenship law in which the main criteria are generally an investment in the country's economy, in return to these, the investor is eligible to receive citizenship, passport & other citizenship priveledges. This citizenship category has the advantage of obtaining citizenship status faster than regular immigration processes, with minimal or no physical residency requirements.

3. Reasons to apply for dual citizenship

Dula Citizenship provides direct access for a better and more secure lifestyle, solving the issues of your current nationality. You will have an opportunity to do business in a more stable economical environment, with simultaneous advantages of better healthcare & education systems. Your traveling will have no boundaries, and your opportunities in life will be limitless. 

4. List of Countries, which offer Citizenship by Investment

Nowadays, there are several countries that are giving citizenship in return for investments, they include (but are not limited to): Cyprus, Malta, Turkey, Montenegro, Vanuatu, St. Kitts & Nevis, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia.

5. What are the benefits of Dual Citizenship for a family?

Family Dual Citizenship grants you an opportunity to have stability & security as a group of relatives. You share the same access to a better healthcare system, advanced education, and solid financial structure. 

 
 
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RESIDENCY QUESTIONS

1. What is a Dual Residency?

Dual Residency is one that the applicant has earned in a nation other than his or her primary or present residence. A large number of nations let citizens or residents have several residences and make use of all of them.

2. What is Residency by Investment?

Residency by Investment refers to a type of residency law that permits foreign nationals to gain legal residency in a country by investing in a government-approved industry. The difference between a Residency by Investment and a residency earned via a traditional method is that the presence by investment requires little or no actual residency.

3. Reasons to apply for Dual Residency

Having a second residency has a number of advantages, including the freedom to live and work in two countries and the capacity to travel more easily between them. Dual residents benefit from both countries' perks and privileges; they may work in either country without a visa or work permit, and they can receive education in universities of both or either nations where they live.

4. List of countries that offer Residency by Investment

Currently, countries that offer Residency by Investment include Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Malta among others.

5. What are the benefits of Dual Residency for a family?

When a family obtains a dual residency, they profit in a variety of ways. A group of relatives will have access to the healthcare system and colleges as well as career possibilities that can be unapproachable for your first country.

 
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IMMIGRATION PROGRAMS

1. What is Immigration by Investment?

Immigration by Investment programs is a distinct type of immigration that allows people to become residents in the countries,  that have this program. Countries for immigration are known as great fundament for business relocation, stable economy contributes to the growth and improvement of your career.  That also makes them an appealing choice for entrepreneurs who want to get better access to international markets while also benefiting from the rules and services of the particular country.

2. Reasons to apply for Immigration by Investment

An Immigration by Investment program may be an ideal option if you have a flourishing business but find that the local market limits its development. These programs are aimed at company owners and individuals who are creative and motivated, and they provide affordable options for expanding your firm or business concept overseas.

3. List of Countries that offer Immigration by Investment

The United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and the United States are among the countries that provide immigration by investment.

5. What are the benefits of Immigration by Investment for a family?

Immigration by Investment allows a group of relatives to migrate effortlessly and in a shorter amount of time.  As in the other cases, you will get access to secure healthcare, education & economically stable systems. This program can promote your business in an existing reliable market. 

 
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QUALIFICATION & CONDITIONS FOR PROGRAMS APPLICATION

2. What criteria do governments use to determine who will be accepted?

In order to secure the program, most governments work with Legally Authorized Due-Diligence Agencies & Law Firms.  These companies check different sources of information that are available publicly, to confirm the applicant's identity and the information that he/she/they provide.  The acceptance procedure includes, but is not limited to verification of personal documents, such as birth certificate, company licenses, income source and etc. Another step in the application eligibility is an international check of criminal records.  After all these verifications are combined in the Due Diligence Report, based on which the government will make the decision. 

3. What if the application is rejected?

Relocate Global has a 0% rejection record.  Our company manages all applications with equal consideration and protection.  All our specialists have experience working on a wide range of applications, each with its own set of circumstances. Our expertise can anticipate issues before they emerge. We undertake a FREE pre-approval check to avoid rejection possibilities. During the consultation and document admission, we build a questionnaire that can identify all possible problems.  If the application is rejected, we will provide you with recommendations for your situation improvment.

4. Who can be added to an application?

Dependents' addition to application varies by country, but in most cases, a spouse and minor children, biological or adopted, can be applied together. Dependent children above the age of 18 may also be eligible if provided requirements are met. In addition, the primary applicant's parents and, in rare cases, grandparents, as well as their spouse, can be included if they meet the conditions. During your appointment with one of our expert advisers, you can discuss who you'd want to add to your application.

5. What are the conditions to add family members?
 
When applying for citizenship, residency, or immigration via investment, it's critical to understand the rules for adding family members.

The criteria differ depending on the program you choose, and some are more accommodating than others when it comes to adding family members. Our knowledgeable advisors will walk you through the process and explain the criteria for the program that best meets your objectives.

6. What if I am a citizen of a politically unstable country?

In general, governments evaluate applicants as individuals, with their countries of origin seen as a secondary consideration. Relationships between your home country and the nation to which you intend to apply can impose limits on your application but our staff works hard to anticipate such issues and alert you to them.

7. Is it necessary for me to be fluent in the language of the nation to which I am applying?

The governments of the nations that offer these programs invite you to learn their languages and immerse yourself in their lifestyles and cultural diversity. However, if you participate in a Citizenship by Investment program, you are not obligated to learn the language if you do not choose to. But some of Residency & Immigration programs may require some basic language knowledge. 

8. Is it necessary for me to travel to the country?

The main distinguishing aspect of these programs is that they have little to no physical residence requirements, which means you don't have to visit them if you can't or don't want to. Keep in mind that some of the programs will include a physical visit or residence. If you don't want to be forced to travel, this is something to think about.

1. How to know, if you are eligible for dual citizenship/dual passport/dual residency?

Each nation has its own set of standards that an applicant must satisfy in order to be considered for citizenship or residence by investment. Being above the age of 18, having a clean criminal background, having a legal source of income, and investing in one of the government-approved alternatives are some of the most frequent requirements. Most of the conditions of citizenship and residency by investment programs are similar to those of immigration by investment programs, but letter one has extra business-related conditions to be qualified to apply.