Those days are gone when Cartier jewels, private jets and mega-yachts were must have accessory for the super-rich, now they are lurking over second passport accompany with elite permanent residency in a foreign country.Interestingly, there are plenty of countries offering residency and even citizenship by investment in real estate or as donation. Here are at GlobalMigrate we are compiling list of 30 countries who are offering residency and citizenship by investment.

FIJI RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $125,000

Fiji residency by investment
Fiji residency by investment

Living in sun-kissed Fiji year-round may seem like the preserve of the mega-rich but you only need to invest a minimum of $125,000 (£94k) in a property there to qualify for permanent residency, plus you get full citizenship if you live in the country for five years or more.

COLOMBIA RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $150,000

Colombia Residency by Investment
Colombia Residency by Investment

 

BRAZIL RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $160,000

Brazil Residency by Investment
Brazil Residency by Investment

 

DOMINICA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $100,000

Dominica Citizenship by Investment

 

PANAMA RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $200,000

Panama Residency by Investment
Panama Residency by Investment

VANUATU CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $200,000

Vanatu Citizenship by Investment
Vanatu Citizenship by Investment

The Pacific island nation of Vanuatu will give honorary citizenship to any qualifying foreign national who snaps up property with a value of $200,000 (£150k) or more. Processing times are extra fast and a passport can be issued within two months of approval.

DUBAI RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $272,000

Dubai Residency by Investment
Dubai Residency by Investment

If bustling Dubai is more to your taste, you’ll be pleased to learn it’s not excessively expensive to qualify for residency there. The emirate offers golden visas to foreign nationals who invest a minimum $272,000 (£204k) in property, or just $20,000 (£15k) in a business.

SAINT LUCIA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $300,000

Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment
Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment

To qualify for Saint Lucia’s investment for citizenship program, a minimum property investment of $300,000 (£226k) is required. Alternatively, a $100,000 (£75k) donation to the country’s sovereign wealth fund will rapidly secure a passport and permanent residency.

GREECE RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $300,000

Greece Residency by Investment
Greece Residency by Investment

Greece offers a residency by investment program to non-EU citizens who splash $300,000 (£225k) or more on property in the country. Successful applicants get the right to live and work in any EU country and qualify for full citizenship if they reside in Greece for seven years or longer.

LATVIA RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $327,000

Latvia Residency by Investment
Latvia Residency by Investment

Non-EU nationals who are tempted by Latvia have to buy a property worth $327,000 (£246k) or more to qualify for the country’s golden visa program. The residency permit is valid for five years and holders to become eligible for citizenship if they live in Latvia for longer than 10 years.

GRENADA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESMENT:

Minimum Investment: $205,000

Grenada Citizenship by Investment
Grenada Citizenship by Investment

Living in sun-kissed Fiji year-round may seem like the preserve of the mega-rich but you only need to invest a minimum of $125,000 (£94k) in a property there to qualify for permanent residency, plus you get full citizenship if you live in the country for five years or more.

HUNGARY RESIDENCY BY INVESTMENT:

Minimum Investment: $356,000

Hungary Residency By Investment
Hungary Residency By Investment

The Government of Hungary grants non-EU citizens residency if they spend $356,000 (£268k) or more on a property in the country. Again, they have to live in the country for a lengthy period of time to qualify for citizenship; in this case the wait is eight years.

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