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Here you'll find basic information about business immigration programs in various countries, about most popular offshore solutions and learn how we can use our team's experience and expertise to assist you in reaching your desired goals.
Our experienced team of professionals with the full support of locally licensed lawyers in all our destinations will assist you from start of your project through it's satisfactory completion. We'll take it from your idea, define the roadmap, design the plan, execute it and deliver you desired results. All in timely, highly professional and strictly confidential manner.
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It depends from personal preferences, needs and expectations - for some it is Canada, for some USA, UK or New Zealand and for others it may be Uruguay or any country out of more than 2 dozens of popular destinations. It is impossible and would be both, unwise and unethical, to tell which is the best country for a particular person without first assessing person's circumstances, reasons for emigration, preferences, short and long term needs and expectations as well as his or her's financial abilities.
It depends from the country, the immigration program applied under and time of residence in the country. Most countries require accumulation of certain number of years of residency (usually between 3 to 10 years) as permanent resident before immigrant can apply for citizenship and subsequently the passport. There are only 2 legal and internationally recognized direct citizenship-by-investment programs currently in existence - programs offered by Dominica and by St. Kitts & Nevis. Both countries have no requirement for any prior residency and qualified candidates can directly apply for the citizenship, without first becoming a permanent residents and without any residency requirements - you can have their passport usually within few months from the application date.
Permanent residency is a permit to live permanently and work in the host country, with most of rights of citizens, but without a right to vote or work in certain jobs reserved for citizens. Most countries that offer permanent residency programs require immigrant to physically reside in the country for certain number of days (or years) within every prescribed period of time to keep the permanent resident status as well as to meet strict residency obligations before permanent residents are eligible to apply for citizenship. The permanent residency status may be lost or revoked if conditions required to maintain such status are not met. On the other hand the citizenship gives the person all the rights of naturally born citizen, full freedom within country's rules, without any further residency obligation and is unconditional, granted for life.
In some countries yes, in others not. Many countries recognize dual or multiple citizenship, but there are several countries not allowing dual citizenship and requiring renunciation of current citizenship before being granted their citizenship.
We at amillerinc.com have well qualified, experienced, locally licensed and authorized lawyers in each destination country representing our clients' legal interest in their immigration and citizenship proceedings.