Residency by Investment

As the name suggests, Residency By Investment is simply the process of obtaining permanent residency status in a foreign country by investing there. Programs offering such benefits are widely available and come with numerous advantages over standard immigration processes. While applications for citizenship or long-term visas could take years, or sometimes even months or weeks for nationals from allied nations, this new process typically lasts about six months or less before the resident can secure full residency rights overseas and live full-time outside their native country.


As well as being faster than conventional procedures, these opportunities are usually much more cost-effective too—since they involve making some kind of financial contribution towards developing local industry in exchange for permission to reside there. Permanent residents may apply for naturalization after at least five years (depending on their circumstances) but most often undertake another type of procedure alongside those which qualify them for lifelong rights abroad including holding a temporary permit and securing possession of a re-entry visa–the final stage before obtaining their travel document for life!

Visa Free Countries Travel – Residency by Investment program

How to Apply for Golden Visa UAE Programs?

A Golden Visa is an immigration program that allows wealthy individuals a residence permit in countries in return for certain investments. 

Eligibility requirements differ per country, but usually require:

– Owning the money intended for investment.

– The money being gained legally.

– Having no history of criminal records.

– Being able to sustain oneself and one’s family members during the time they intend to live in the European state.

  • Students studying abroad in Dubai are eligible for a permit too but it will depend on how they’re sponsored (either by their parents or one of the recognized universities). Those interested in obtaining visas need to be at least 18 years old and able to provide sufficient evidence as well as have enough funds; they’ll also need medical insurance coverage during the period that they reside here.

The regulations vary depending on what type of visa you want so make sure you learn about each option before deciding which one suits your needs best!

Frequently Asked Questions

No, you cannot get a green card simply by buying a house in the United States. In fact, owning property does not always give immigrants any type of visa or other immigration benefits. It is possible to apply for permanent residency in the United Kingdom after obtaining an Investor Visa: After two years – if the investor has invested £10 million or more; three years – if the investor has invested five million pounds; five years -if the investor has invested at least two million pounds
To invest in the government and receive Permanent Residency status requires at least $150,000 – but can range between $150,000- 800K CAD depending on your age or situation.
This is how foreigners obtain PR (permanent residency) through investment in a foreign land in exchange for an investment in the country’s economy. These are programs where you can literally pay a fee (usually more than $100,000) or invest in property in order to attain citizenship and a passport. Countries that fall into this category include Antigua & Barbuda, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Grenada, Dominica, Canada, and the UK.
You are eligible to receive federally-provided benefits, such as social security or education assistance. Permanent residents may apply for government-sponsored financial aid, where green card holders can attend college at the in-state or resident tuition rate if they meet the school requirements.
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