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Residency by investment

Residency by Investment(RBI)

Residency by investment is a popular way for investors to gain their second permanent residency for themselves and their families. It usually cost less than the other more expensive ‘citizenship by investment’ route. Both pathways do have their pros and cons. 

There are some restrictive countries that do not allow dual or multiple citizenships. Residents from these countries will usually go by the RBI route to obtain their 2nd country residency, ensuring security, freedom, and more opportunities for their loved ones.

Below are 2 types of residency by investment:

Residency With Physical Presence Required

Once you obtain residency for the below countries, investors will be required to physically migrate to that country as residents.

This program is ideal for investors who are ready to relocate for better career prospects, wanting a change in lifestyle and environment. Another popular reason for families to migrate to these countries is for their children education and future.

Residency Without Physical Presence Required

After securing residency for the below countries, Investors will not be required to physically migrate to that country as residents. Investors can opt to migrate to that country of choice or to remain in home country while keeping the residency.

This program is ideal for investors who are not ready to move yet but wanting a 2nd country residency handy on hand for the “just in case” situations.