Citizenship by Investment and Second Passport Dominica

EU approves Schengen visa waiver for Dominica

We are excited to announce that the European Commission has approved the Schengen Visa Waiver for the Commonwealth of Dominica (visa-free travel to Schengen countries for a 90 day stay) effective May 28 2015. “The agreement provides for visa-free travel for the citizens of the European Union and for the citizens of Dominica when travelling to […]

Citizenship by Investment St Kitts and Nevis

Prime Minister Harris Confirms Support for St Kitts Citizenship by Investment Program

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Timothy Harris has recently reaffirmed his commitment to the country’s Citizenship by Investment program (CBI). Recent efforts have been made by the St Kitts government to ensure that the necessary action is taken to reassure the governments of other countries such as the United States, Canada […]

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Kamali & Partners Sponsor Fundraiser for Refugees

Erbil, Kurdistan – March 9th Kamali & Partners was proud to sponsor the first ever Night to Give Back Gala Dinner and Charity Event at Divan Hotel. The SEED Foundation hosted the dinner event featuring the Prime Minister H.E. Nechirvan Barzani as the keynote speaker and performances by Karwan Kamal and Chopy Fatah. Proceeds will support SEED’s women’s refugee […]

Economic Citizenship and Second Passport Grenada

Grenada removes age restriction for dependant parents

The Government of Grenada announced parents and grandparents of the principal applicant and spouse may apply as dependents on the application if they can prove that they live with, and are financially dependent upon, the principal applicant. There is no longer a minimum age requirement for the parents/grandparents. The Grenada Program has a 2-3 months processing time, […]

Dominica Second Passport and Citizenship

Dominica removes interview requirement

The Government of Dominica announced there is no longer a mandatory interview requirement under the Dominica Economic Citizenship Program. They Government may, however, request certain applicants attend an interview at their discretion. Download the Program Brochure! Check out our Dominica Program Brochure to learn all about Dominica, the investment options, what to expect during the application […]

Second Passport Program Canada

Canada reopens Parent and Grandparent Program January 2015

Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister announced that the Parent and Grandparent Program  will re-open on January 2nd 2015. The Minister highlighted the success of the Program, stating that Canada has welcomed more than 70,000 parents and grandparents since 2012. This represents the highest level of Parent and Grandparent admissions in nearly two decades. Thanks to […]

Citizenship by Investment Canada

Quebec Investor Program reopens January 2015

On December 16, 2014, it was confirmed that the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program will reopen on January 19, 2015. The new approach of assigning a quota to each qualified financial intermediary should result in higher quality files and is expected to increase the acceptance rate of the program. The minister has signed a decree to […]

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Canada announces new Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

On December 16, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada announced the details of the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program which is set to open January 2015. The Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program is part of an ongoing set of changes that emphasize the Government’s commitment to build a fast and flexible economic immigration system by attracting experienced business immigrants who […]

Hungary Visa and Residency

Hungary increases investment requirement

On December 16, 2014, the Hungarian government announced that the investment requirement for the Investor Residency Bond Program will increase from €250,000 to €300,000 effective January 1, 2015. Also effective January 1, 2015, the application fee will increase to between €55,000 and €65,000, depending on the applicants country of origin and size of the family.

Economic Citizenship Antigua

Antigua stops accepting applicants from select countries

The Government of Antigua has decided that nationals from the following countries will no longer be accepted: Afghanistan Iran Iraq North Korea Somalia Yemen Only nationals of the above countries who are lawful permanent residents in Canada, UK and USA will be allowed to apply. The Government of Antigua has said, “The Cabinet of Antigua […]