Chestertons Global Citizenship
Since the inception of Citizenship-by-Investment in 2012, the trend of obtaining another Residency or Citizenship has steadily grown and become a necessity for those looking to secure their future or increase global mobility, not only for themselves but for generations to come.
Given the increased Program availability and jurisdictions available our clients can access true diversity in terms of capital placement, tax efficiency, and long-term wealth preservation.
With the ability to access global education, medical care, and business infrastructure the accessing of both Residence and Citizenship by Investment has become commonplace for the globally minded.
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We ensure the chosen jurisdiction and solution provided are tailored to our client’s specific needs. Whether that be through building a Passport and Residence Portfolio or simply ensuring the correct Program is selected based on each client’s specified needs.
We continue to approach this in the same client-centric manner Chestertons has always done, since 1805.
Frequently Asked Questions
This depends on the specific Program chosen but generally Caribbean Citizenship can be obtained in 4-6 months, EU Residence between 3 and 8 months. We do often see certain Programs turned around in as little as 2 months.
When applying for certain Citizenship options one can apply via donation or primarily real estate investment for a legislated timeline. Options start from USD 100,000 and again dependent on the Program can be north of EUR 1,000,000.
Yes, many Programs allow for not only the inclusion of applicant’s spouse and children but both parents and grandparents as well.
Yes, real estate investment is the legislated investment option across the majority of Programs across the Caribbean, Europe and Turkey.
Yes, in fact this has been increasingly popular and many applicants choose to not simply gain second Citizenship in one of the chosen Caribbean CBI’s but compliment this with an EU Permanent Residence option.
This varies from Program to Program, in the case of Caribbean Citizenship visiting would not be required to have your Passport granted. However, when applying for European Residence a biometric visit is usually mandatory and, in some cases, a minimal annual stay but again this is very nominal.