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Countries offering CBI Programme in Caribbean provides thorough due diligence check, says Paul Singh

FeaturedCountries offering CBI Programme in Caribbean provides thorough due diligence check, says Paul Singh

Caribbean: US-based media organization Associates Times has recently organised a webinar on “Residency and Citizenship by Investment Programme” being run and offered by several nations with UK-based Citizenship advisory firm CS Global Partners on Saturday.

The Webinar spotlights the significance of the programmes and the outstanding Citizenship by Investment programmes around the globe.
The CS Global Partners was represented by CEO Micha-Rose Emmett and Director Paul Singh.

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From highlighting the recent trends that have kept the Citizenship by Investment Programme high in all the factors to provide details to the applicants seeking second citizenship, the Webinar highlights all the general queries faced by all the applicants.

Furthermore, the Webinar also highlights the benefit of the programme to applicants as well as the host country.

The discussions at the Webinar emphasised upon the options available to the applicant under CBI Programmes and added the most direct as well as straightforward path for attaining dual Citizenship.

The representatives from CS Global Partners at the Webinar disclosed that almost 13 nations are offering CBI programmes, including the Commonwealth of Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis, which they recited as the oldest as well as longest-running around the world.

During the Webinar, Micha Emmett highlighted the trends she faced during the recent decade, which has kept the CBI Programme highly desirable, she said, “I think the main thing is chaos, as soon as there is a world event or a regional event, we see an uptick of applicants coming from those regions, and it is much understood that with awareness, people realized the importance of getting access to global nations to do business and to educate children.”

Director of CS Global Partners, Paul Singh, while spotlighting the importance of economic Citizenship, he said, “CBI offers the most straightforward, clear-cut, and seamless process. They further highlighted the due-diligence process of all five Caribbean nations offering economic Citizenship, including Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia.”

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They further added that these five nations had been ranked highly in CBI Index 2021 in the Financial Times.

While noting the types of investment options available to the applicants, Micha Emmett said, “CBI Programmes generally tend to have two options that are: a non-refundable contribution that goes to the government or alternatively an investment in a real estate approved project.”

“Most of those approved projects tend to be real estate developments in some cases, specifically hotel room investments and then some islands; some countries have bonds; it depends from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but the two main ones are real estate investment and a donation investment,” she added.

Micha Emmett, while noting on whether CBI is only financially beneficial to successful applicants, the host nations also gain more advantages, in which she said, “The Citizenship by investment programme is really is a win-win solution in that the investor who is coming along and making the investment into the country and obtaining the second Citizenship as Paul rightly elucidated in terms of the benefits is also there’s an equal benefit to the country in that as I mentioned earlier about the two routes to investment.”

She further added, “The direct contribution to the government is so important because it’s non-tax revenue that comes into the country, and it’s so important in terms of building roads, building schools, building hospitals.”

“So, we’ve seen some amazing things happen through the government with the revenue that’s been raised by CBI, and, particularly a country like Dominica, it was almost saved by CBI finds when Hurricane Maria hit in 2017 and in terms of the real estate or the investment through the real estate option.”

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“It’s both a direct investment for the country because it’s building hotels, it is building housing, but there’s also an indirect opportunity for the country, and it creates employment opportunities for the people and the citizens of that country. So all in all, what’s great about working in this industry is that really we are providing a win-win solution for other parties involved,” Micha Emmett added.

In conclusion, Mr Paul added that the Citizenship By Investment programme with the thorough vetting process always provides Citizenship to reputable investors to ensure the safety and security of the country.

: US-based media organization Associates Times has recently organised a webinar on “Residency and Citizenship by Investment Programme” being run and offered by several nations with UK-based Citizenship advisory firm CS Global Partners on Saturday.

The Webinar spotlights the significance of the programmes and the outstanding Citizenship by Investment programmes around the globe.
The CS Global Partners was represented by CEO Micha-Rose Emmett and Director Paul Singh.

From highlighting the recent trends that have kept the Citizenship by Investment Programme high in all the factors to provide details to the applicants seeking second citizenship, the Webinar highlights all the general queries faced by all the applicants.

Furthermore, the Webinar also highlights the benefit of the programme to applicants as well as the host country.

The discussions at the Webinar emphasised upon the options available to the applicant under CBI Programmes and added the most direct as well as straightforward path for attaining dual Citizenship.

The representatives from CS Global Partners at the Webinar disclosed that almost 13 nations are offering CBI programmes, including the Commonwealth of Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis, which they recited as the oldest as well as longest-running around the world.

During the Webinar, Micha Emmett highlighted the trends she faced during the recent decade, which has kept the CBI Programme highly desirable, she said, “I think the main thing is chaos, as soon as there is a world event or a regional event, we see an uptick of applicants coming from those regions, and it is much understood that with awareness, people realized the importance of getting access to global nations to do business and to educate children.”

Director of CS Global Partners, Paul Singh, while spotlighting the importance of economic Citizenship, he said, “CBI offers the most straightforward, clear-cut, and seamless process. They further highlighted the due-diligence process of all five Caribbean nations offering economic Citizenship, including Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia.”

They further added that these five nations had been ranked highly in CBI Index 2021 in the Financial Times.

While noting the types of investment options available to the applicants, Micha Emmett said, “CBI Programmes generally tend to have two options that are: a non-refundable contribution that goes to the government or alternatively an investment in a real estate approved project.”

“Most of those approved projects tend to be real estate developments in some cases, specifically hotel room investments and then some islands; some countries have bonds; it depends from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but the two main ones are real estate investment and a donation investment,” she added.

Micha Emmett, while noting on whether CBI is only financially beneficial to successful applicants, the host nations also gain more advantages, in which she said, “The Citizenship by investment programme is really is a win-win solution in that the investor who is coming along and making the investment into the country and obtaining the second Citizenship as Paul rightly elucidated in terms of the benefits is also there’s an equal benefit to the country in that as I mentioned earlier about the two routes to investment.”

She further added, “The direct contribution to the government is so important because it’s non-tax revenue that comes into the country, and it’s so important in terms of building roads, building schools, building hospitals.”

“So, we’ve seen some amazing things happen through the government with the revenue that’s been raised by CBI, and, particularly a country like Dominica, it was almost saved by CBI finds when Hurricane Maria hit in 2017 and in terms of the real estate or the investment through the real estate option.”

“It’s both a direct investment for the country because it’s building hotels, it is building housing, but there’s also an indirect opportunity for the country, and it creates employment opportunities for the people and the citizens of that country. So all in all, what’s great about working in this industry is that really we are providing a win-win solution for other parties involved,” Micha Emmett added.

In conclusion, Mr Paul added that the Citizenship By Investment programme with the thorough vetting process always provides Citizenship to reputable investors to ensure the safety and security of the country.

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