MundiPass

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Global relocation

We provide effective support and assistance to our clients in any negotiations with immigration authorities, assist in the development of efficient long-term investment strategy and provide full legal assistance with immigration matters.

However, there are different programmes, offering residence permit or a second passport on the grounds of investment. Find out more regarding main types of business investment programmes below.

Residence permit

A residence permit is a public ID document (often a plastic card or a sticker), entitling its holder to enter and reside in the country. Usually it allows a foreign citizen to reside in a country for a fixed or indefinite period of time. Residence permit may be issued with employment permit or without it. Two major types of a residence permit are temporary residency and permanent residency. There is a different practice of residence permit application in each jurisdiction worldwide.

Some countries offer residence for investment, to those seeking for an opportunity to relocate or expand their business. Even though MundiPass offers numerous programmes in multiple jurisdictions, the main ways to apply for a residence permit include:

There are numerous benefits a residence permit can offer, such as:

The only differences there are between residence permit and citizenship in most of the countries is the right to vote and be elected.

Contact us now to discover more about residence permit global opportunities.

Second passport

A second passport (also known as second citizenship) is a citizenship granted to a person by certain jurisdiction, thus, providing him with multiple passports and citizenships. This can be used for multiple purposes, such as change of the tax residence, relocation, visa-free travel, acquiring voting rights, changing citizenship.

Second passport may be a quite convenient and valuable opportunity for those seeking freedom of movement.

Some countries offer citizenship for investment, to those seeking for an opportunity to relocate or expand their business. Even though MundiPass offers numerous programmes in multiple jurisdictions, main ways to apply for a second citizenship include:

There are numerous advantages of holding a second citizenship in comparison to a residence permit. Citizenship provides all the same benefits, however, only passport holders are entitled to vote and be elected. Also, once the passport is issued – it has no conditions for extension, while in most of the cases a residence permit requires to sustain certain conditions in order to have it extended.

Contact us now to discover more about second citizenship global opportunities.