Some of the most frequent questions we get at Shorex are about the requirements each country has in order to get a second passport via citizenship. We find that our clients sometimes overlook the difference between being a citizen and a resident, and the residency requirements of some countries for citizenship. In some cases, in…Details
People spend time abroad for a number of reasons: for business, retirement, familial or individual needs. But whatever the reasons, one important part of becoming an Expat is staying in touch with those loved ones still living in your home country. With the range of technology now available, communication between countries is becoming easier and…Details
We’re very proud to introduce our new Visa or No Visa tool. This application allows you to view an interactive map of the world. By clicking on any parts of the map, or on a country listed to the side, you can discover which countries you can travel to visa free, which countries you can…Details
Acquiring a second citizenship or a new residence could be an opportunity to learn a new language, grow your brain and become a true global citizen. Whether you are moving to another country for pleasure or business, this article looks at how and why learn a new language…
This article looks at the difference between the concepts of Citizenship, Passport, Residency and Golden Visa. When looking into investment programmes to become a citizen and obtain a second passport, or apply for resident in a country, keep in mind that these terms all mean different things, so it is important to understand the differences…
This is to inform you that from 2nd February 2016, the law and regulations regarding Permanent Residency have been amended and will be in force as from Monday, 08/02/2016. In general terms, the changes are the following:
The subject of economic citizenship is becoming increasingly popular and more and more HNWIs are applying for their second passports in various jurisdictions. Over the last three years a number of the Caribbean countries: Antigua, Grenada, Dominica and St Lucia introduced their citizenship by investment programmes.
Currently Greece offers the cheapest residency by investment programme in Europe. This is not a surprise as the country is trying to attract as much foreign investment as possible. A minimum investment amount of €250,000 in the local real estate market grants the investor a residency in the country.
Many people know or can easily find out that Saint Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island nation situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It’s known for cloud-shrouded mountains and beaches. Many of its former sugar plantations are now inns or atmospheric ruins. The larger of the 2 islands, Saint Kitts, is dominated by…Details
The real estate market in Cyprus has evolved over the years. Like many other cities in the world Limassol and Paphos have their share of ugly buildings built in the seventies. The good news that there is a new generation of properties, which can compete with the world’s top quality apartments. Built to the high…Details