10 Countries That Sell Their Passports in 2023 | Summary and Q&A

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10 Countries That Sell Their Passports in 2023

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This content discusses 10 countries around the world that offer citizenship in exchange for an investment, including the requirements, costs, and benefits of each program.

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Q: What are the requirements for obtaining citizenship in St. Kitts and Nevis?

To obtain citizenship in St. Kitts and Nevis, you can either donate $150,000 to their sustainable growth fund or invest in real estate worth $200,000 or more.

Q: Can you sell the real estate investment in Grenada?

Yes, if you invest in real estate worth $220,000 or more in Grenada, you can sell it in the future to potentially recoup your investment.

Q: What is the advantage of obtaining citizenship in Dominica?

The advantage of obtaining citizenship in Dominica is the visa-free access to countries like China, which is quite difficult for many passports to obtain.

Q: How much do you need to invest in Antigua and Barbuda to apply for citizenship?

To apply for citizenship in Antigua and Barbuda, you can either donate $100,000 to their national development fund or invest in real estate worth $200,000 or more.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: Donation of $150,000 to their sustainable growth fund or real estate investment starting at $200,000.

  • Grenada: Donation of $150,000 to their national transformation fund or real estate investment starting at $220,000.

  • Dominica: Donation of $100,000 to their economic development fund or real estate investment starting at $200,000.

  • Antigua and Barbuda: Donation of $100,000 to their national development fund or real estate investment starting at $200,000.

  • St. Lucia: Donation of $100,000 to their national economic fund or real estate investment starting at $300,000.

  • Malta: Investment of around $1 million, including a donation and property purchase/rental.

  • Turkey: Real estate investment worth $400,000 or more, fixed capital contribution of $500,000 or more, or depositing $500,000 or more into a Turkish bank account.

  • Montenegro: Real estate investment starting at $250,000 or $450,000, with additional government fees.

  • North Macedonia: Investment of $200,000 into an investment fund, although no one has received citizenship yet.

  • Jordan: Investment of $1 million into the central bank for at least three years.

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