Economic Times | 20/07/2018
Designed to attract foreign investment and business, investment immigration is a win-win as the desired country gets the desired investment, job creation and a hard-working individual. While the program has seen incredible success over the past few years, this success has also brought some scrutiny and political wrangling. From documenting income in the trade free zones to facing extreme vetting in the era of protectionism to FEMA and RBI remittance regulations, the citizenship by investment has its own share of problems.Read More
NEW DELHI: The EB-5 visa route to the United States may not continue to offer a smooth ride to well-heeled Indians for long. Indian applicants are likely to breach the annual cap of 700 for the first time, according to consultants, making the once-easy-to-obtain immigrant “visa-for-cash” more elusive.Read More
You have got money and want to shift abroad? There is some good news. Many countries are offering long-term visas for high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs), if they are willing to invest Rs 3.5 crore or more. The money can be used to even buy a property.