Henley & Partners in the Press

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Hero scholar sends her thanks from Canada

The highly coveted Halo Hero Humanitarian Award has been bestowed on a young scholar from Christ the King High School (CKHS) who has expressed her delight from Canada where she… 

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How Dual Citizenship Can Define Your Future

In recent years, an increasing number of wealthy individuals are acquiring a second or third passport to gain greater freedom and improve control of their future. To acquire true peace of mind, they realise that not only… 

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Germany has the world's most powerful passport

If you're British or American, you might think you have the most powerful passport in the world. But an index by British immigration… 

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Secure your future and become a Global Citizen

Unsettling recent world events such the attempted Turkish coup, French terror attacks, and Brexit have led to a sharp increase in the number of individuals looking to acquire a second or… 

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It’s becoming known as the “Brexodus.”

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union–“Brexit”–has inspired a global exodus...

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New Global Index ranks the Quality of our Nationalities

Wealthy property buyers have learnt how to maximize the value of their international real estate acquisitions by connecting them to… 

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PHL’s richest availing of property investments in Portugal, Malta

WHILE the Philippines, aided by the continued growth of the real-estate sector and other industries...

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British passport loses its shine after Brexit

There is now a possibility where South Africans with a British passport could lose out on the privileges of living and working in Europe...

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‘Citizenship is inherently unjust’ says passport king Christian Kalin

Scarcity is a fundamental economic problem. And freedom of movement, for some very rich people, is one such scarce right they are willing to pay over €1 million for. Christian Kalin of Henley & Partners is the man who made it possible

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When it comes to passports, it pays to be German

FEW things in life can be as frustrating as applying for a Russian visa. First there is a never-ending form: a list of all the countries...

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Buy This Passport

Most of us don't think of citizenship as a product. It's something more: It's part of who you are. In this show, we look at what...

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World's best and worst passports revealed

When it comes to crossing international frontiers, there's one travel document that opens more doors than any other.

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