Henley & Partners in the Press

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South China Morning Post Logo

EU members consider selling residency to attract wealthy Chinese

Financially troubled EU countries are reaching out to wealthy foreigners - particularly from China.

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MaltaToday Logo

Austria and Cyprus have no residency requirements

Henley & Partners say that the PN's judicial protest doesn’t make any sense and calls for a mature political debate.

 

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ArabianBusiness.com Logo

Running the race debate

“Where do you come from?” is one of the most common questions I am asked and answer on an almost daily basis while living in Dubai as an expat.

 

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Become European for one million Euros

Hay pocas cosas que los más ricos del mundo no puedan comprar. Y desde hace pocos meses hay dos menos: la nacionalidad y la...

 

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Al Arabiya News Channel Logo

$1.55 million passport? Malta thinks it's worth it

Citizenship to the country of Malta is now up for sale – with a hefty price tag.

 

 

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The Independent

Passports for profit

A British company will sell European Union passports to tycoons and celebrities ranging from a former Formula One world champion to a Chinese billionaire.

 

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BBC News Europe Logo

Malta tightens passport sale terms under EU pressure

Malta has bowed to EU pressure over its controversial new passport scheme for...

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Le Monde Diplomatique Logo

Citizens by choice

Naturalisation, and the holding of dual nationality, used to be suspect: where did the new citizens' loyalities lie, espacially in times of conflict? But in a world of...

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CNN Logo

EU citizenship for sale

The government of the small Mediterranean island of Malta recently announced proposals to start selling citizenship of its nation to foreigners for €650,000 (about $888,000).

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Financial Times Logo

Malta passport sale puts UK under pressure

UK ministers are under growing pressure to intervene against plans by the island of Malta to sell EU passports for €650,000, allowing...

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Neue Zürcher Zeitung Logo

Passende Geschäfte

Citizenship is considered part of a person's identity. But now Malta sells EU-passports. A global trend: Nowadays, the global citizen chooses and buys the citizenship that best suits him.

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The Independent Logo

Access (almost) all areas

Holders of a UK passport are able to visit 173 of the world's nations while Afghans can visit only 28 countries free of formalities.

 

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