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Opening Doors for Cameroon, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea

WCEP always listens to Africa, we are delightfully announcing our new offices in Cameroon, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. After successfully meeting expectations of our respectable clients in Africa, we continue to receive huge demands and requests from all over Africa, calling for the creation of WCEP branches in their respective national territories. Today, we are officially launching our new offices in the following countries to serve those who intend to relocate themselves in Canada, Europe, USA, UK and Caribbean Countries.…

Hello Lagos! We Are Proud to Announce Our New Branch in Lagos

WCEP got a huge number of requests from Lagos public to open our branch in Lagos and here we go, after a deep study of demand in Lagos, we are delighted to announce the expansion of our successfully accomplishing services with the launch of our new office in Lagos, located at No 26b Abike Suleiman St, Beside Dowen College, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos – Nigeria.  The VIPs and delegations from different countries were part of our official opening the office…

Cyprus to strip 26 people of citizenship acquired under investment programme

Cyprus is to strip 26 people of their golden passports acquired under an investment scheme after “mistakes” were made, Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides announced on Thursday. Petrides, who spoke to reporters after a Cabinet meeting, did not disclose the names or nationalities of those concerned but said that they included people cited in recent media reports. The small Mediterranean island has had a citizenship for investment scheme since 2013 allowing wealthy non-European individuals to get a foothold in the European…

Boris Johnson: Beyond Brexit, what’s in the new PM’s in-tray?

Brexit is THE priority of Boris Johnson’s government. The new prime minister has just 99 days until the UK leaves the EU, and he faces an uphill task to secure a new deal. But it’s not the only demand on Mr Johnson’s time. One criticism of Theresa May’s time in Number 10 is that other important decisions that affected the future of the UK were put on hold because Brexit became all-consuming. But these nagging priorities have not gone away. So…

Malta IIP Passes €1bn in Revenue, Has Turned Down €250m Due to High Rejection Rates

Malta’s Office of the Regulator of the Individual Investor Programme (ORiip) today published its fifth annual report on the country’s citizenship by investment program. All told, the MIIP has now raised more than one billion euros since inception and could have made at least €250 more, were it not for its exceptionally high rates of rejection. Application volume cooling off The MIIP raised a total of €260,575,430 between July 1st, 2017 and June 30th, 2018. The lion’s share – north of €162 million…

Brexit and Investment Migration to the UK

The UK continues to be an attractive destination for high-net-worth individuals. The state’s practice of welcoming talent and investment from overseas has led to the creation of a diverse and culturally rich society which appeals to those seeking not only tax efficiency, but political stability, excellent educational opportunities and the benefits that flow from the UK’s tradition of upholding the rule of law. The UK’s immigration policy is, however, in a state of flux. This emanates, most notably, from the…

WCEP always listens to Africa, we are delightfully announcing our new offices in Cameroon, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. After successfully meeting expectations of our respectable clients in Africa, we continue to receive huge demands and requests from all over Africa, calling for the creation of WCEP branches in their respective national territories.

Today, we are officially launching our new offices in the following countries to serve those who intend to relocate themselves in Canada, Europe, USA, UK and Caribbean Countries.

  • Relocation gives you the freedom and opens the doors worldwide to travel,
  • Conduct a business and enjoy financial security,
  • Secure the future of your children and avail them with the world's best medical and high educational standard facilities,
  • Ability to travel worldwide visa-free or visa on arrival convenience.

WCEP officially inaugurated its branch offices in the presence of the VIP personnel in the Administrative and Economic cities of:

  1. Douala & Yaounde, Cameroon
  2. Libreville, Gabon
  3. Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Note: Due to advent covid-19 crises situation, our international delegations were unable to attend the opening, but we are sure to have them for a re-opening once the situation regains stability.

The new offices will incorporate our firm’s ever-expanding Consultation and Business Investment Opportunities.

Consultation Executives will always be available in the offices and will be joined by Legal Assistants, as well as Secretarial/Administrative Assistants. Our Sr. Immigration Consultants, Chief Executives of the Company, as well as our International Attaches will also be visiting these offices from time to time to ensure the high-quality services and to look into complex matters that will enhance the ideals of the Company.

Our Managing Director’s message is “We are all thrilled about the impending launch of our new offices. We have many existing clients whose needs will be better attended to through WCEP newly created branches across these different nations.”