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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…

Increase of EB-5 Investment From $500,000 to $900,000

The Office of the Management and Budget has completed its review of the proposed changes to the minimum investment into the EB-5 investor program. The Department of Homeland Security had proposed an increase from $500,000 to $900,000 for investments in Targeted Employment Areas (TEA) and from $1 million to $1.8 million for non-targeted employment areas. Called the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Modernization and initiated on January 13, 2017 the final step now is in publishing it as the final rule in the…

Good News! World Citizens Equity Partners Launched New Office in Port Harcourt

We are delighted to announce the expansion of our successfully accomplishing services with the launch of our new office Port Harcourt branch, located at No 4 Woji Road – GRA phase 2 Port Harcourt – Nigeria.  The VIPs and delegations from different countries were part of our official opening the office at its launch. The new office will incorporate our firm’s ever-expanding Consultation and Business Investment Opportunities. Consultation Executives will be always available in the office and will be joined…

World Citizen Equity Partners’ Initiative for the People Effected by Hurricane Dorian

September 2019 has been a difficult start for many in The Bahamas and along the eastern seaboard of the United States. Hurricane Dorian checked in and never checked out of the Bahamas until 13% of the homes in the entire population were destroyed. Abaco and Grand Bahama suffered the worst with scores of lives lost and many still yet accounted for. As a result, families and construction timeline remain unscathed. Our relief is tempered by the discomfort of others and…