International Vip Law Firm Helps Filipinos Obtain Global Citizenship
More high-net-worth individuals look to widen travel options with citizenship-by-investment programs.
By: Harvey Law Group
As of now, Philippines passport holder can access to around 66 country visa-free or with a visa-on-arrival, ranking the Philippines passport 74th in the world. Filipinos are required to obtain visa to travel to the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, and other developed economies. As a comparison, Cyprus nationals, with its residency program that starts at EUR 300,000 and a citizenship program starting at EUR 2,000,000, have access to over 170 countries, including Canada, Schengen, Australia and New Zealand. On the other hand. St. Kitts & Nevis passport holder, with a citizenship programs starting at USD 200,000, will grant access to over 150 countries without the need to apply for a visa. Investing into an alternative residency and nationality has never been more accessible for Filipinos through renown investment immigration programs.
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"Having a second passport is not only about the number of countries you can visit without a visa; it is also about securing your family's future. Instability within one's home-country is often a factor that influences our clients to look for an alternative passport or residency elsewhere," commented Mr. Samuel Harvey, Director of Business Development. "By example, The Commonwealth of Dominica citizenship-
Since 2017, HLG has been advising Filipinos on their investment options to attain a residency or second nationality. Quite convenient for business people and families looking to diversify, the investors can also resell their investment back after a specific holding period and keep their lifetime citizenship for themselves and their dependents, on top of all other benefits.
"HLG has been looking at Manila as an emerging market with a growing middle-income population. Our services offer alternatives to all investments commonly known and are valuable to people who seek global citizenship. We see growing trends in middle or higher-middle class families qualifying for a second citizenship. For most of them this is like joining a private club, the famous 1 percent," concluded Mr. Harvey.
For further inquiries on investment immigration opportunities, please contact Mr. Samuel Harvey, Philippines' Director of Business Development, firstname.lastname@example.org. Call (+63) 998 597 6853 or visit website www.harveylawcorporation.com
Mr. Samuel Harvey