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Cyprus Passport



A Cyprus passport offers all the benefits of a European citizenship.

The Cyprus citizenship program offers the following advantages:

  • Easy and fast procedure

  • Investor must maintain only one residence worth €500,000 after 3 years

  • Dual-citizenship permitted

  • No language proficiency test

  • Visa free travel to 157 countries worldwide

  • Favorable taxation in Cyprus

  • Numerous education benefits in European universities

  • No requirements to reside in Cyprus

  • Citizenship offer to the whole family

  • Freedom to reside, work, do business, study and travel anywhere in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, and Iceland

Investment requirements to get Cypriot passport include:

  • Purchase of residential properties: the investor can buy one or more residential units of total value €2,000,000

  • Purchase of a combination (residential, commercial, land, plot, industrial, etc.) of properties: the investor must buy a residence of at least €500,000 and other properties of €2,000,000. Many investors prefer to buy a commercial building of 2 million with strong rental yield.

In both cases above, all properties may be sold after 3 years except a residence of at least €500,000.

The Cyprus passport program is considered among the best, globally. Beyond finding the suitable properties, FOX can assist in the whole process for the application of getting the passport. In other words, the investor does not need a lawyer, accountant, or other adviser, to complete the program.

 

FOX offers a one-stop shop with reasonable fees. Ask for our quotation today!

 

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