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  1. Here's how you can get a second passport. It starts as low as $100,000 You’ve probably heard of the benefits of having a second passport or a Golden Passport. You may have friends or relatives who have started the application process. You may even have colleagues who are already golden passport holders and are enjoying the perks of having dual citizenship. But what does it really take to have one? More importantly, how much does it cost? Keep in mind that the cost of a second passport application will depend on several factors, including: chosen country, chosen investment. The benefits of each passport varies country by country. Other things to consider: The number of eligible dependents that you want to include (i.e. children, spouse, parents). In Grenada, applicants can include their siblings as dependents. Age of dependents Type of consultant/agent or law firm that you hire Professional fees of the consultant/agent or law firm Here are some of the countries that currently offer Citizenship-By-Investment programs and a simple projection of the expenses involved. Consider this as your overview and reference so you can make informed decisions when you apply for a second passport for you and your family. Cyprus Cyprus recently enhanced their program, though pricier, here are the investment options for you to get a second passport in Cyprus. An investment of at least €2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence; An investment of at least €2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; or An investment of at least €2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; and A donation of €75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and €75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation Dependent parents must also hold one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence, or hold a share of a permanent residence with a minimum value of €500,000 The investment properties may be rented out to provide income for investor The investment in real estate is still set at EUR 2M but now, it requires the applicant to hold it for at least 5 years instead of 3. The adjustments also include that the applicant makes 2 mandatory donations to designated funds of EUR 75,000.00 each. When you add up the taxes, government fees, and all real estate related transactions fees, you need to have at a budget of at least EUR 2.6M to move forward. Grenada There are 2 investment options for those who want to get their golden passports from Grenada. You can make a donation starting at USD 150,000.00 towards the direct advancement of Grenada’s economy and infrastructure. You can invest in approved real estate projects starting at USD 220,000.00. While Grenada is becoming increasingly trendy due to its new flights from the US and UK and fleet of celebrity flocking, the hospitality industry has also been booming in the past years. Known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, Grenada welcomed 528,077 stayover visitors in 2018 alone. This represents an impressive 12.90% increase in tourists from 2017 figures. If you choose the real estate option, the investment will be for Six Senses La Sagesse Grenada in which you could take your family with you. example, if a family of four is making the leap, the expected costs are somewhere near USD 305,000 plus the professional fees. If you choose the donation option and you’re taking the entire family with you, the cost of getting a second passport in Grenada is about USD 229,000 plus professional fees. Commonwealth of Dominica Compared to other Caribbean islands, Dominica is also more secluded and less crowded and you’ll enjoy its peaceful vibe. But that doesn’t mean there are no luxury resorts here. Dominica is dubbed as the Nature Island and if you want that luxury island life, this is perfect for you. That’s why the Commonwealth of Dominica has several options for those who want to get a second passport here. There are two investment options here: You can make a donation starting at USD 100,000. You can invest in real estate starting at USD 218,000. One of the most popular is the exclusive and already operational Secret Bay Resort. Let’s say you’re applying for a family for 4, the donation option would probably cost around USD 220,000 while the luxury resort investment would cost around USD 280,000 excluding the professional fees. Antigua & Barbuda If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get a second passport, Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship-by-investment program is your bet. Here are 2 opportunities: You can make a donation to the National Development Fund starting at USD 100,000. You can make an investment of USD 200,000 in one of the government-approved real estate projects. A family of four can get a second passport and therefore new citizenships for approximately USD 142,000 plus professional fees via the donation option. The real estate option in Antigua is considered a prime investment and you will need about USD 575,000. A Second Passport Is The Investment Of A Lifetime Quite literally, if you’re getting new citizenship, you really are making an investment of a lifetime. There are myriads of reasons why investing in a second passport could be beneficial for an applicant and his/her family. HLG, Asia’s Pioneer In Citizenship-By-Investment Programs Established in 1992, HLG is one of the world’s leading investment immigration law firms to become an authorized agent duly representing all citizenship-by-investment programs. Harvey Law Group (HLG) is a multinational law firm specializing in corporate law and investment immigration, with a worldwide reputation for representing high-profile clients and corporations. HLG was awarded the Immigration Law Firm of The Year at the Annual Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards in 2014 and 2017. As Asia’s pioneer in investment immigration, HLG has notably been offering immigration services for over 28 years. HLG is headquartered in Hong Kong, with 21 offices worldwide including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and more. Currently, HLG offers residency and citizenship-by-investment programs to 23 countries and counting. For further inquiries or investment immigration program opportunities, please contact HLG Managing Partner, Mr. Bastien Trelcat, btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com or Ms. Krittiya Keeratiyut, Office Director kkeeratiyut@harveylawcorporation.com Call +6626701848 or visit www.harveylawcorporation.com or FB: https://www.facebook.com/HLGThailand/ or YouTube: Harvey Law Group Global Official
  2. Here's how you can get a second passport. It starts as low as $100,000 You’ve probably heard of the benefits of having a second passport or a Golden Passport. You may have friends or relatives who have started the application process. You may even have colleagues who are already golden passport holders and are enjoying the perks of having dual citizenship. But what does it really take to have one? More importantly, how much does it cost? Keep in mind that the cost of a second passport application will depend on several factors, including: chosen country, chosen investment. The benefits of each passport varies country by country. Other things to consider: The number of eligible dependents that you want to include (i.e. children, spouse, parents). In Grenada, applicants can include their siblings as dependents. Age of dependents Type of consultant/agent or law firm that you hire Professional fees of the consultant/agent or law firm Here are some of the countries that currently offer Citizenship-By-Investment programs and a simple projection of the expenses involved. Consider this as your overview and reference so you can make informed decisions when you apply for a second passport for you and your family. Cyprus Cyprus recently enhanced their program, though pricier, here are the investment options for you to get a second passport in Cyprus. An investment of at least €2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence; An investment of at least €2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; or An investment of at least €2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; and A donation of €75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and €75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation Dependent parents must also hold one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence, or hold a share of a permanent residence with a minimum value of €500,000 The investment properties may be rented out to provide income for investor The investment in real estate is still set at EUR 2M but now, it requires the applicant to hold it for at least 5 years instead of 3. The adjustments also include that the applicant makes 2 mandatory donations to designated funds of EUR 75,000.00 each. When you add up the taxes, government fees, and all real estate related transactions fees, you need to have at a budget of at least EUR 2.6M to move forward. Grenada There are 2 investment options for those who want to get their golden passports from Grenada. You can make a donation starting at USD 150,000.00 towards the direct advancement of Grenada’s economy and infrastructure. You can invest in approved real estate projects starting at USD 220,000.00. While Grenada is becoming increasingly trendy due to its new flights from the US and UK and fleet of celebrity flocking, the hospitality industry has also been booming in the past years. Known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, Grenada welcomed 528,077 stayover visitors in 2018 alone. This represents an impressive 12.90% increase in tourists from 2017 figures. If you choose the real estate option, the investment will be for Six Senses La Sagesse Grenada in which you could take your family with you. example, if a family of four is making the leap, the expected costs are somewhere near USD 305,000 plus the professional fees. If you choose the donation option and you’re taking the entire family with you, the cost of getting a second passport in Grenada is about USD 229,000 plus professional fees. Commonwealth of Dominica Compared to other Caribbean islands, Dominica is also more secluded and less crowded and you’ll enjoy its peaceful vibe. But that doesn’t mean there are no luxury resorts here. Dominica is dubbed as the Nature Island and if you want that luxury island life, this is perfect for you. That’s why the Commonwealth of Dominica has several options for those who want to get a second passport here. There are two investment options here: You can make a donation starting at USD 100,000. You can invest in real estate starting at USD 218,000. One of the most popular is the exclusive and already operational Secret Bay Resort. Let’s say you’re applying for a family for 4, the donation option would probably cost around USD 220,000 while the luxury resort investment would cost around USD 280,000 excluding the professional fees. Antigua & Barbuda If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get a second passport, Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship-by-investment program is your bet. Here are 2 opportunities: You can make a donation to the National Development Fund starting at USD 100,000. You can make an investment of USD 200,000 in one of the government-approved real estate projects. A family of four can get a second passport and therefore new citizenships for approximately USD 142,000 plus professional fees via the donation option. The real estate option in Antigua is considered a prime investment and you will need about USD 575,000. A Second Passport Is The Investment Of A Lifetime Quite literally, if you’re getting new citizenship, you really are making an investment of a lifetime. There are myriads of reasons why investing in a second passport could be beneficial for an applicant and his/her family. HLG, Asia’s Pioneer In Citizenship-By-Investment Programs Established in 1992, HLG is one of the world’s leading investment immigration law firms to become an authorized agent duly representing all citizenship-by-investment programs. Harvey Law Group (HLG) is a multinational law firm specializing in corporate law and investment immigration, with a worldwide reputation for representing high-profile clients and corporations. HLG was awarded the Immigration Law Firm of The Year at the Annual Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards in 2014 and 2017. As Asia’s pioneer in investment immigration, HLG has notably been offering immigration services for over 28 years. HLG is headquartered in Hong Kong, with 21 offices worldwide including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and more. Currently, HLG offers residency and citizenship-by-investment programs to 23 countries and counting. For further inquiries or investment immigration program opportunities, please contact HLG Managing Partner, Mr. Bastien Trelcat, btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com or Ms. Krittiya Keeratiyut, Office Director kkeeratiyut@harveylawcorporation.com Call +6626701848 or visit www.harveylawcorporation.com or FB: https://www.facebook.com/HLGThailand/ or YouTube: Harvey Law Group Global Official
  3. Here's how you can get a second passport. It starts as low as $100,000 You’ve probably heard of the benefits of having a second passport or a Golden Passport. You may have friends or relatives who have started the application process. You may even have colleagues who are already golden passport holders and are enjoying the perks of having dual citizenship. But what does it really take to have one? More importantly, how much does it cost? Keep in mind that the cost of a second passport application will depend on several factors, including: chosen country, chosen investment. The benefits of each passport varies country by country. Other things to consider: The number of eligible dependents that you want to include (i.e. children, spouse, parents). In Grenada, applicants can include their siblings as dependents. Age of dependents Type of consultant/agent or law firm that you hire Professional fees of the consultant/agent or law firm Here are some of the countries that currently offer Citizenship-By-Investment programs and a simple projection of the expenses involved. Consider this as your overview and reference so you can make informed decisions when you apply for a second passport for you and your family. Cyprus Cyprus recently enhanced their program, though pricier, here are the investment options for you to get a second passport in Cyprus. An investment of at least €2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence; An investment of at least €2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; or An investment of at least €2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; and A donation of €75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and €75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation Dependent parents must also hold one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence, or hold a share of a permanent residence with a minimum value of €500,000 The investment properties may be rented out to provide income for investor The investment in real estate is still set at EUR 2M but now, it requires the applicant to hold it for at least 5 years instead of 3. The adjustments also include that the applicant makes 2 mandatory donations to designated funds of EUR 75,000.00 each. When you add up the taxes, government fees, and all real estate related transactions fees, you need to have at a budget of at least EUR 2.6M to move forward. Grenada There are 2 investment options for those who want to get their golden passports from Grenada. You can make a donation starting at USD 150,000.00 towards the direct advancement of Grenada’s economy and infrastructure. You can invest in approved real estate projects starting at USD 220,000.00. While Grenada is becoming increasingly trendy due to its new flights from the US and UK and fleet of celebrity flocking, the hospitality industry has also been booming in the past years. Known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, Grenada welcomed 528,077 stayover visitors in 2018 alone. This represents an impressive 12.90% increase in tourists from 2017 figures. If you choose the real estate option, the investment will be for Six Senses La Sagesse Grenada in which you could take your family with you. example, if a family of four is making the leap, the expected costs are somewhere near USD 305,000 plus the professional fees. If you choose the donation option and you’re taking the entire family with you, the cost of getting a second passport in Grenada is about USD 229,000 plus professional fees. Commonwealth of Dominica Compared to other Caribbean islands, Dominica is also more secluded and less crowded and you’ll enjoy its peaceful vibe. But that doesn’t mean there are no luxury resorts here. Dominica is dubbed as the Nature Island and if you want that luxury island life, this is perfect for you. That’s why the Commonwealth of Dominica has several options for those who want to get a second passport here. There are two investment options here: You can make a donation starting at USD 100,000. You can invest in real estate starting at USD 218,000. One of the most popular is the exclusive and already operational Secret Bay Resort. Let’s say you’re applying for a family for 4, the donation option would probably cost around USD 220,000 while the luxury resort investment would cost around USD 280,000 excluding the professional fees. Antigua & Barbuda If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get a second passport, Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship-by-investment program is your bet. Here are 2 opportunities: You can make a donation to the National Development Fund starting at USD 100,000. You can make an investment of USD 200,000 in one of the government-approved real estate projects. A family of four can get a second passport and therefore new citizenships for approximately USD 142,000 plus professional fees via the donation option. The real estate option in Antigua is considered a prime investment and you will need about USD 575,000. A Second Passport Is The Investment Of A Lifetime Quite literally, if you’re getting new citizenship, you really are making an investment of a lifetime. There are myriads of reasons why investing in a second passport could be beneficial for an applicant and his/her family. HLG, Asia’s Pioneer In Citizenship-By-Investment Programs Established in 1992, HLG is one of the world’s leading investment immigration law firms to become an authorized agent duly representing all citizenship-by-investment programs. Harvey Law Group (HLG) is a multinational law firm specializing in corporate law and investment immigration, with a worldwide reputation for representing high-profile clients and corporations. HLG was awarded the Immigration Law Firm of The Year at the Annual Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards in 2014 and 2017. As Asia’s pioneer in investment immigration, HLG has notably been offering immigration services for over 28 years. HLG is headquartered in Hong Kong, with 21 offices worldwide including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and more. Currently, HLG offers residency and citizenship-by-investment programs to 23 countries and counting. For further inquiries or investment immigration program opportunities, please contact HLG Managing Partner, Mr. Bastien Trelcat, btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com or Ms. Krittiya Keeratiyut, Office Director kkeeratiyut@harveylawcorporation.com Call +6626701848 or visit www.harveylawcorporation.com or FB: https://www.facebook.com/HLGThailand/ or YouTube: Harvey Law Group Global Official
  4. Here's how you can get a second passport. It starts as low as $100,000 You’ve probably heard of the benefits of having a second passport or a Golden Passport. You may have friends or relatives who have started the application process. You may even have colleagues who are already golden passport holders and are enjoying the perks of having dual citizenship. But what does it really take to have one? More importantly, how much does it cost? Keep in mind that the cost of a second passport application will depend on several factors, including: chosen country, chosen investment. The benefits of each passport varies country by country. Other things to consider: The number of eligible dependents that you want to include (i.e. children, spouse, parents). In Grenada, applicants can include their siblings as dependents. Age of dependents Type of consultant/agent or law firm that you hire Professional fees of the consultant/agent or law firm Here are some of the countries that currently offer Citizenship-By-Investment programs and a simple projection of the expenses involved. Consider this as your overview and reference so you can make informed decisions when you apply for a second passport for you and your family. Cyprus Cyprus recently enhanced their program, though pricier, here are the investment options for you to get a second passport in Cyprus. An investment of at least €2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence; An investment of at least €2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; or An investment of at least €2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; and A donation of €75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and €75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation Dependent parents must also hold one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence, or hold a share of a permanent residence with a minimum value of €500,000 The investment properties may be rented out to provide income for investor The investment in real estate is still set at EUR 2M but now, it requires the applicant to hold it for at least 5 years instead of 3. The adjustments also include that the applicant makes 2 mandatory donations to designated funds of EUR 75,000.00 each. When you add up the taxes, government fees, and all real estate related transactions fees, you need to have at a budget of at least EUR 2.6M to move forward. Grenada There are 2 investment options for those who want to get their golden passports from Grenada. You can make a donation starting at USD 150,000.00 towards the direct advancement of Grenada’s economy and infrastructure. You can invest in approved real estate projects starting at USD 220,000.00. While Grenada is becoming increasingly trendy due to its new flights from the US and UK and fleet of celebrity flocking, the hospitality industry has also been booming in the past years. Known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, Grenada welcomed 528,077 stayover visitors in 2018 alone. This represents an impressive 12.90% increase in tourists from 2017 figures. If you choose the real estate option, the investment will be for Six Senses La Sagesse Grenada in which you could take your family with you. example, if a family of four is making the leap, the expected costs are somewhere near USD 305,000 plus the professional fees. If you choose the donation option and you’re taking the entire family with you, the cost of getting a second passport in Grenada is about USD 229,000 plus professional fees. Commonwealth of Dominica Compared to other Caribbean islands, Dominica is also more secluded and less crowded and you’ll enjoy its peaceful vibe. But that doesn’t mean there are no luxury resorts here. Dominica is dubbed as the Nature Island and if you want that luxury island life, this is perfect for you. That’s why the Commonwealth of Dominica has several options for those who want to get a second passport here. There are two investment options here: You can make a donation starting at USD 100,000. You can invest in real estate starting at USD 218,000. One of the most popular is the exclusive and already operational Secret Bay Resort. Let’s say you’re applying for a family for 4, the donation option would probably cost around USD 220,000 while the luxury resort investment would cost around USD 280,000 excluding the professional fees. Antigua & Barbuda If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get a second passport, Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship-by-investment program is your bet. Here are 2 opportunities: You can make a donation to the National Development Fund starting at USD 100,000. You can make an investment of USD 200,000 in one of the government-approved real estate projects. A family of four can get a second passport and therefore new citizenships for approximately USD 142,000 plus professional fees via the donation option. The real estate option in Antigua is considered a prime investment and you will need about USD 575,000. A Second Passport Is The Investment Of A Lifetime Quite literally, if you’re getting new citizenship, you really are making an investment of a lifetime. There are myriads of reasons why investing in a second passport could be beneficial for an applicant and his/her family. HLG, Asia’s Pioneer In Citizenship-By-Investment Programs Established in 1992, HLG is one of the world’s leading investment immigration law firms to become an authorized agent duly representing all citizenship-by-investment programs. Harvey Law Group (HLG) is a multinational law firm specializing in corporate law and investment immigration, with a worldwide reputation for representing high-profile clients and corporations. HLG was awarded the Immigration Law Firm of The Year at the Annual Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards in 2014 and 2017. As Asia’s pioneer in investment immigration, HLG has notably been offering immigration services for over 28 years. HLG is headquartered in Hong Kong, with 21 offices worldwide including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and more. Currently, HLG offers residency and citizenship-by-investment programs to 23 countries and counting. For further inquiries or investment immigration program opportunities, please contact HLG Managing Partner, Mr. Bastien Trelcat, btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com or Ms. Krittiya Keeratiyut, Office Director kkeeratiyut@harveylawcorporation.com Call +6626701848 or visit www.harveylawcorporation.com or FB: https://www.facebook.com/HLGThailand/ or YouTube: Harvey Law Group Global Official
  5. Here's how you can get a second passport. It starts as low as $100,000 You’ve probably heard of the benefits of having a second passport or a Golden Passport. You may have friends or relatives who have started the application process. You may even have colleagues who are already golden passport holders and are enjoying the perks of having dual citizenship. But what does it really take to have one? More importantly, how much does it cost? Keep in mind that the cost of a second passport application will depend on several factors, including: chosen country, chosen investment. The benefits of each passport varies country by country. Other things to consider: The number of eligible dependents that you want to include (i.e. children, spouse, parents). In Grenada, applicants can include their siblings as dependents. Age of dependents Type of consultant/agent or law firm that you hire Professional fees of the consultant/agent or law firm Here are some of the countries that currently offer Citizenship-By-Investment programs and a simple projection of the expenses involved. Consider this as your overview and reference so you can make informed decisions when you apply for a second passport for you and your family. Cyprus Cyprus recently enhanced their program, though pricier, here are the investment options for you to get a second passport in Cyprus. An investment of at least €2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence; An investment of at least €2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; or An investment of at least €2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence; and A donation of €75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and €75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation Dependent parents must also hold one property with a minimum value of €500,000 as a permanent residence, or hold a share of a permanent residence with a minimum value of €500,000 The investment properties may be rented out to provide income for investor The investment in real estate is still set at EUR 2M but now, it requires the applicant to hold it for at least 5 years instead of 3. The adjustments also include that the applicant makes 2 mandatory donations to designated funds of EUR 75,000.00 each. When you add up the taxes, government fees, and all real estate related transactions fees, you need to have at a budget of at least EUR 2.6M to move forward. Grenada There are 2 investment options for those who want to get their golden passports from Grenada. You can make a donation starting at USD 150,000.00 towards the direct advancement of Grenada’s economy and infrastructure. You can invest in approved real estate projects starting at USD 220,000.00. While Grenada is becoming increasingly trendy due to its new flights from the US and UK and fleet of celebrity flocking, the hospitality industry has also been booming in the past years. Known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, Grenada welcomed 528,077 stayover visitors in 2018 alone. This represents an impressive 12.90% increase in tourists from 2017 figures. If you choose the real estate option, the investment will be for Six Senses La Sagesse Grenada in which you could take your family with you. example, if a family of four is making the leap, the expected costs are somewhere near USD 305,000 plus the professional fees. If you choose the donation option and you’re taking the entire family with you, the cost of getting a second passport in Grenada is about USD 229,000 plus professional fees. Commonwealth of Dominica Compared to other Caribbean islands, Dominica is also more secluded and less crowded and you’ll enjoy its peaceful vibe. But that doesn’t mean there are no luxury resorts here. Dominica is dubbed as the Nature Island and if you want that luxury island life, this is perfect for you. That’s why the Commonwealth of Dominica has several options for those who want to get a second passport here. There are two investment options here: You can make a donation starting at USD 100,000. You can invest in real estate starting at USD 218,000. One of the most popular is the exclusive and already operational Secret Bay Resort. Let’s say you’re applying for a family for 4, the donation option would probably cost around USD 220,000 while the luxury resort investment would cost around USD 280,000 excluding the professional fees. Antigua & Barbuda If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get a second passport, Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship-by-investment program is your bet. Here are 2 opportunities: You can make a donation to the National Development Fund starting at USD 100,000. You can make an investment of USD 200,000 in one of the government-approved real estate projects. A family of four can get a second passport and therefore new citizenships for approximately USD 142,000 plus professional fees via the donation option. The real estate option in Antigua is considered a prime investment and you will need about USD 575,000. A Second Passport Is The Investment Of A Lifetime Quite literally, if you’re getting new citizenship, you really are making an investment of a lifetime. There are myriads of reasons why investing in a second passport could be beneficial for an applicant and his/her family. HLG, Asia’s Pioneer In Citizenship-By-Investment Programs Established in 1992, HLG is one of the world’s leading investment immigration law firms to become an authorized agent duly representing all citizenship-by-investment programs. Harvey Law Group (HLG) is a multinational law firm specializing in corporate law and investment immigration, with a worldwide reputation for representing high-profile clients and corporations. HLG was awarded the Immigration Law Firm of The Year at the Annual Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards in 2014 and 2017. As Asia’s pioneer in investment immigration, HLG has notably been offering immigration services for over 28 years. HLG is headquartered in Hong Kong, with 21 offices worldwide including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and more. Currently, HLG offers residency and citizenship-by-investment programs to 23 countries and counting. For further inquiries or investment immigration program opportunities, please contact HLG Managing Partner, Mr. Bastien Trelcat, btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com or Ms. Krittiya Keeratiyut, Office Director kkeeratiyut@harveylawcorporation.com Call +6626701848 or visit www.harveylawcorporation.com or FB: https://www.facebook.com/HLGThailand/ or YouTube: Harvey Law Group Global Official
  6. Roojai.com launches Thailand’s video claim service to support social distancing Customer safety and security-enhanced by 100% online insurance experience Roojai.com, Thailand’s leading online car insurance platform, continues to innovate in the Thai insurance market by launching its video claim service that allows customers to record and report their incident without need to meet a surveyor. This latest enhancement to their service means customers can now complete every step of their car insurance experience, from buying insurance and inspecting their car to reporting their claim by themselves, without the need to meet an agent. It is a significant development that allows customers and staff to maintain social distancing rules, while also being able to protect their vehicle. Now, when customers need to make a claim, they can use the Roojai Mobile App to report an incident. Through the app, the customer will connect to a claim agent who will walk them through the process, advising what needs to be recorded to ensure the claim is made correctly. Mr Nicolas Faquet, Roojai.com’s Chief Executive Officer and Founder said: “The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way people behave, as they try to reduce physical contact. We must respond to these changes while also providing an efficient and effective service our customers expect. “Our technology gives us a distinct advantage over traditional insurance providers as it enables us to introduce new services that meet changing customer needs quickly. Adding video claims to our existing services mean customers now have a 100% online insurance experience, with the reassurance of talking to a customer service agent when they need. We still prefer to send a surveyor for difficult cases, but for minor accidents, video reporting is our channel of choice for fast and safe service.” Renewing or buying insurance during the current COVID-19 situation has also proved difficult for customers, as some providers have experienced delays when issuing policy documents or making agents available. Roojai.com’s online service overcomes these issues as agents can be contacted via the app, and e-documents are automatically produced and can be downloaded instantly. Online purchase of a new insurance policy can be completed within a few minutes. The Roojai Mobile App is the only platform where customers can update personal information, check policy status, payment status. Other things customers can do through the app are video car inspection, request Roadside Assistance Service, report an accident, get Roojai Rewards and redeem online vouchers. “We are committed to protecting both customers and Roojai.com staff during this time, as we aim to prevent the virus from spreading without compromising service quality,” said Nicolas.
  7. Expat Health insurance Thailand and OA visa holders Since October 31, 2019, the conditions for obtaining an OA visa also require minimum Private health insurance in Thailand What is an OA visa? Visa for foreigners aged 50 and over who wish to stay in Thailand for a year or more. The visa is issued for a maximum of 12 months. Then each year, as long as the conditions of eligibility are maintained, the holder can renew his visa. To obtain this visa, it is also necessary to prove a minimum medical coverage of THB 400,000 for inpatient treatments, and THB 40,000 for outpatient treatments. When applying for a visa, you must present an insurance certificate attesting to the conditions of medical cover required by law. A copy of the original full insurance policy may also be requested. How to get this insurance certificate? →Certificate provided by several Thai insurers that provide a compliant insurance (https://longstay.tgia.org/home/companiesoa) Those Thai insurers provide a certificate pre-approved by the authorities. The downside is that these insurances offer very reduced medical cover, corresponding to or close to the minimum required. Considering the medical costs in Thailand, especially in the event of a serious medical event, those insurance are excessively inadequate. →Certificate provided by foreign insurers Good news, it is possible to have health insurance out of the list. This includes foreign insurers. This is interesting because it offers the possibility of obtaining a visa, staying in Thailand, while enjoying strong medical coverage (eg. THB 20,000,000) and a solid policy contract (lifetime, international coverage including country of nationality, repatriation, etc.). How to get your OA visa with international health insurance? The insurer only needs to complete and sign the Foreign Insurance Certificate. Present this certificate with the full insurance policy when applying for a visa, (first application or renewal). Please note, the period of medical cover must correspond to the period of the visa. This is an important point for those who already have health insurance because they will have to modify their current insurance or buy a new insurance in order to match the date of departure of the insurance with the visa. Please note that some insurers will refuse to complete and sign this Foreign Insurance Certificate. To date, we have many customers who have been able to obtain or renew their visa while retaining their international health insurance. To contact us for quotations, personalized support and advice, please fill this online form by clicking here Website: www.aoc-insurancebroker.com | www.aoc-expatcare.com Award Insurtech 2017 - Orias n° 08 045 906 Liability and Financial guarantee Argo-Llyods HYAIF16ADLARG-1391 Before printing, think about the environment - Be Green Read On Screen
  8. AIS, True or dTac? Thailand's Mobile Data Plans Compared This post is an excerpt of a longer article. What do you want from a good data plan in Thailand? The packages offered by Thailand’s leading companies usually include a bunch of free minutes and text messages. Do people still make hundreds of minutes of phone calls instead of using free VOIP services like Messenger, LINE, WhatsApp, FaceTime or Skype? There will be those whose businesses are heavily reliant on phone calls, so this addition might not be completely useless, though it perhaps takes a lower priority to such details as the amount of unused data you can roll over to the next month. Some of the added bonuses can be quite helpful. Some packages include overseas data roaming - very helpful if you travel around a lot for work. Others include a Netflix subscription and a free copy of the mobile version of Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds - very useful if your job gives you a lot of free time. What data plans do AIS offer? The main packages available from AIS are tailored to different types of user. The NEXT G Flexi Speed package comes in three price tiers offering different amounts of 3G/4G data. - 60 GB of data costs 750 baht per month - 40 GB of data costs 550 baht per month - 20 GB of data costs 450 baht per month If you manage to use all of your 3G/4G allowance for the month, you will still have internet access, but at a much reduced rate of 384 kbps for those paying 750 baht and just 256 kbps for those paying less. All tiers get 200 minutes of call time. As the name implies, the speed of your internet connection is also flexible and can be adjusted according to your needs, though this does not alter the cost of the package. That being the case, the purpose seems to be just to help incorrigible internet users ration their usage to make their data allowance last the full month. Advantages to using AIS: Packages include a lot of data for a good price. Disadvantages to using AIS: Unlimited data is not available without the gimmicky extras. What data plans do True offer? True have very specifically tuned packages which focus on providing the lowest possible cost for particular types of users. Their U-Max package, for example, is aimed at university students. It offers free data for social media apps including Facebook, Instagram, LINE, Twitter and TikTok. Addressing the aforementioned fact that kids don’t really use the ‘phone’ part of their phone anymore, instead favouring VOIP services like LINE, these packages come with no free minutes. There are three price tiers available. - 50 GB of data costs 550 baht per month - 40 GB of data costs 450 baht per month - 20 GB of data costs 250 baht per month Probably True’s best package is the 4G+ Super Net Unlimited, which boasts the “fastest speed with most data”. The speed is the standard for 4G - about 300 Mbps, which all 4G providers offer. As for the amount, there are six packages available ranging from a poultry 3 GB of data for 299 baht per month up to unlimited data for 1,099 baht per month, though the limitless data only lasts for the first 12 months. Again, none of the packages offer call time, instead boasting a pay-per-second rate of 1.80 baht per minute. Advantages to using True: Unlimited data on social apps reflects typical phone usage. Disadvantages to using True: Unlimited data is only unlimited for a year. What data plans do dTac offer? What helps dTac to really stand out from the competition is the addition of international data roaming in their packages - no doubt a result of dTac belonging to such a world-spanning organisation. The standard dTac GO package comes in eight price tiers, with steadily increasing amounts of call time, data and countries where 5 GB of data is free. - 5 GB of data and 150 minutes costs 399 baht per month, with data only available in Thailand - 10 GB of data and 200 minutes costs 499 baht per month, with free data in Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia - 16 GB of data and 300 minutes costs 599 baht per month, with free data in Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia - 20 GB of data and 300 minutes costs 699 baht per month, with free data in Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia - 30 GB of data and 400 minutes costs 899 baht per month, with free data in 25 countries across Asia, Australia and the US - Unlimited data and 700 minutes costs 1,099 baht per month, with free data in 25 countries across Asia, Australia and the US - Unlimited data at 1,200 minutes costs 1,499 baht per month, with free data in 72 countries worldwide - Unlimited data and unlimited calls costs 2,199 baht per month, with free data in 72 countries worldwide Where dTac compares less favourably against its rivals is the choice of packages. The GO package is effectively the only post-paid option available, other than tariffs designed specifically for tablets. Advantages to using dTac: Free data available in up to 72 countries worldwide, removing the need to buy a local SIM card when travelling. Disadvantages to using dTac: Poor choice of packages and extras. Which is the best mobile data plan in Thailand? When picking the right mobile data plan for you, the first thing to calculate is how much data you will actually use. According to research, people in the Asia Pacific region currently use about 3.3 GB per month, but that’s expected to rise to 26 GB per month by 2024. Since that’s an awkward number to work with, we’ll round it down to 20 GB per month. If this is the case, the clear winner is True. While the U-Max package may be primarily aimed at students, the fact that it provides 20 GB of 3G/4G data per month and free data on popular social media apps, all at the lowest price among its competitors, makes it an excellent choice. However, that doesn’t mean that it’s safe to completely discount dTac and AIS. For starters, these two companies have the best service coverage around Thailand, so they can connect in places which True can’t reach. However, if you’re mostly going to be in and around the major tourist and expat hubs like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Pattaya and others, this difference will be barely noticeable. On the other hand, the bonus features they offer - free data roaming overseas and comprehensive entertainment packages - do make them worth a second glance and, if that kind of thing particularly appeals to you, perhaps also a few more baht. This post is an excerpt of a longer article from DeeMoney, Thailand’s payment provider. Exchange and send money to 14 countries, register via our app, website or in store. Send money to Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam from just 150 baht per transaction plus a foreign exchange fee. DeeMoney serves as a hybrid solution that’s similar to both Transferwise and Western Union, yet distinguishable from both. Whilst TransferWise offers only digital transfers, and WesternUnion mainly cash transfers, DeeMoney is Thailand’s only service to provide both means of transferring money.
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