Vanuatu is a Y-shaped chain of fourteen main islands between the South Pacific Ocean and the Coral Sea is of volcanic origin and home to several active volcanoes. They lie to the west of Fiji and to the east of Australia. Vanuatu has mountains and plateaus but is more famous for its coastal terraces and coral reefs, lush tropical rainforests, and turquoise blue waters and has become a popular tropical holiday destination for travelers. Vanuatu is a major financial center in the backyard of Australia and New Zealand. It joined the UN in 1981, and the Non-Aligned Movement in 1983.
Launched in 2017, Vanuatu’s citizenship by investment program is a scheme that awards qualifying investors with passports, in exchange for an investment in the country’s economic growth. Also referred to as the Vanuatu Citizenship Development Support Program (DSP), it is the only program in the South Pacific Hemisphere. The program offers one of the fastest citizenship and second passport programs available for investors.
Vanuatu Citizenship by Investment Program
The current Vanuatu Citizenship Program, launched in January 2017, aims to stimulate the economy of the country by attracting the capital of foreigners.
The application process of the Citizenship by Investment Program of Vanuatu is so fast, simple, and affordable that no investors can avoid it!
Following the EU Commission’s proposal to partially suspend the union’s visa waiver agreement with the country, the government of Vanuatu has taken measures to save
Citizenship by Investment (CBI) and Residency by Investment (RBI) programs are effective methods of making a capital investment and attracting talent and experience that help