Colin R. Singer is Managing Partner of investmentimmigration.com and immigration.ca and one of Canada’s foremost senior corporate immigration attorneys. He is recognized as an experienced authority on Canadian immigration matters as well as the international residence-by-investment industry through investmentimmigration.com. He is a licensed immigration lawyer in good standing with a Canadian Law Society during the past 25+ years.

St Kitts and Nevis claims citizen-by-investment program has best due diligence in world

The Caribbean nation of St Kitts and Nevis claims it possesses the best due diligence of any citizenship-by-investment program (CIP) in the world. Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris says he would be happy for anyone to come and scrutinize exactly how the program investigates applicants for citizenship. St Kitts and Nevis CIP requirements Real estate…

Economic Citizenship and Residence is a Winning Proposition for Nations and Investors

With a global economy plagued by malaise or political instability, an increasing number of wealthy individuals are considering safer havens and investment based immigration program are the option for many. Figures show the global elite spent approximately $2 billion in 2014 on citizenship or residence based schemes. The list of nations offering citizenship or residence…

Australia to Boost Economy through Revamped SIV, Tax Breaks, and New Entrepreneur Visa

In an attempt to promote innovation in the Australian economy, the government has introduced several new measures including a revamped Significant Investor Visa, tax incentives for startup investors, and a new Business Visa stream designed to facilitate permanent residence for entrepreneurs in the country.  These measures are aimed at attracting foreign investment into the Australian…

Business Immigrants: How Canada Reduces Tax for Small Businesses

Immigrants to Canada have access to one of the world’s most competitive tax regimes for starting a new business. An important advantage enjoyed by business owners is a low tax rate applicable to active business income earned in Canada. This is called the “small business deduction”. Generally, business income earned in Canada is subject to…