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.

Malta is a Popular Destination for Entrepreneurs, Foreign Investors, Expats

With around 25,000 foreign residents and workers, Malta is a popular destination for wealthy investors seeking a better lifestyle and a second passport. Malta’s popularity was recognized by a survey conducted by The Wall Street Journal that ranked the country as the third-best destination for expats and UHNW investors alike. Another survey, EY’s Malta Attractiveness…

Investment Immigration is Redefining the Concept of Citizenship

The modern world has become a global village where the traditional birth-centric concept of citizenship is being replaced by notions that define citizenship on the basis of the individual’s ability to access different parts of the world. Further, security—economic and political—constitutes a vital aspect of modern understanding of the concept of citizenship. This is why…

Portugal and Malta the Best Residence and Citizenship by Investment Programs

Portugal is the most popular best destination for those seeking permanent residence in lieu of investment while Malta’s Individual Investor Program ranks high for citizenship applicants. These programs offer affluent individuals a second residence and citizenship and accompanying benefits including freedom of mobility, and a secure backup option for applicants and their family members. Many…

St. Lucia Launches Economic Citizenship Program to Cut Debt and Develop Infrastructure

An IMF report confirms the proposed St. Lucia citizenship by investment program, set to launch in January 2016, has a potential source of significant revenues for the St. Lucian government. The IMF cautions the government to use a prudent approach that recognizes the volatile nature of this revenue source. The report suggests that the government…