The Moldovan investment citizenship program is now available. It is aimed at international businessmen who are ready to make an investment in developing a country and to receive a second passport which also grants them access to 121 countries around the world.
You and your family members can become citizens of Moldova within just 3 months after the application package is submitted to the Moldovan authorities. The two main elements of the applications are a contribution to the Public Investment Fund of Moldova, and a strict due diligence for all applicants.
You can decide whether you wish to apply alone or together with your family. In the application, you can include your spouse, your dependent children under the age of 29 years, and dependent parent above the age of 55 years.
Investors are required to make a non-refundable contribution to the Public Investment Fund of Moldova. The investment sum depends on the number of applicants. For a single applicant, it is as low as EUR 100,000, and it is still only EUR 155,000 for a family of five members.
The main investment is complemented by a government processing fee, a due diligence fee, and the fee for making the biometric passports. These costs depend on the number and status of the applicants.
Moldova lies in eastern Europe. With its agricultural and food-processing industries, it is one of the world’s main wine exporters. It’s growing free-market economy, the modern e-infrastructure and its close connections to the EU make it an attractive site for business.
For more information, check out the article on NewResidency.com, where you can find a comprehensive database of investment residency and citizenship programs available around the world. You can also fill in the form below to contact our colleagues.
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