IRS to revoke 250,000 passports
08/11/2018

IRS to revoke 250,000 passports

The US’ tax authority, the IRS started to revoke citizenship and residency rights of at least a quarter of a million individuals, according to Dickinson Wright. The “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act” gave the power to the Internal Revenue Service to revoke passports from serious tax defaulters. The law was signed in 2015 but entered […]

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Visa-free entry in Russia with Dominica passport
05/11/2018

Visa-free entry in Russia with Dominica passport

Previously, during summer, the official Russian News Agency (TASS) reported that Russia endorsed the visa waiver agreement with the Caribbean Commonwealth of Dominica. The citizens of both countries can enter in the other jurisdiction, including the holders of diplomatic, service and regular passports. They can stay up to 90 days in any 180 days period. […]

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Cyprus residency for British expats after Brexit
02/11/2018

Cyprus residency for British expats after Brexit

The situation of British citizens living in the EU is doubtful. Cyprus now decided to grant permanent residency rights for Briton expats, who have been living there for five years. According to the guide published by the Interior Ministry , Cyprus will implement the withdrawal agreement regarding the British citizens’ rights to continue residing in […]

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Anguilla Residency by Investment Programme
31/10/2018

Anguilla Residency by Investment Programme

In the past five Caribbean island nations launched citizenship by investment programs, now Anguilla introduced a new residency by investment scheme called “ARBI”. The purpose of the programme, according to the government’s statement is to encourage visitors to become permanent residents through a “significant financial investment“. Meanwhile, the investors will strengthen the local real estate […]

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Japanese passport became the strongest travel document
26/10/2018

Japanese passport became the strongest travel document

The Japanese passport became the most influential travel document and had overtaken Singapore. After obtaining the right for Japanese citizens to enter in Myanmar during the first days of October, the Far-Eastern country’s citizens enjoy visa-free or at least visa on arrival access to 190 jurisdictions, meanwhile a Singaporean passport grants to the hassle-free entrance […]

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