An island rich in culture and history, this important business hub in the heart of the Mediterranean offers one of the most sought after Citizenship by Investment Programs in the world. Boasting a warm Mediterranean climate, safe and stable economy ideal for raising families, Cyprus is ideal for worldwide business and investment purposes.
Cyprus’s Economic Citizenship Program has a wealth of privileges to offer for qualifying applicants, including:
In accordance with Regulations issued by virtue of the Civil Registry Laws, applicants seeking Cypriot citizenship by investment must make an investment of 2 million Euro in:
Applicants may invest at least €2 million in the purchase or construction of buildings, land development projects (residential or commercial) or infrastructure projects.
Applicants may invest at least €2 million in the purchase, creation or participation in businesses or companies based and operating in the Republic of Cyprus. These businesses or companies must have a tangible presence in Cyprus and employ at least five Cypriot citizens or European citizens.
Applicants may invest at least €2 million in the financial assets of Cypriot companies or Cypriot organizations. This includes bonds, securities and debentures registered and issued in the Republic of Cyprus. Investors must maintain the purchased assets for a minimum period of three years.
Applicants may invest in a combination of the above options. The combination of investments must total at least €2 million.
The applicant and family must then Visit Cyprus to swear the oath of allegiance and issue the Cypriot passports and ID’s. (This is a new condition introduced under the revised criteria issued in September 2016).
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Cyprus is an island located in the Mediterranean sea, just south of Turkey.
9,251 sq. km.
The official languages of the Republic of Cyprus are Greek and Turkish, with Turkish the official language in Northern Cyprus. English is widely spoken throughout the Republic.
Nearly 80% of the Cypriot population are considered as followers of the Greek Orthodox Church. The rest (4 %) are the smaller religious groups of the Anglicans, Roman and Latin Christians,
Armenian Orthodox, Greek Evangelics, Jews and others.
Cyprus is a presidential republic.
Tourism, Agriculture, Cement, Chemicals, Fishing, Food Processing, Mining, Non Electric Machinery, Petroleum Refining, Textiles and Clothing, Tourism, Wine Making.
Asbestos, Cement, Chemicals, Cigarettes, Citrus Fruits, Footwear, Potatoes, Wine.
Larnaca International Airport (IATA)
Cyprus enjoys an intense Mediterranean climate, with long dry summers from mid–May to mid–October, and mild winters from December to February.
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