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Known for its powdery white sand, clear blue waters and subtle whisper of palms swaying in the cooling ocean breeze, Vanuatu certainly offers up it’s fair share of tropical relaxation and is consistently voted one of the “Happiest” Nations on the Planet.
Visa-free entry to 125 countries
Covering UK & whole of Europe, Russia, Hong Kong, Singapore
Second passport in a tax friendly country
Perfect for owning and operating a business (Excluding indirect taxes of VAT and Customs)
The only Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program of its kind in the Asia Pacific Hemisphere.
Access to international banking facilities
International off-shore finance centre since 1972. / International Banks present – such as ANZ Bank, Bred Bank, BSP (Bank of South Pacific) / Simple company and bank account formation procedures
Simple and fast application process
Completion in as little as 45 days.
Simple, transparent pricing Structure
Attractively priced – particularly for family applications
A stunning tropical island nation
Low cost real estate – from prime beach front to whole islands for sale. Secure, long term land tenure – all land Government owned and leased.
Stable, peaceful country
An English/French speaking British Commonwealth Member Country without regular armed forces
- STEP ONE: Applicant (and Spouse where applicable) to submit via our Global DSP Processing and Due Diligence Provider (Harvey Law Group) a certified true copy of existing passport (cover and bio data page) plus Police Clearance Report, Birth Certificate Copy and Personal Profile. USD6,500 fee due at this stage to include Client Account opening & Vanuatu Government Due Diligence.
- STEP TWO: Upon written confirmation of no adverse findings by FIU, and therefore “pre-approval” granted, Applicant, under guidance of the DSP Representative completes all documentation and prepares full payment. Payment is made to either Harvey Law Group Trust Account or directly to the Vanuatu Information Centre Limited, a Government Approved Agent, both with HSBC Bank Hong Kong.
- STEP THREE: Application is submitted to Representative to review pre-submission to the Citizenship Commission which convenes on the last Friday of each month. Application Form must be received 8 days prior to Citizenship Committee meeting.
- STEP FOUR: Screening Committee considers the Application one day before the Citizenship Commission meets and makes a recommendation to the Citizenship Commission.
- STEP FIVE: After Citizenship Commission approves the Application, an Agreement in Principle (AIP) is issued to the Representative. AIP process is 7 to 14 days.
- STEP SIX: The final step is the Applicant taking their Oath. This will be commissioned by the Vanuatu Government’s Commissioner of Oath. In this ceremony the new Citizen receives their Certificate of Vanuatu Citizenship as well as their new Vanuatu Passport.
|Married + 1 Child||200,000||171,000|
|Married + 2 Children||220,000||188,000|
|FIU Due Diligence Fee||5,000||4,250|
Visa Free/Visa on arrival Countries
- Cape Verde*
- Guinea – Bissau*
- St. Helena
- Czech Republic
- South Ossetia
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong SAR
- Macao SAR*
- South Korea (Jeju Island only)
- Cook Islands
- Marshall Islands*
- Federated States of Micronesia
- Papua New Guinea*
- Solomon Islands*
- Antigua & Barbuda
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic*
- El Salvador*
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- St Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Turks and Caicos Islands
*Since the visa requirements of each country are subject to change from time to time, tourists holding Vanuatu passports are required to check the visa requirements of the respective countries prior to departure. Tourists are also required to understand and observe the regulations and restrictions for entering and staying in the respective countries.