Global Frequently Asked Questions

What is Citizenship?

Many believe this to mean the ethnicity or birthplace of an individual, however there is a legal definition. In a legal sense, it is the state of being a member of a particular country and having rights because of this status.

Can you have dual citizenship?

A dual citizen holds two separate citizenship’s with two separate sovereign states or nations. Some countries do not allow dual citizenship.

There are lots of ways to get citizenship including: by birth, descent, marriage, residence and investment.

Some countries allow multiple citizenship’s but you need to know the rules of the countries that you wish to have citizenship in, because you might need to seek permission. Countries such as Japan allow dual nationality prior to becoming an adult but on turning 18 years old they must choose a nationality.

What countries or areas do we cover with the Citizenship Programme for Investments?

We offer advice in the UK, Cyprus, Malta, Portugal, Ireland and the Caribbean.

Within the Caribbean we can help with Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada and St Kitts & Nevis.

Can I study in the UK?

You can apply for a short term visa, general student visa or child student visa.

I want to work in the UK, can I?

You can apply to work in the on either a short term or long term basis. The visa depends on your skills and qualifications, job offers and sponsorship, family and what job you will be doing.

Can I invest in the UK?

Yes you need access to £2 million in investment funds prior to applying. We can help with the application process.

Investors and global citizenship

International investors invest in great businesses, not in a country. You could be missing out on global opportunities that allow you to build your portfolio and allow you to travel freely. Those with the means can stimulate global growth not just national growth. Every nation is looking for great minds to help push growth.

Two passports – two lives

Someone quoted an amazing line, ‘having two passports is equal to living two lives due to the amazing possibilities of opportunities’ and it is so true. With a second passport, you do not need to renew your home country’s passport before you can go on a journey…

Easy visa acquisition

More often than not, entrepreneurs face difficulties when applying for a visa each time they need to travel for business. The visa application process is lengthy especially for those who travel a lot and will need to fill in all the places they have visited for the past five years. This route can help.

City Solicitors Immigraton Lawyer Farhan Farani

Farhan Farani

Managing Director
Biography Farhan Farani is the founding partner of Farani Taylor Solicitors (UK Immigration solicitor in London), he is passionate about creating...
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