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Cyprus Citizenship

Key Features

  • No requirements on resident period, language, age, education and work experience
  • Can get the Citizenship in around 6 months

Dependants

  • Spouse
  • Unmarried children aged below 28 who are in full time university education
  • Parents

Key Requirements

  1. First requirement
    • Option 1: Invest EUR 2 million in a single residential property used as a permanent residence, or where the residential units have been previously used for CIP, the minimum investment amount increases to EUR 2.5 million; OR
    • Option 2: Invest EUR 2 million in multiple residential properties, including at least one property with a minimum value of EUR 500,000 as a permanent residence; OR
    • Option 3: Invest EUR 2 million in commercial or mixed properties, plus at least one property with of EUR500,000 as a permanent residence
  2. Second requirement
    • A donation of EUR 75,000 to the Research and Innovation Foundation and EUR 75,000 to the Cyprus Land Development Corporation

To become Citizen and maintain Citizenship

  • Can get Citizenship in around 6 months
  • No requirement on resident period
  • Must own the investment properties for at least 5 years
  • Can sell part of the properties after 5 years but must retain the unit value of at least EUR 500,000

Processing Time

  • Around 6 months

Further Information

For more information, please contact us by e-mail to info@atrixbiz.com.

NOTICE
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