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Old 05-24-2015, 06:49 AM
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Well its not easy for people with money to relocate.I being a Pakistani know many investors who deal in stock market(3 rd best stock market of world) in Pakistan.One day i had a discussion with them about "investor visa" that Greece is offering EU passport for 200,000 euros. The answers from almost all investors was "why would you go live there? its better here, less taxes and less issues".These are people whose investment worth is more than 2 million dollar. The only country they were willing to relocate to is "UAE". They don't like most of countries(tax reasons + culture issues). For investor visa even Pakistan requires $50,000 investment to gain Pakistani residence which is rarely given mostly in cases of company owners.
Ecuadors = minimum 25,000$ investment.
Brazil= 100,000$
USA = 200,000$
England = 1 million$
India = not allowed
UAE = not sure but around 200,000$.

are you sure in pakistan people get residency with money ?


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Old 05-24-2015, 11:26 AM
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The closest thing i know of personally is The Retirement Visa in the Philippines, which gives one permanent residency.......mind you the age is from 35..

Visa requirements start with a financial investment or condo purchase. Retirees age 35 and older may obtain an SRRV smile visa by depositing $20,000 in a local bank and leaving it invested throughout their stay. There are no income requirements for this visa. An investment of $50,000 or more grants an SRRV classic visa to anyone age 35 to 49. This requirement is also met by purchasing a condo with a price of $50,000 or greater. Retirees age 50 and older must invest $10,000 and have a pension income of $800 a month for individuals. Couples must have $1,000 a month in pension income to be eligible.


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Old 05-24-2015, 01:07 PM
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You've always been able to "buy" residency here, it's an investment visa and costs about 1.5million

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