By Sandra Nebritova It has been several weeks now, that the media is buzzing about the leaked information on the individuals that have managed to obtain Cyprus citizenship. Investigations were quickly opened
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said he will ask the Attorney-General to appoint an investigating committee to conduct a probe into the citizenship by investment programme following damning allegations. In a written statement
Cyprus couldn’t slip under the international radar during the summer and go about its usual business of tackling a deadly pandemic or deterring Turkish warships from cruising in its maritime zone. If
Financial analysts believe that Cyprus’ Citizenship for Investment Scheme (CIS) should be scrapped as it causes more harm than good with reports of dodgy investors buying their way into the European Union.
Now that we are facing serious financial difficulties, some want to bring back the passports/visas incentive scheme. It is a bit odd that the same political parties and individuals who were critical
Brussels has requested from Nicosia an explanation as to why it decided to withdraw a Cyprus passport granted to 26 investors who are now deemed not to have met strict new criteria
Ten Russians, five Chinese and eight Cambodians are among the 26 foreign investors who are earmarked to be stripped of their Cyprus passport after obtaining it through the Citizenship for Investment scheme.