Vanuatu Citizenship-by-Investment Program

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Vanuatu is an island nation in the South Pacific that offers a streamlined route to Citizenship-by-Investment, the only one in fact, in the entire Pacific region. Although it may be tempting to move to a tropical paradise full of deserted beaches, no physical residency is required in order to gain Vanuatu citizenship. Vanuatu citizenship is an attractive offering for investors seeking visa-free travel to 130 countries including the European Union, the United Kingdom, and many other popular destinations.

Vanuatu Citizenship-by-Investment Benefits:
• Visa-free travel to 130 countries including the EU, UK & more
• Lowest up-front cost compared to any other citizenship by investment program
• No income or capital gains tax
• No minimum stay requirements
• No language requirements
• Peaceful, untouched environment
• Close to Australia & New Zealand
• Vanuatu citizenship is hereditary, so all future children will be born into it
• English speaking
• World’s most efficient citizenship by the investment application process

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Document Delivery


Application Assistance


Form Filling

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Vanuatu has been a long-standing tax-friendly country with no personal income tax, capital gains, or withholding tax.

  • Applicants must provide proof of assets totalling more than US$250,000.

  • A government-approved contribution is required. The amount varies depending on the number of applicants. The required investment for a single applicant is US$135,000.


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