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Settle in Romania

The loyal immigration policy of the current Romanian legislation gives foreigners a simplified option of acquiring EU citizenship through the issuance of a Romanian passport. For residents of the CIS countries – Russians, Belarusians, Ukrainians – an accelerated repatriation procedure is envisaged. Accelerated acquisition of Romanian passports through repatriation is available for citizens of Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. Article 11 of the Romanian Citizenship Act No. 21 provides for the restoration of citizenship to people born or residing in the former Romanian territory during the period 1918-1940 and their descendants up to the third generation:

Art 11
“Persoanele care au dobândit cetățenia română prin naștere sau prin adopție și care au pierdut-o din motive neimputabile lor sau această cetățenie le-a fost ridicată fără voia lor, precum și descendenții acestora până la gradul III, la cerere, pot redobândi sau li se poate acorda cetățenia română, cu posibilitatea păstrării cetățeniei străine și stabilirea domiciliului în țară sau cu menținerea acestuia în străinătate.”

The Citizenship Act No. 21

Settle in Slovenia

Use the opportunity to obtain a Slovenian passport and all the advantages of the European Union citizen status. Becoming a citizen of Slovenia, you can freely live and work in any EU country, as well as the European Economic Area, having an ID card or a passport of a citizen of the Republic of Slovenia in your hands.

Settle in Malta

Investment Required : EUR 8,00,000

Nature of Investment : Contribution + Property + Donation

Malta is a melting pot of business know-how, experiences, skills, and funding that are positively contributing to its society, stimulating business, and increasing job creation. Malta’s Granting of Citizenship for Exceptional Services Regulations is suitable for high-net-worth individuals who are interested in and relocating to Malta. License: AKM-ACCA-21

Malta’s Granting of Citizenship for Exceptional Services Regulations allow applicants to obtain citizenship of Malta, but only after first residing in Malta. Applicants must hold residency status in Malta for at least 12 months and pass an eligibility assessment to submit an application for citizenship.

Ashish Dua
Consulting Corporation

Management Consultant – International Settlement

Any questions regarding settling abroad