Montenegro is a beautiful country that has both a picturesque Adriatic coast with one of the most prestigious yacht marinas in the world, and a mountainous northern region with ski resorts. The population of Montenegro is just over 600,000 people. The currency in Montenegro is the Euro.
From a business point of view, Montenegro has an interesting Citizenship by Investment Program.
It is possible for non-resident individuals and companies to open bank accounts in Montenegro, though offshore companies are rarely accepted by Montenegrin banks. Offshore companies can sometimes open private banking or wealth management type accounts.
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If you are deliberating relocation to Montenegro by use of the ‘citizenship by investment’ Government program, you may be asking yourself questions such as: What is the property tax in the country? Can I become a tax resident in Montenegro? Is Montenegro considered a tax haven? This article […]Read more
In October 2019, the Government of Montenegro launched an attractive immigration program and now people from different parts of the world are thinking of relocating to this sunny country. If potential immigrants have children, however, they will naturally wonder what educational opportunities exist in Montenegro. Are there international […]Read more
Residents of almost all countries of the world, excluding the sanctioned ones, can acquire citizenship of Montenegro on the Balkan Peninsula in exchange for investment. What benefits will this move bring? How can you technically acquire citizenship by investment into real estate or business in Montenegro? What documents […]Read more
The Government of Montenegro ‘citizenship by investment’ program allows becoming a Montenegrin citizen in exchange for purchase of real property in the county. At the same time, you cannot buy any property you like thus obtaining citizenship. You have to invest into Government-approved development projects only in […]Read more
Over a dozen countries allow foreign nationals to become their citizens and to obtain a second passport in exchange for investment. These include five Caribbean countries, Vanuatu in the southern part of the Pacific Ocean, Turkey, Jordan, Bulgaria, Austria, Moldova, Cyprus and Malta. Recently, Montenegro has also joined […]Read more
What can you do to acquire Montenegrin citizenship in 2020? The fastest, the simplest, and the surest way to achieve this goal is by investing in real estate in the country. Soon this immigration route is going to become even more attractive for families with children. The Montenegrin […]Read more
If you are thinking of changing the country of your residence, Montenegro might not be among the first few destinations that you are considering. A closer look at the country, however, may make you change your mind and give Montenegro a chance to become your new home.
How can you acquire Montenegrin citizenship? The easiest and the fastest way to do it in 2020 is to become a citizen of the country in exchange for investment into real estate. The most affordable investment targets are the government-approved developers’ projects that currently number four. Below […]Read more