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LawQuest
The investor visa is an appealing option for obtaining citizenship for the most sought after countries around the globe.
Dixcart
Le programme «Golden Visa» fut adopté par le gouvernement portugais en décembre 2012 dans le but d'attirer des investisseurs étrangers au Portugal.
PLMJ
The long-awaited Implementing Decree no. 15-A/2015 of 5 November was published in the official gazette Diário da República on 2 September 2015 and is already in force.
Investment Immigration
In a bid to attract investment towards redevelopment of Lisbon's city centre, the Portuguese government has reduced the minimum investment required under its Golden Visa Program to EUR 350,000.
Investment Immigration
Portugal has reduced the minimum investment required for its Golden Residence Permit Program, slashing the minimum investment amount from €500,000 to €350,000.
CSB Group
In October 2012 Portugal launched its Golden Visa Residence Programme with the aim to provide prospective Non-EU foreign investors with the opportunity to take up residency in Portugal through investment.
RFF & Associados
Urged by the necessity of attracting foreign investment to the country, the Portuguese Government has recently created a new regime for the granting of so-called "golden visas" to citizens of third countries, willing to invest in Portugal.
PLMJ
The legal regime applicable to the entry and exit of foreign citizens into and out of national territory is disciplined, in Portugal, by Law No. 23/2007.
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LawQuest
The investor visa is an appealing option for obtaining citizenship for the most sought after countries around the globe.
PLMJ
The long-awaited Implementing Decree no. 15-A/2015 of 5 November was published in the official gazette Diário da República on 2 September 2015 and is already in force.
Dixcart
Le programme «Golden Visa» fut adopté par le gouvernement portugais en décembre 2012 dans le but d'attirer des investisseurs étrangers au Portugal.
Investment Immigration
In a bid to attract investment towards redevelopment of Lisbon's city centre, the Portuguese government has reduced the minimum investment required under its Golden Visa Program to EUR 350,000.
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