New Delhi: Even though Coronavirus has put a break on international travel plans, it has not stopped the desire of people to settle or live in new countries. In 2020, Indians remained on the top of the list of inquirers for ‘Residence by Investment’ or ‘Citizenship by Investment’ programs.
According to an agency report, the number of these inquiries increased by 2019. Explain that dual citizenship is not allowed in India. That is, if an Indian wants to settle in another country, he has to give up citizenship of India.
According to a report, America is second in the list after Indians. The desire to leave the country increased due to Kovid and political reshuffle. In 2019, the US was ranked sixth in the list of inquiries for ‘Residence by Investment’ or ‘Citizenship by Investment’ programs. In the list of inquiries for ‘Residence by Investment’ or ‘Citizenship by Investment’ programs, Pakistan is third in the list, South African in fourth and Nigerian in fifth. Henley & Partners is a global company involved in residency and citizenship planning.