In November 2022, INSEAD, the Pottinger Institute, and the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore jointly released the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report for 2022. The report showed that countries such as Switzerland and Singapore ranked at the top in terms of talent competition, and now talent is seen as a key factor in a country’s development and prosperity. In addition, the report also proposed ways to influence the distribution of talent in the global arena by encouraging, discovering, attracting, and nurturing entrepreneurial talent on a global scale.
Earlier in October, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued new guidance indicating that maintaining an investment for a minimum of two years is now deemed sufficient. This directive supersedes the established practice of adhering to a consistent investment cycle lasting a minimum of five years, with the possibility of one-to-two-year extensions.
During the last thirty years, an increasing number of countries have introduced Citizenship by Investment (CBI) or Residency and Citizenship by Investment (RCBI) in order to attract foreign capital and boost national economics. St. Kitts, Canada, the United States initially launched the By Investment category in the late 1980s or early 1990s. CBI or RCBI have been adopted gradually in the rest of the world, especially the European countries changed their approach to admit immigrant investors as instruments for emerging from the crisis of recession in 2008. Recently CBI and RCBI have continuously been favored by the market. Why? Frankly speaking, I just make it in a quite simple way, ‘due to the highest profit’.
When I first started my career, I considered us a law firm. At that time, my work mainly focused on the Quebec Immigrant Investor program. My daily tasks involved gathering client information, listening to their business stories, and providing documentation to prove their qualifications for the Quebec Immigration Bureau. I did this for eight years, often staying up late into the night to assist clients. At one point, Globevisa secured 400 of the 1,200 quotas available worldwide, holding one-third of the world’s share. I believed no one could be more professional than us. So, back then, I saw our work as that of a law firm.
As the earliest batch of immigration firms in the world to launch the Turkish Investment naturalization program in 2019, Glovevisa has already had a large number of clients whose 500,000 US dollar fixed deposits have been deposited for 3 years and can be withdrawn. Among the many options of Turkish investment naturalization, the deposit naturalization option has always been popular with clients for its zero cost, simple handling process, fast cycle, and fixed deposit period of only 3 years, after which all the deposits can be withdrawn. Therefore, Globevisa has accumulated a large number of successful cases of assisting clients with fixed deposits to withdraw their money without landing in Turkey.