The Economiic Ciitiizenshiip of the Uniion of the Comoros

The Union of the Comoros (Union des Comores in French) is a sovereign archipelago island state. The Comoros Archipelago is situated in the north-east of Madagascar, at the entrance of the Mozambique Channel. The name Comoros comes from Arabic «qamar» (the «moon» – which is represented on the national flag).

For centuries the Comoros played a major role in the world economy, as a stopping off point on the mercantile routes from the East towards Africa and to the West. It became independent from France on 6th July, 1975.

In recent years the Comorian Government has made substantial efforts to improve the business climate, investment conditions and to encourage the entry of foreign investors. The Citizenship by Investment program is part of this effort.

CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT

Individual Freedom

  • Instant and Irrevocable Citizenship
  • Dual Citizenship
  • No physical residence requirement
  • Better choices of places to live

Business Advantages

  • No tax obligations
  • Straightforward procedure
  • Fastest and Cheapest Official citizenship by Immigration option
  • Extra protection for assets and privacy

Visa Free Travel

  • Instant travel to more than 45 Countries
  • Where a visa is required, they are relatively easy to obtain. Better choices of places to live Restricted Countries: Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan, North Korea & Iran

STEP 1
Appointment of Authorized Agent
No request submitted directly to the Government of Comoros Union by individuals or any other private organization will be taken into account. Applications for citizenship must only be handled by an Authorized Agent. An “authorized agent” acts on behalf of the main applicant in relation to a citizenship by investment application.

STEP 2
Applicant’s Authorized Agent provides him / her with assistance in preparing the documentation for submission.
Applicant must complete the official forms, attend a medical examination and obtain certain supporting documents, all of which need to be submitted in English and with the appropriate legalization.

STEP 3
When all of Applicant’s forms are complete, the Agent will submit the application to the Government of Comoros Union and will liaise to all correspondence, queries or questions on the file that may arise.

STEP 4
The application will be vetted through a thorough due diligence back ground check which will verify the information that Applicant has provided.
The competent Authority will consider the file in the light of the due diligence report, and will take a decision about the application. Applicant will receive a letter within 1-2 months through the authorized agent who will inform the Applicant whether the application has been successful, has been delayed for further processing or has been rejected.

STEP 5
If the application is successful, then the Applicant will be instructed to make the investment payment.
Upon receiving proof of the payment, the Authority will issue the Passport and Certificate of Naturalization which may be delivered anywhere in the world by courier.

The Applicant/Agent is entirely responsible for the securing of passports.

This highly reputable program invites investors of good character to make an economic contribution to the country and in exchange, the applicant and their family can obtain full citizenship of the Union of Comoros.

Find out more about VARDIKOS & VARDIKOS legal practices by visiting our site athttp://vardikos.com/ in order tobe informed about your appropriate investment scheme. VARDIKOS & VARDIKOS act as an authorized representative of the Comoros Citizenship by Investment Program in Association with the officially authorized Agency LICA International Consulting. All the required legalizations, administrations of oaths and fingerprints retrieval can be conducted at our office premises.

  • Be a Grenadian citizen
  • Invest a substantial amount of capital in a bona fide enterprise in the U.S.
  • Be seeking to enter the U.S. solely to develop and direct the investment enterprise (showing at least 50% ownership of the enterprise or possession of operational control through a managerial position or other corporate device).