McMillan Woods Cyprus can offer a full range of services to non-European Citizens who are interested in obtaining a Cypriot Citizenship (Passport) or a Permanent Residence Permit in Cyprus.
The Government of Cyprus has introduced a number of new regulations with the intention to attract non-EU Citizens to invest through various options, including buying a property in Cyprus. By investing in Cyprus, investors acquire either a Permanent Residency or Citizenship/Passport, therefore gaining access to all of Europe.
Our company provides the following services regarding Citizenship and Obtaining a Residence Permit:
Our team of highly experienced professionals can advise you further on obtaining the Cyprus Citizenship or the Cyprus Residency Permit.
Cyprus Citizenship FAQs
• Copies of passport • Birth certificate • Marriage certificate (if applicable) • Certificate of clean criminal record • Copy of a utility bill as a proof of the address (not older than 6 months) • CV • Bank reference letter • Individual photos
Yes. (a) Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs), who hold or have held public office over the past five years. (b) Persons against whom a criminal investigation was conducted. (c) Persons under criminal investigation. (d) Persons sentenced to imprisonment for serious offenses (eg. bribery, tax evasion, etc.), even though the sentence period has expired. (e) Persons affiliated with legal entities which are under restrictions by the European Union (EU), eg. shareholders or senior executives of companies that are included in a list of sanctions. (f) Persons affiliated with legal entities which have been restricted by the European Union (EU) but are no longer associated with them, eg. former executives of the companies who, at the time the sanctions regime was introduced, controlled them. This condition does not apply to those who had resigned before the sanctions were imposed. (g) Persons who have fallen under sanctions by third countries (eg. US, Russia, Ukraine). (h) Persons related to legal entities who have fallen under sanctions by third countries. (i) Persons investigated or being under investigation, or those who have been convicted for criminal offenses, including persons wanted by EUROPOL or INTERPOL. (j) Persons who have fallen under sanctions by the United Nations Security Council (UN).
Usually from the date of application 4-6 months.
Yes from 15/05/2019 the new amendment requires the applicant to make a donation to the state-owned funds of 150,000 euros in total.
Yes, the residency program is 300.000 euros plus VAT.