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A second passport to safeguard the family

Posted by Monique Copti on November 23, 2020 at 10:08 AM

Since the economic slowdown resulting from the pandemic in March 2020, a large majority of business people and investors have taken this forced time away from their regular business activities to think about their financial and family's future.

Growing global uncertainties have accelerated their decision-making process, and many have opted for a holistic approach that will protect their assets and secure their family's future in the long term, for generations to come.

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Topics: Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment, Security (assets and family), Quality of life, Second Citizenship, Travel

A Growing Economic Class in Canada’s Immigration

Posted by Melissa Godmer, Planner - Citizenship By Investment on June 6, 2019 at 11:29 AM

With today’s global uncertainties, individuals are coming to Canada from everywhere around the world in order to preserve their children’s future, escape their country’s situation and to have peace of mind.

As the second largest country in the world, Canada represents a true opportunity for individuals who are looking for an incomparable quality of life, away from present turmoil and uncertainties for themselves and their family.

Canada offers access to a second residence in a safe and peaceful environment, with economic and political stability, a reputable and subsidized education system, as well as a gateway to the very large North-American business market.

More and more countries are now closing their doors to people, and Canada has taken the opposite approach in opening its door to talent, skills and individuals who are seeking protection from their country of origin, as well as wealthy international investors and their families.

As reported by Statistics Canada, it is projected that by 2036, immigrants could count for approximately 30% of the total Canadian population.

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Topics: Canada for a Better Future for My Family, Security (assets and family), Quality of life, Second Citizenship, Wealth Preservation


Posted by Monique Copti on May 3, 2017 at 10:37 AM

Westmount, Montreal, Quebec

As a wealthy family looking to establish yourself in Canada, you will first have to find the best place to live. Security, beautiful landscape, renown private schools, peaceful parks and a great cultural life are some of the aspects to consider before deciding on buying a property, for a better quality of life. You will certainly find these advantages in Canada’s most luxurious districts.


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Topics: Canada for a Better Future for My Family, Quality of life

The World's Best Places to Raise a Family

Posted by Monique Copti on March 31, 2017 at 11:27 AM

There are many reasons that would make families want to know which are the best countries to live in. Some parents may be looking for peace of mind, while others seek the best education for children. Ultimately, the search for a better quality of life that offers the certainty of preserving children's future are the biggest factors that lead families to the decision to become residents of another country.  

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Topics: Canada for a Better Future for My Family, Quality of life

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Did you know that the diversification of assets, of residency, and citizenships, will allow high net worth individuals to preserve their future?

In this blog, we publish important information to help you understand why high net worth individuals choose to diversify their assets and secure their family's future with a second residency or citizenship.

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