We Are The Founders of Vanuatu’s Citizenship By Investment Program

We Are The Founders of Vanuatu’s Citizenship By Investment Program

100% Application Success Rate, Vanuatu Head Office, Vanuatu Governments Master Agent,

We Provide A Complimentary Pre-Approval On Same Day of Request

We Provide A Complimentary Pre-Approval On Same Day of Request

All we require is a copy of the photo page of your current passport and we will have pre-approval within 12 hours for you

Secure your Migration Future in just 4 weeks.

Secure your Migration Future in just 4 weeks.

The fastest & most affordable investment passport available on the market, a single applicant is just $130,000

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Welcome to Stanford Knight and Partners

Stanford Knight is a specialist advisory firm offering immigration and investment services in the South Pacific. Our founder worked with the Vanuatu Government to develop its Citizenship by Investment programs. Based in Port Vila, Vanuatu since 2004, the group was founded on the platform of our strong analysis, management and advisory skills. We are a Master Designated Agent of the Government of Vanuatu for the Citizenship Development Support Program and are a fully recognised company and trusted service provider by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission.

What we do

The SKP Edge

Stanford Knight offers a CBI service like no other. As a licensed Designated Agent, we empower individuals and families to become global citizens by investing in Vanuatu’s Citizenship Development Support Program. We can transform your dreams into reality through delivering the highest standard in customer service, paving the way for a better, brighter and safer future.

Citizenship By Investment

The Citizenship Development Support Program was launched in early 2017 and is the only program of its type in the South Pacific. It is the fastest route to alternative citizenship-by-investment acquisition. For an investment of $130,000 for an individual applicant, you gain dual citizenship and passport within 4 weeks of application.

Global Mobility

Many passports are restrictive in their visa-free mobility, forcing individuals to obtain visas whenever they need to travel abroad. A second passport via Vanuatu's Development Support Program can offer individuals visa free travel to over 125 countries including UK, EU, Hong Kong & Singapore.

Security & Safety

A second citizenship and passport from a stable, peaceful country can be life-saving in the event of any kind of political unrest in one’s home country or global pandemic. This type of insurance is priceless for investors and their families.

Where do you want to go?

Citizenship

The Government of the Republic of Vanuatu launched the Citizenship Development Support Program (DSP) in 2017 for the purpose of raising funds to support infrastructure and promoting economic development of Vanuatu. Applicants may apply for citizenship by contributions to the Government of Vanuatu of $130,000 for an individual applicant and $180,000 for a family of four members. The citizenship acquired under the DSP program is fully recognised by the Government of Vanuatu and recipients maintain the full right to reside in Vanuatu at all times and the 10 year passport is renewable upon expiry. Furthermore, citizenship is hereditary.

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Process

Stanford Knight can process your application faster than any other service provider and ensure you are informed along the way. The process will take 4 weeks from receiving initial documents and all processes can be conducted outside of Vanuatu.

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Vanuatu – South Pacific Paradise

Vanuatu, officially the Republic of Vanuatu, is a South Pacific island nation made from an archipelago of 83 islands with rich history and culture. Vanuatu is located in the South Pacific Ocean east of Australia, north-east of New Caledonia and west of Fiji. Vanuatu is a member of the Commonwealth and its citizens are considered Commonwealth citizens granting them additional rights in the United Kingdom and certain Commonwealth countries.

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