Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between donation linked citizenship (DSP) and investment linked citizenship (CIIP)?

Citizenship via DSP involves a donation to the Government in return for citizenship and passport.

Citizenship via CIIP involves partial Government fees for citizenship and a direct investment into Vanuatu primary sector, specifically Vanuatu Coffee Impact Fund.

When do I get my investment returned?

It is anticipated the investment term will be a minimum of four years.

Can I pay via cryptocurrency?

Yes, For both CIIP & DSP citizenship applications, full fees can be paid via cryptocurrency with most major forms of crypto currencies accepted.

Do I need to renounce my current citizenship?

No, Most countries allow dual citizenship, check with our team whether you are eligible to apply.

Do I need to visit Vanuatu to obtain citizenship?

No, the entire process can be completed remotely with no need to visit or reside in Vanuatu. Contact us today to start exploring your options.

Does Vanuatu share information about their economic citizens?

No information is shared to 3rd parties. Vanuatu takes its sovereignty and that of its citizens very seriously

Who can acquire citizenship together with the main investor?
  • Spouse
  • Children under 18 years of age
  • Resident dependent children aged 18 – 25 years
  • Resident dependent parents aged 50+ years
Under what circumstances could my application be rejected?
  1. Providing false information
  2. Non-disclosure of a criminal conviction or proceedings for serious criminal convictions.
    • If you have any previous historical convictions you think may affect your application, contact us for a free consultation to review your file.