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Welcome to the Vanuatu Citizenship by Investment Program. In January 2017, the Government of the Republic of Vanuatu launched their Development Support Program (VDSP) for the purpose of raising funds to support infrastructure and promoting economic development of Vanuatu. The DSP was enacted by the Vanuatu Government under the Citizenship Act (CAP 112) with the powers conferred on the Prime Minister by Section 20 of the Citizenship Act (112) Order No.215 of 2016. Pursuant to the Order, candidates may apply for Vanuatu Honorary Citizenship by contribution of USD 260,000 per application to the Government of Vanuatu.
On August 24, 2017, the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, in the official Gazette, published that he replaced the DSP. From this time, the Honorary Citizenship will be offered for US$ 143,000 incl. Government and due diligence fees. The citizenship acquired under the DSP program is fully recognized by the Government of Vanuatu and the nationality is regarded as Ni-Vanuatu. Those applying for and receiving Vanuatu Citizenship under the DSP have the full right to reside in Vanuatu at all times and the passport is renewable upon expiry. Honorary Citizenship is hereditary. We will guide you through the whole submitting process for the Vanuatu Citizenship Program.
Vanuatu Development Support Program
BMS, doing business through its associates who is the Trade Attaché for South East Asia, GCC & India for the government of Republic of Vanuatu, was approved by the Vanuatu Citizenship Commission as one of its designated agents to facilitate applications under the Vanuatu Development Support Program as specified in its agreement with the Vanuatu Citizenship Commission. Therefore, any interested clients who wish to obtain a Vanuatu Honorary Citizenship are requested to contact us for a reliable assistance on the citizenship process.
Deputy Prime Minister Bob Loughman – BMS Trade Attaché for South East Asia meets Deputy Prime Minister Bob Loughman
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ralph Regenvanu – BMS Trade Attaché for South East Asia meets Minister of Foreign Affairs Ralph Regenvanu