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The Real Estate Investment Summit Presents: Cyprus Citizenship and Residency

The Real Estate Investment Summit Presents: Cyprus Citizenship and Residency

More than 100 immigration experts from 24 countries are expected to attend the 3rd Cyprus Citizenship and Residency by Real Estate Investment Summit.

The summit will be held on 24-26 May at Lanitis Harbor Lemesos, in Limassol, where the prospects of the Cypriot economy will be presented, but the focus will be on the latest developments of naturalization programs.

With Cyprus being considered an attractive destination by foreign investors due to the programs of citizenship and permanent residence permit, the 3rd Cyprus Citizenship and Residency Investment Summit is of particular interest.

Professionals in the provision of immigration services will be informed about real estate and investment opportunities and passport schemes. At the summit there will be a total of 31 major and attractive investment opportunities from the real estate industry to the global investment community and more specifically to those interested in migration.

Additionally, participants will also be from immigration offices, housing agencies, law firms, international investment and consulting companies and family offices from Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

More specifically, there are 20 representatives from the United Kingdom, 18 from the United Arab Emirates, 17 from China, 9 from Russia, 8 from Canada, 5 from Jordan, 4 from India, P from Egypt, 3 from Hong Kong, 3 from Iran, two from North Africa, two from Switzerland, two Vietnamese, and one representative will participate from Hungary, Channel Islands, Austria, Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Portugal, Belgium, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan.

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