Global Citizens are entitled to high level of choice in terms of mobility, standard of life, education, locations for investment and business operations, and many more. With Encubate by your side, we can create a safe path to this freedom of choice.

Each Global Citizen program offers unique benefits. We filtered these benefits and split them into five focal groups: Cost, speed, mobility, quality of life, and simplicity. These are the benchmarks that we use to evaluate each program, based on our clients’ particular needs and goals. We compare them against one another, while we consider each client’s personal requirements, and that ultimately enables us to find the right fit for each client.

We follow a different approach than others. We take ownership of finding the most suitable program(s) for each client, individually. We do not promote or advertise a long list of residency and citizenship programs. This only confuses our clients and it diverts their attention from the main objectives they are seeking to accomplish.

From our experience, the more options we give our clients, the more they start drifting away from their initial plan, thinking that they need to change their plan to fit these programs. This is wrong practice! It is our job as experts and consultants to find the right program for you! We study each case carefully and apply many factors that help us determine the very short list of programs that match your plans.

Residency by Investment


Residency by Investment


The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program was created by the Immigration Act of 1990. The EB-5 Visa provides a method of obtaining a Green Card for foreign nationals who invest money in the United States of America. Permanent residency in the U.S. is a path to citizenship.


The new Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program is part of a series of transformational changes that build on the Canadian Government’s commitment to build a fast and flexible economic immigration system. Permanent residency in Canada is a path to citizenship.


The Panamanian government has created several laws which enable foreigners to obtain Panama passports and residency. Most of these laws have been created to promote foreign investment in the country which benefits the local economy of Panama.



Dominica's citizenship program requires making an economic contribution to the country. In exchange, applicants and their families are granted full citizenship. The economic contribution takes the form of a direct non-refundable payment made to the government.


Grenada’s Pilot scheme will allow qualified investors and their family members to apply for citizenship and benefit from facilitation of visa-free travel. The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program was launched in 2013 under the regulations of the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act.


Being proactive in facilitating investors, the Government of Antigua & Barbuda has adopted the Citizenship-by-Investment Program as one of the mechanisms to promote economic growth, attract developments, and increase the inflows of foreign direct investment in the country.


The Citizenship Program of St. Christopher (St. Kitts) was established in 1984 and requires applicants to make an economic contribution to the country. In exchange, they and their families are granted full citizenship.



The Malta IIP is aimed at ultra-high net worth individuals and families worldwide. It offers citizenship in a EU Member State that is stable, neutral and highly respected, an efficient application process, and the world’s strictest due diligence standards and vetting of applicants, thus ensuring only highly respectable clients will be admitted.


To support investment in Ireland and to enhance Ireland’s position as one of the world’s most globalized economies, the Irish Government have created the Immigrant Investor Program to facilitate investors and business professionals from outside of the EU to avail of the opportunities of investing and locating business interests in Ireland.


Offered in accordance with the Foreigners in the Republic of Bulgaria Act, the Investor Program for Residence and Citizenship includes a fast-track citizenship option. It is also one of the fastest programs to lead to residence. The fast-track option allows investors to apply for citizenship faster by doubling their investment.


Portugal has produced streamlined legislation to create an efficient process by which non-EU residents may obtain a residence permit based on investment. The legislation offers three qualifying investment routes to obtain resident status under the Golden Residence Permit program, which must be maintained for a minimum period of five years.


At the end of 2012 Hungary enacted a new legislation allowing foreign nationals to get permanent residency by investment. A residency permit in Hungary can be received via purchasing a specially issued bond with a maturity of minimum 5 years. The applicant may purchase the above bond as an individual or via his/her majority-owned company.


For entrepreneurs, self-employed individuals and investors who are not EU citizens, Belgium offers a relatively easy path to resident status and eventually to acquiring Belgian citizenship after five years of residence. Various options are available such as the set-up of an international holding structure in Belgium or investment in an existing Belgian company.