Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Visa Program
Citizenship by Investment
Located on the Balkan Peninsula, Montenegro is known for its picturesque landscape. From its
coastal seas to resplendent mountains, this charming country is becoming one of Europe’s most
sought-after luxury destinations. Famous for its Porto Montenegro, this yachting marina is home
to some of the most sophisticated super yachts.
Not only does the country attract some of the world’s most elite, but it is also home to an incredibly stable economy. While Montenegro is not officially a part of the EU, it is anticipated to receive EU membership by 2025.
The program was initially launched in 2019 and set to run for three years until Dec 31st, 2021, with a maximum number of applicants fixed at 2,000. Following interruptions with COVID-19 — the program is widely viewed as a limited offer that may expire anytime.
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Fast procedure. Residency within 3 weeks and approval of citizenship within six months.
Dependents under 18 years of age are also granted citizenship with main applicants.
No language requirements.
No obligation to relinquish current nationality.
Candidate country for future expansion of the EU, expected by 2025.
E-2 Treaty Program signed between Montenegro and the United States which allows citizens of Montenegro to reside and work in the U.S. under an E-2 Investor Visa.
Global mobility with access to 116 nations visa-free.
Strategic geographical location in Europe with direct access to Adriatic Sea.
Porto Montenegro; one of the world’s finest yachting marinas.
An outstanding holiday destination
Government Fund Donation
Applicants must make a contribution of €100,000 in the form of a government fund donation for the Development of Underdeveloped Municipalities Fund.
Update: Starting 2022, applicants are required to make an additional contribution of €100,000 in the form of a government fund donation for the Innovation Fund.
Real Estate Investment
In addition to the donation, applicants are required to invest in approved real estate projects in the country. Depending on where the selected projects are, applicants will have the choice of the following investment levels:
- €250,000 investment in an undeveloped region (north of the country), or
- €450,000 investment in a developed region (south of the country).
Possess a valid passport or another foreign travel document.
Provide documents supporting the source and origin of invested funds.
Hold no criminal record.
Attest the power of attorneys and the investment agreement.