Last updated: 05:34 / Monday, 8 February 2016
Written by Christian H. Kälin

What Citizenship is Best, Pros and Cons of Different Tax Residencies and More, on the Newest Edition of the Henley & Partners' Handbook

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What Citizenship is Best, Pros and Cons of Different Tax Residencies and More, on the Newest Edition of the Henley & Partners' Handbook
  • By the global leader in residence and citizenship planning
  • It includes an updated Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index
  • Available both in print and online

In today’s globalized world, individuals live and conduct business on an international scale, and the option of a second or even third residence or citizenship, and the freedom that comes with it, is enormously attractive. Countries themselves are also looking for new ways to generate growth, and have increasingly become focused on the benefits of offering investors residence or citizenship in return for some form of economic investment.

With that in mind, Henley & Partners, the global leader in residence and citizenship planning, launched on Friday the 5th edition of the Global Residence and Citizenship Handbook, an essential guide for wealthy individuals and their advisors, such as law firms, tax consultants, private banks and family offices, who are interested in international residence and citizenship.

The book presents in-depth yet practical information on all important aspects of residence rules, citizenship law, dual citizenship, passports and visa-free travel, tax and real estate planning, and many more internationally relevant topics. The new edition brings relevant updates on all featured countries, and new chapters on residence-by-investment in Australia and Guernsey, citizenship-by-investment in Grenada, an updated Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index, and new sections on the Global Residence Programs Index and the Global Citizenship Programs Index.

It is written by Christian H. Kälin, a Swiss lawyer and Chairman at Henley & Partners, and one of the pioneers and leading authorities in international residence and citizenship planning.

The Global Residence and Citizenship Handbook is available in print format from all major online book retailers including amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, and also in e-book format from all major online eBook retailers including amazon.com and iTunes.

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