How has COVID changed the global migration landscape?

Oct 12, 2021 | Global, Investor Visas

A once-in-a-century pandemic brought the world to a screeching halt and upended daily life. Freedom of mobility was put on pause as travel restrictions, lockdowns and border shutdowns became the new norm. All industries worldwide were impacted. In the global residency and citizenship by investment industry, the pandemic had a slightly unexpected impact among investors and entrepreneurs. The pandemic brought forward a new perspective on planning and a heightened interest in enhanced global mobility through RCBI programs in a post-pandemic world.

Where is the industry headed? WR Immigration Managing Partner weighs in – read the entire Q&A here.

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