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The Cyprus Citizenship Program - How to find freedom in an unfree world!

Freedom is the opportunity to live your life the way you want it. These are the words of Harry Browne who wrote the book "How I found freedom in an unfree world".

As a leading Immigration Advisory Group, we are assisting our clients worldwide and providing essential solutions to our High Net worth Clients interested in advantageous programs that offer them and their family's visa free travelling, EU Permanent Residency & Citizenship, a Safe Investment in Residential and Commercial Property, legal and tax solutions.

Under our Group's specialized guidance we advise and assist businessmen and their family's to expand their business into the European Union and beyond.

The Cyprus Citizenship Program is currently one of the most desirable Immigration Programs in Europe attracting a huge response due to the very attractive key benefits

Key points:
Passports to be issued within a period of approximately 90 daysPassports to be issued to the investor, their married spo…

How powerful is your Passport?

Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom top the list of "How Powerful is your Passport" among 173 countries involved in the survey.

The bottom of the list poses no surprises with countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Libya, Syria, Iran, China, Egypt, Nigeria and other African countries with extremely limited access to no more than 28 to 50 countries!

By obtaining Cyprus Citizenship you and your family can Travel freely to over 151 countries!

To 72 countries without any Visa, including Canada, most of South America, Switzerland, Israel, Japan, Korea and Singapore
Unrestricted travel between all European member states including all advantages of being a European.

More than 70 countries grant entry visa upon arrival.
Can easily obtain visas for the US A, China and Russia through the respective embassies in Cyprus.

Since 2012 the Cyprus Government has launched an incentive - Citizenship by Investing - allowing nationals of Third World Countries to attain European Cyp…

Figaro - Russian State Kremlin Ballet, Cyprus, June 2014

The Russian State Kremlin Ballet , one of the most famous classical ballet companies of the world, is coming to Cyprus with a 60 member group, to present a new ballet work, “Figaro”. This ballet is based on music of Rossini and Motzart and has been choreographed by the Artistic Director of the Company, Andrei Petrov.

“Figaro” has never been performed anywhere else in the world except in Russia and this performance in Cyprus is a world premier outside Russia of the ballet. The ballet has received outstanding reviews not only for its libretto and choreography but also for the stage presentation, costumes and music adaptation.

Municipal Gardens Theater
Lord Byron Street
Limassol, Limassol 3105, Cyprus

From: Friday, June 27th, 2014 until: Saturday, June 28th, 2014
Time: 20:30

€25 / €20 / €15 / for children: €10

Contact and more informationFor more information call: 25588694
Tickets available at the box office of the theater, at all ACS Couriers outlets and on…

Cyprus Financial Crisis: How, When & Why

The Cypriot financial crisis was generated by the exposure of Cypriot banks to the Greek debt haircut, the downgrading of the Cypriot economy to junk status by international rating agencies and the inability of the government to refund its state expenses.

In September 2011, just 2 months after the Evangelos Florakis Naval Base explosion, the credit rating of Cyprus was downgraded by all major credit rating agencies. Despite Cyprus's population and small economy, the island has a large off-shore banking industry that was shaken to its foundations during the financial turmoil. With a total amount of €19.5 billion, the country was unable to stabilize its banks.

A report published a year ago by a team of 16 Cypriot economists attributes the causes of the crisis to sliding competitiveness and increasing public and private debt that were exacerbated by the banking crisis.
Since January 2012, Cyprus has been relying on a €2.5 billion emergency loan from Russia to cover its budget defici…

Eurocypria of Cyprus goes belly up, leaving thousands of tourists in the lurch

The Cypriot Charter Airline Company Eurocypria with its ongoing financial challenges finally announced on Thursday an indefinite suspension of all flights. This desperately bad news for Cyprus Tourism is expected to disrupt the travel arrangements of thousands of international tourists.
The state-owned board of Eurocypria made this desperate announcement after its 320 staff declared an indefinite strike over job losses. Rumours surrounding the airline seems have impacted on the distraction of its staff, which by some reports compromised air safety. More specifically the Company stated "The executive board has decided to indefinitely suspend the company's flight programme from midnight, November 4,". The  board went onto advise the Government in the capacity of sole owner to proceed with entering the process of the Company liquidation at the earliest juncture and moreover to seek alternative employment for the Companies existing employees. As the dust settles, it appears tha…

The best kept secret in Cyprus, Agii Anargyri Natural Healing Spa Resort

Are you a fan of agricultural tourism? Looking for a place to go this spring? Well, look no further. On the beautiful island of Cyprus, in the mountains that are home to the Wine Routes of Cyprus, 20 minutes from the town of Paphos, one can discover a real heaven in the form of a Spa Resort!       
Agii Anargyri Natural Healing Spa Resort opened its doors in May 2009 presenting a world with a sublime experience. Set in a valley of mature trees, the resort offers a unique retreat, a place of profound calm and the opportunity to enjoy the health-giving waters which have benefited visitors of the area for so many years.
The spa hotel has been extended, renovated and refurbished in natural stone and timber in traditional Cypriot architectural style. It is set amid fragrant citrus groves and other mature trees. The area teams with plant and animal life, but at night peace descends. The silence is broken only by nightingales, the occasional owl and sometimes a chorus of frogs.
Back in 1983 Zen…