Why Vanuatu?

Vanuatu might be described as an “undiscovered Pacific gem”.  In a world plagued by crisis and uncertainty, Vanuatu is “far removed” in every sense of the word…..and yet with daily connections through Australia and New Zealand  is still easily accessible.
The value of obtaining Vanuatu Citizenship is not only for peace of mind today, but for the protection and pure pleasure for future generations to enjoy.
As the only Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) of its type in the Asia Pacific Hemisphere, Vanuatu Citizenship is as unique, as it is valuable to hold.
Often compared to the Caribbean as an option for Citizenship by Investment, Vanuatu prides itself on being unique in many aspects.

Vanuatu Quick Facts

  • Gained Independence from the UK/France in 1980
  • Was previously named the “New Hebrides”
  • Administrative Capital – Port Vila
  • Y-shaped Pacific Archipelago of 83 Islands (65 populated)
  • Spanning over 1,300 km and around 12,000 Km2
  • Population of around 280,000
  • Official languages are English and French
  • Ranked in the Top 5 of the Happy Planet Index (latest ranking 2016)
  • 2.5 hours flight from Australia
  • 3.5 hours flight from New Zealand

Features of Vanuatu Citizenship Program

  • (Still) The only Citizenship program in the Asia-Pacific Hemisphere
  • Visa-free access to over 127 countries, including Schengen Area and UK
  • Fast processing (around 45-60 days)
  • No language requirement
  • No requirement to visit or to reside in order to obtain the Citizenship
  • Hereditary Citizenship
  • Oath Swearing Ceremony in convenient locations
  • Bitcoin payment accepted

Getting to Vanuatu

Air Vanuatu is the national airline – it operates a fleet of modern aircraft and provides excellent service across its comprehensive network.  Air Vanuatu has an ambitious expansion plan which will see more aircraft and routes added.
With the completion of a runway extension project, long-haul passenger jets can now be accommodated which opens up the possibility of new routes from around Asia – with enhanced connectivity to the Indian sub-continent, Middle East and Europe.

Image credit: Air Vanuatu website