CyprusCitizenship in Europe


Real estate

EUR 2,000,000

Government Bonds

EUR 5,000,000

Cyprus companies

EUR 5,000,000

Investment Mix

EUR 5,000,000

Collective investment

EUR 2,500,000 totalling EUR 15,000,000

Bank Account

EUR 5,000,000

Cypriot passport

Passport rank


Visa free travel

158 countries

Processing time

6 months

EU Citizenship


Residency requirements


Dual citizenship


Why Cyprus Citizenship?

  • Fast track citizenship approved in 6 months.
  • Permanent lifetime EU citizenship with one-time investment.
  • Pleasant climate with mild winters and dry summers.
  • No physical residence requirements.
  • Redeemable real estate investment (no wasting money!)
  • No military service.
  • No cypriot language tests.
  • No restrictions on multiple citizenship (dual).
  • Best choice of investment in real estate (can be sold later)
  • No taxes based on citizenship, unless domiciled based on tax resident status.
  • Mix of investments allowed (real estate, bonds, business etc.)
  • Best education, healthcare and low cost of living.
  • Excellent education and health care system in EU
  • No visa required for travel to UK, EU member states, Canada, Singapore etc. over 160 countries
  • Live, work, study in 35 EU member states (Switzerland, Austria, France, Germany, UK, Sweden etc..)
  • Future children automatically acquire EU citizenship.
  • Political stability and a high standard of living.
  • Low crime rates.
  • Easy application process with high approval rates.
  • Dependents, spouse and children under 28 can be included in one single citizenship application.
  • No requirement to relinquish current nationality (dual citizenship freely allowed)
  • The acquisition of citizenship in Cyprus is not reported to other countries.
  • No restrictions on applicants from any country.

Processing time

6 months

Republic of Cyprus

Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία  (Greek)
Kıbrıs Cumhuriyeti  (Turkish)
Flag of Cyprus
Coat of arms of Cyprus
Flag Coat of arms
and largest city
35°10′N 33°22′E
Official languages
  • Greek
  • Turkish[2]
Minority languages
  • Armenian
  • Cypriot Arabic
  • Cypriot Greek
  • Cypriot Turkish
Ethnic groups
  • Greek Cypriots
  • Turkish Cypriots
  • Armenians
  • Maronites
Demonym Cypriot
Government Unitary presidentialconstitutional republic
• President
Nicos Anastasiades
• President of the Parliament
Demetris Syllouris
Legislature House of Representatives
Independence from the United Kingdom
• Zürich and London Agreement
19 February 1959
• Independence proclaimed
16 August 1960
• Independence Day
1 October 1960
• Joined the European Union
1 May 2004
• Total[b]
9,251 km2 (3,572 sq mi) (168th)
• Water (%)
• 2013 estimate
1,141,166[b][3] (158th)
• 2011 census
• Density
123.4[b][5]/km2(319.6/sq mi) (82nd)
GDP (PPP) 2014 estimate
• Total
$27.516 billion[6] (125th)
• Per capita
$30,882[6] (37th)
GDP (nominal) 2014 estimate
• Total
$23.263 billion[6] (105th)
• Per capita
$26,109[6] (31st)
Gini (2011) 29.1[7]
low · 19th
HDI (2014) Steady 0.850[8]
very high · 32nd
Currency Euro (EUR)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
• Summer (DST)
Drives on the left
Calling code +357
ISO 3166 code CY
Internet TLD .cy[d]

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