Fiji is an island country in the Pacific. It has been a popular destination for retirees and those seeking an exotic climate and a friendly tax environment.
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To apply for Fiji citizenship, the applicant must have lived in Fiji for five years within the last 10 years. You can read about how to obtain residency below.
A 7 -Year Investor Permit is issued to foreign investors who are able to show proof that a minimum of F$250,000 has been remitted from offshore and injected into the local economy as part of one’s investment portfolio under the ambits of Section 39 of the Immigration Regulation, 2007.
The following is also required:
The 3-Year Investor Permit is granted to non-citizen investors who are engaged in a business project approved by the Fiji Islands Trade and Investment Bureau (FTIB) for a minimum of F$50,000. FTIB approval is via the issuance of a Foreign Investment Certificate (FIC). Authority is under Section 9(2)(c) of the Immigration Act, 2003.
The following are also required:
The requisite fee.
A Residence Permit on Assured Income under Section 48 of the Immigration Regulations, 2007 may be issued to a person who has assets outside the Fiji Islands at his/her disposal in an amount sufficient to ensure that he/she will not become a charge on public funds while residing in Fiji. Authority is under Section 9 (2) (b) of the Immigration Act 2003.
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