Citizenship by Investment
The Montenegro Citizenship-by-Investment Program was launched by the Government of Montenegro as part of its ongoing efforts to attract foreign direct investment and increase economic activity in the country. Montenegro is at the heart of discovery, beauty, and opportunity. Long considered the pearl of the Balkans, this nation represents the ideal symbiosis between a natural and modern world. As one of the fastest growing economies in the Balkans, Montenegro is quickly becoming a key destination for investors seeking mobility, security, and increased quality of life.
Montenegro - Citizenship Program
Discover a world of benefits within Montenegro:
Visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 124 destinations including Europe’s Schengen Area, Russia, and Turkey
Citizenship in a country that is an official EU candidate country
Citizenship in a multinational and multilingual European community that enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, beautiful scenery, and a low cost of living
Citizenship in a member state of the European Monetary Union, the NATO Alliance, OSCE, and the WTO
Full citizenship granted to the applicant and included family members
Political and economic stability, underpinned by a business-oriented government
To qualify for residency or citizenship, applicants must fulfill one of the investment options below in addition to meeting the following criteria:
Possess a valid passport or another foreign travel document.
Provide documents supporting the source and origin of invested funds.
Hold no criminal record.
Attest the power of attorneys and the investment agreement.
Government Fund Donation
Applicants must make a contribution of €100,000 in the form of a government fund donation.
Real Estate Investment
In addition to the donation, applicants are required to invest in approved real estate projects in the country. Depending on where the selected projects are, applicants will have the choice of the following investment levels:
€250,000 investment in an undeveloped region (north of the country), or
€450,000 investment in a developed region (south of the country).