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UK CTA Residency Visa 
Visa free countries: 5 (UK & Republic of Ireland)
CTA : The Common Travel Area is an open borders area comprising the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandIreland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands.
The British Overseas Territories are not included. Based on agreements that are not legally binding, the internal borders of the Common Travel Area (CTA) are subject to minimal controls, if any, and can normally be crossed by British and Irish citizens with minimal identity documents with certain exceptions.[1][2] The maintenance of the CTA involves considerable co-operation on immigration matters between the British and Irish authorities.



The UK and its capital, London, are amongst the world's major financial, commercial and cultural hubs. The population of 65 million people enjoys some of the highest standards of living available, supported by a centuries-old democracy and well-respected legal system that ensure political and economic stability.


Invest £2,000,000 or more in UK government bonds, share capital or loan capital in active and trading UK registered companies.

  • ​The £2,000,000 investment must be made within three months of arrival in the UK.

  • Applicants must be from outside the EEA or Switzerland.


  • Month 1

    Apply-collect visa. 
    Enter country. 
    Make investment within 90 days.

  • Year 1 -4 years                                                                                                                                           No more than 180 days absent from the country.

  • Year 3.                                                                                                                                                     Visa extension. 

  • Year 5

    Permanent residence granted. 
    No more than 90 days absent from the country.

  • Year 6

    UK citizenship may be granted provided no more than 450 days were spent outside the UK in the previous five years.

Jersey Investor Visa Programme

Jersey is a British island located between the UK and France. Residents enjoy one of the world's highest standards of living, a stable government and legal system, as well as regular daily flights to London, just one hour away.


A small island of just 120 sq. km, Jersey does not form part of the the UK, but has been a Crown Dependency since 1204 and is considered British. The island enjoys stable government, low personal and corporate tax rates and an independent legal system that has a particularly strong understanding of the financial services sector.

Globally connected island living

Lying just 170km south of the UK and 20km west of France, Jersey is a proudly independent island that has maintained its loyalty to the British Crown for over 800 years. The island forms neither a part of the United Kingdom nor the European Union, so is not subject to the procedures surrounding the UK's exit from the EU.

It has its own constitutional government and independence in terms of policy, legislation and taxation. The Investor Visa Programme provides unrestricted access to the the Common Travel Area - the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Ireland. UK Citizenship, and visa-free access to 173 countries, can be awarded after six years. 

Jersey's economy is dominated by the financial services industry, in which it has developed an excellent reputation in the trust, funds and corporate services sectors. Its role as an important conduit for international investment has ensured that the island maintains close links to the City of London, reflected in several flights each day to and from London Gatwick and London City airports.

The strength of the island's economy ensures that residents enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world. The small population of just 104,200,and close-knit community mean that crime rates are extremely low, making Jersey an ideal place to raise a family. The education system is excellent, with several private schools that take students through to A-levels, with the expectation of continuing on to university either in the UK or further afield.

Jersey enjoys a temperate climate with cool winters and mild summers. The island has a busy town with a growing central business district and a varied geography, including woodland, dramatic cliffs and 70 km of beautiful beaches.

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