Asia

To better serve the applicants and investors, GBS is cooperating with various private agents globally. Although we have done our due diligence in finding the best agents, we require for all potential investors and applicants to do their own due diligence, along with reading the below Notices and our Legal contents.

Master Agent

Main office

Global Business Solutions (GBS) – Skopje, North Macedonia

Regional office

Asara Group DMCC

19A Silver Tower, Cluster I, JLT, Dubai, UAE
+971 50 989 1517
+971 50 503 8903
+971 50 250 3210
contact[at]gbs.mk
www.passport.mk

Asia agents

Agent and Master Compliance Agent

Harvey Law Group (HLG)

Units 2505-6, 25/F China Online Centre, 333 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: (+852) 2 116 1333
Email: info@harveylawcorporation.com
www.harveylawcorporation.com

VGlobal Partners

Floor 4, The Prince Residence, 17 – 19 – 21 Nguyen Van Troi, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: (+84) 938 180 623
Email: support@vglobalpartners.com
www.vglobalpartners.com

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Do your due diligence. Agents shall only market the program, and are not allowed to collect payment on behalf of the two Funds. It is highly advisable for you to communicate with reputable licensed agents and only seek legal advise from law firms. 

It is further recommended for applicants to use the agent services in the country where you wish to get a citizenship or submit your application. The best is for all payments to be made to our entity in North Macedonia (where all activities are fully supervised and regulated by various government organizations), and our firm in turn deals with your designated/contracted Immigration agent in your country.

Please take note that Investors MUST pay the amount of investment directly and only to the official account of the designated government authorized Funds inside North Macedonia.  The Funds do NOT have any accounts outside of North Macedonia.

Please also note, no one can purchase North Macedonia passport; it is illegal.  The only process is either by birth, naturalization (by process of marriage or parents), or economic investment contribution.

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