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Do things! Did Britain and Canada negotiate a coup d'etat?
Guide reading:At 5:33 a.m. Beijing time on December 5, Simon Jolin-Barrette, Minister of Immigration of Quebec, Canada, said in response to questions from reporters that the government of Quebec would reduce the number of immigrants in the province by 20% next year
Towards the end of the year, it is unexpected that there will be a coup d'etat!
 
Britain and Canada have joined hands to bring the news of "suspension" and "sharp reduction of quotas". This is doing something!
 
First: Tier1 investment visa suspended! What else can we do to emigrate to Britain?
 
British Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes announced on December 6 that he would suspend Tier 1 investment visas for people with a net worth of at least 2 million in the UK and take effect at midnight on Friday (8 a.m. Beijing time, Dec. 7). The report points out that Tier 1 investment visa will not be reopened until the new regulations are implemented next year.
 
Do things! Did Britain and Canada negotiate a coup d'etat?
Screenshots of the BBC's official website
 
As for the future direction of the policy, it will be further updated in 2019 after the Ministry of the Interior has assessed the overall situation.
 
However, it is certain that from 2019, independent and regulated auditors will assess applicants'financial and investment interests, and the review of sources of funds will be more stringent, and their holding time must be two years; moreover, the future direction of UK immigration policy is more towards those who can contribute to local economic and social development, or recruit talents.
 
There is only a one-day buffer period between the announcement of the coup d'etat and its entry into force. This is another emergency coup d'etat following the "one size fits all" of Canadian federal immigrants and the closure of Hong Kong's investment immigration program. Global immigration policy is becoming more and more tighter and tighter.
 
Do things! Did Britain and Canada negotiate a coup d'etat?
 
What if I want to go to Britain?
 
"Curve to save the nation", Cyprus and Malta are good choices!
 
Cyprus is a European Union country. After obtaining its passport, Cyprus can live and work in any European Union country you desire, and enjoy the educational and medical resources of the European Union at the highest cost-effective rate.
 
How to obtain a Cyprus passport?
Invest in more than 2 million euros of housing or more than 2 million euros of commercial real estate investment, and purchase more than 500,000 euros of housing.
 
Malta, as the only "four-in-one" country in the world, is a member of the European Union, the euro zone, the Commonwealth and the Schengen countries. The acquisition of Maltese citizenship also means the acquisition of EU citizenship, free settlement, study, work and welfare in any EU member state, and the exemption of 165 countries and regions worldwide, including the United States and Canada.
 
How to obtain a Maltese passport?
Contribute 650,000 euros to the National Development Fund of Malta and purchase residential property with a value of at least 350,000 euros for at least five years; or rent a house for at least five years with a rent of at least 16,000 euros per year and invest in stocks/bonds with a value of at least 150,000 euros for at least five years.
 
Moreover, Aunt May has made it clear that EU citizens who are allowed to stay in Britain after leaving Europe will enjoy the same rights and guarantees as EU citizens who arrived in Britain before December 31, 2020.
 
In other words, Cyprus passport and Malta passport can still activate British permanent residence!
 
Second: Quebec Canada cut its immigration quota as a foregone conclusion!
 
Just like negotiation, there is a "pause" on the British side and a "quota reduction" on the Canadian side.
 
At 5:33 a.m. Beijing time on December 5, Simon Jolin-Barrette, Minister of Immigration of Quebec, Canada, said in response to questions from reporters that the government of Quebec would reduce the number of immigrants in the province by 20% next year (including investment immigrants), which means that the number of immigrants in Quebec will decrease from about 50,000 this year to about 40,000 next year (Shen of Mainland China). The quota will also drop to about 1000!