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Investor visa fall suggests Britain is turning off rich migrants

The investor visa programme allows high net worth individuals to 'fast track' their route to British citizenship if they are willing to make a substantial financial investment in the UK.

This had been an attractive option for wealthy families looking to settle permanently in the UK. To read more on why new rules and a tax-avoidance crackdown mean Britain is looking less attractive to foreign HNWs, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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