It is the first program of its kind to offer this unique combination of visa-free travel destinations.

The MCBI program regulations further stipulate that a person who has been denied a visa to a country or territory with which Moldova has visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel arrangements and who has not subsequently obtained a visa to that jurisdiction shall not be accepted to the MCBI program.

Moldova has implemented a four-tier due diligence system, which is considered the most thorough in the world.

Biometric passport fees amount to EUR 300 per individual.

It is imperative that main applicants and their dependents have a completely clear background, with no criminal record.

The MCBI program provides successful applicants with an abundance of benefits, which include enhanced global mobility, expanded business opportunities, and greater lifestyle freedom.

The Republic of Moldova has a stable economy and a passport that offers diverse travel freedom.In addition, applicants are required to pay government fees of EUR 5,000 for the main applicant, EUR 2,500 for a spouse, EUR 1,000 for a child aged 0 to 15 years, EUR 2,500 for a dependent child aged 16 to 29 years, and EUR 5,000 for a dependent parent — of the main applicant or of the spouse — who is 55 years of age or older.Due diligence fees are EUR 6,000 for the main applicant and EUR 5,000 for a spouse, dependent children older than 16 years, and/or dependent parents.The government understands that to achieve this crucial objective, it needs to employ the most up-to-date developmental practices — especially when it comes to innovation, new technologies, and investment.Moldova is therefore undergoing a comprehensive process of modernization and reformation that will see it realizing its economic potential.The country has already spearheaded a number of global technological advances, and it aims to use the foreign direct investment generated by the MCBI program to power its progress across all sectors.