|The Turks & Caicos Islands is a ‘‘British Offshore Territory‘‘ situated approx. 575 miles south east of Miami, FL, approximately 1.5 hours flying time by the Partnership’s Business Jet. The territory has a stable, locally elected government, enacting local ordinances and laws, but with a level of British oversight in place.||The English speaking Turks & Caicos Islands has a population of approximately 35,000, most of which reside on the most developed island, Providenciales, 40 miles west north west of Ambergris Cay. Ambergris Cay has its own built in facilities as shown below. The Turks & CaicosIslands has the third largest barrier reef system in the world.||The Turks & Caicos is an offshore, tax-free domicile, with no direct taxation on income, capital, capital gains, corporation or withholding taxes. There is also no property tax or VAT. The US dollar is used as currency making it an ideal location for the Partnership’s US Private Export Bank as an International Financial Centre.|
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The Airport Facilities include a 5,700 foot private airstrip at Harold Charles International Airport, the longest private airstrip in the Caribbean. Harold Charles International Airport offers international certification, aircraft accommodations up to a GV and on-site Customs & Immigration upon re-use as the planned Partnership Business Resort.
A total Business Resort is planned for development at Ambergris Cay to cater for the Partnership’s Caribbean Export / Import business and related ventures with all the marketing tools available.
Ambergris Cay is believed to be an ideal location for the Partnership’s World Visa to be launched through the initial development of the US Bank Holding Company. The investment in the World Visa shall allow the Partnership’s Visa Members to invest for establishing its presence in the Americas’ Region for its Export / Import Business and related ventures through the IFC.
The luxury Business Resort developed in Ambergris Cay by the Partnership shall allow its Visa Members to obtain a Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC) with TCI prior approval with the ability to have a British Offshore Territory Citizenship Passport at the end of five (5) years; having the capacity to be exchanged for USA and Commonwealth Citizenship if needed.
Note: The Partnership is not dependant on the Ambergris Caye purchase as its main initial investment in TCI, shall be the establishment of the TCI Private Bank Branch following approval by the US Federal Reserve Board and the TCI Government.
Grand Turk is the administrative and political capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands and Cockburn Town has been the seat of government since 1766. This small island is bursting with turn-of-the-century Caribbean history and charm with its Bermudan British colonial architecture amidst colourful, Caribbean-style dwellings.
Grand Turk is six miles long and just over a mile wide and like the other islands, is blessed with miles of quiet sugary beaches and is close to several uninhabited cays just waiting to be explored. Grand Turk excels in providing spectacular diving, snorkelling, fishing and sailing.
A port of call for several cruise ships, Grand Turk is a bustling tourist destination and thriving commercial industry for expanding the Business of the Partnership throughout the Americas with its Visa Members as shown in the map below. TCI is marked ‘A’.
Major Cities’ Sq. Miles Throughout the Americas.