IMC Field Offices

IMC Field Offices (IMC FOs)

The Investment Migration Council (IMC) is pleased to announce a new initiative in its long-term strategy to expand its global operations and connectivity with the investment migration community.

In the coming months, the IMC will be replacing its Representative Regional Offices (RROs) with IMC Field Offices (IMC FOs) in various locations where investment migration has a healthy potential for growth and expansion. Initially, field offices will be set up in Antigua & Barbuda, St. Lucia, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, Cayman Islands, United Kingdom, USA, Spain, China Portugal, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Panama. Applications for other locations are also welcomed.

Therefore, an open call to IMC members is now open for members who demonstrate the willingness to participate in this new project.

Successful applicants will be required to perform the following operations:

  • Building networks among IM operators
  • Recruiting new IMC members
  • Gathering up to date intelligence on IM developments
  • Holding meetings with local authorities to advance the IMC mission
  • Producing articles on authoritative newspapers and journals promoting the IMC
  • Providing informed advice to the IMC on strategies to be adopted in specific countries.
  • Promoting IMC products and services such as IMCET education courses and IMC events
  • Performing any other reasonable tasks set to them by the IMC from time to time

Applicants will need to meet the following compulsory requirements:

  • Be a fully paid-up IMC Professional Member for at least the last 2 years
  • Be in possession of or studying for the full Certification in Investment Migration offered by IMC Education & Training
  • Attend the Annual Forum as a paying delegate or partner during the term of office
  • Participate with at least a paid profile directory listing in the annual IM Yearbook during the term of office
  • Be a permanent resident of the country to which the application is tied to
  • Be a local licensed or authorised agent, lawyer, accountant or other regulated professional
  • Be in possession of clean professional reputation and police conduct and have no criminal record
  • Does not participate in promoting IM programmes that bring the industry into disrepute

Importantly, the selection process will be transparent, with all applicants screened against selection criteria by a third party with the final decision vested with the elected IMC governing board.


Members can apply at any time, with selections made bi-annually.

The process takes around 10 minutes through an online form, decisions are made by the IMC Governing Board at the next board meeting and decisions communicated around 1 month after the board meeting, you can expect the on-boarding admin procedures to take another month. Therefore the entire process can take up to 6 months from the application date.

In large countries or where the IMC deems it relevant, multiple individuals can serve as Field Officers in key cities. However, there will be only one Field Officer per city. For example we expect only 1 FO in St Kitts, but in the USA we would expect one in New York Miami, Los Angeles etc.

The agreement between the applicant and the Investment Migration Council is valid for a period of 2 years and indefinitely renewable.

No. The IMC Field Officers are required to operate from the city/country where they are ordinary residents. (Odinary residence connotes residence in a place with an important degree of continuity and apart from accidental or temporary absences)

Become an IMC Field Officer (IMC FOs)

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