This article was published by Fortune on February 27, 2017 and features commentary from Reaz Jafri.
As debate over immigration rages in Europe and border lockdowns polarize the U.S., one group of migrants is increasingly mobile: millionaires.
The idea of a global jet set is a well worn one, but a new study cited by the New York Times on Saturday showed that in 2016 a record 82,000 millionaires relocated to another country. Incentivized by an array of investor visa programs, their red-carpet reception contrasts sharply with that of refugees fleeing conflict and economic ruin.
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