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Second passports, Diplomatic Passport and Second Citizenship

Acquiring a second passport can expand rights and freedom. For an American, the benefits include free world travel and fewer problems from officious border guards or nosey customs and immigration officials. A second passport opens doors offshore otherwise closed to Americans. Best of all, dual citizenship and a second passport can be your key to reduced taxes and increased asset protection and it could even protect your life.
For a citizen of a totalitarian country or one that holds a passport with poor visa-free travel it means complete freedom of movement along with the right to live and work in a normal developed society.

Second Passport, Citizenship Offers

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How you can become a citizen depends on a country's laws, but there are five main methods:

* Birth within the borders of a nation's territory

* Descent from a parent or grandparent

* Marriage to a foreign citizen

* Religion, as in Israel's Law of Return

* Formal naturalization by applying and qualifying for citizenship. The naturalization process varies among countries.

Citizenship for Sale

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Several nations grant official citizenship in exchange for cash without any prior residency requirements but these alternatives are usually expensive. These so-called "economic citizenship" programs offer a nationality quickly and simply for those who qualify.

In Dominica the "family option" requires a direct cash contribution to the government of $100,000 for a family of up to four people (applicant, spouse and two children under 18-years-old), plus $25,000 for each additional child under 25-years-old. With registration and professional fees of approximately $5,000 added to the basic figure, applicants can anticipate a total cost of $155,000.

The "single option" under which an individual applicant's $75,000 investment is to be divided equally between public- and private-sector projects. The total cost for a single applicant is about $100,000.

In St. Kitts and Nevis (the popular name) under the official contribution options, there are four categories:

- Single applicant: $200,000 investment required, inclusive of all fees;

- Applicant with up to three dependants (i.e. one spouse and two children below the age of 18): $250,000

- Applicant with up to five dependants (i.e. one spouse and four children): $300,000;

- Applicant with six or more dependants: $400,000.

Several other countries are attractive because they offer immediate official residency under a variety of plans, some leading to citizenship in as little as 3 years.The costs are significantly lower starting at only $2,000 USD. 90% of our clients choose these options because they are the most economically viable for achieving their goals.Our firm has over 30 years of experience in the field and we offer a free consultation.You can find on our page the current special offers which are subject to change,therefore please contact us directly for updated information