Everything You Need To Know About Getting A Second Passport
Now, let's dive into the world of second passports...
Begin a search on the Internet into gaining a second passport and you are inundated with adverts for services from companies offering to assist you in purchasing citizenship elsewhere in the world.
Certain nations offer economic citizenship programs, or citizenship-by-investment schemes, – the best well known and popular are Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis. However, the investment commitment and financial outlay required to effectively purchase a second passport from these nations can be restrictive to all but a determined and wealthy few.
The good news is that even countries such as Great Britain and Ireland may legitimately welcome you as a national, depending on your family’s history and your ancestors and direct relatives’ nationality. Therefore it is up to you to get working on your family tree, and plot your family’s national identity back as far as your grandparents.
Even a deceased member of your family could provide you with the key you need to getting a second passport from a desirable country.
It may seem difficult to believe, but until just a century ago, ordinary mortals like you and I didn’t need a passport to cross international borders. Passports were reserved for diplomats or government officials.
The First World War (1914-1918) changed all that and ushered in a century during which personal freedom and liberty have been stamped upon by governments, while taxation went from being a minor inconvenience that most people paid willingly, to a major factor in any business decision.
When you think about it seriously, in the modern world of international business travel, multi-cultural families and online networking, holding the citizenship of just one country seems like a blast from the past.
That’s what the influential London-based publication The Economist inferred in an article entitled In praise of a second (or third) passport (January 7th 2012) “Multiple identities are natural. Citizenship laws should catch up” says The Economist. We agree.
Citizenship laws are indeed catching up – albeit slowly.
Some forward thinking countries are specifically looking to attract the best, brightest and most successful people with immigration incentives such as almost instant citizenship. I’ll be covering those in more depth later in this report.
Even for our American cousins, dual citizenship is a totally routine matter these days, in stark contrast to back in the cold war era where it was frowned upon by their government.
Over the past fifteen years, Q Wealth publications, together with my own firm’s consulting services, have helped thousands of successful, free thinking individuals to break free from those oppressive governments – by becoming a citizen of a neutral country that taxes its citizens only lightly or not at all. In this report, we will pass on the benefit of our accumulated experience in this field.
So, I will take it as given that you are broadly aware of the benefits a second or third passport could bring you. I will nonetheless touch on those benefits briefly, as well as on that perennial the question “is it legal?”
I will then move on to the more important nuts and bolts section of this report: the mechanics of how to obtain a second passport.
Equally importantly, I will cover how NOT to obtain a second passport.
Make one of these mistakes and the best you could hope for is that you will lose many thousands of dollars… the worst could see you on the wrong side of the law – as in jail.
Before we move on, you might be asking why I am giving you this information for free. I always advise my readers to “consider the source.” I’ve seen many other books and manuals about second passports over the years, and most of them come with a high price tag.
Very few things in life are truly free – but any benefit you obtain from this report is one of them. Of course, I do have an ulterior motive. Quite simply, I’ve found over the years that if I give people good information, then they will usually come back to do more business with me. Good karma, good business.
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“You can still get a second passport; it’s just harder to get then it was a few years ago . . . why don’t you wait a few more years, then it will be impossible and you won’t have to worry about it. Your fate will be sealed!”
This, of course, is the first question on most people’s lips when they first hear about the concept or start thinking about a second citizenship. Gaining a second citizenship requires a lot of research, a lot of bureaucracy and most of all, patience. Depending on the path you choose, it can also involve a lot of money.
When I first became involved in this business, I used to tie myself in knots trying to give people long-winded legal or technical answers to this question. I no longer bother.
Basically, I tell people: you either get it… or you don’t.
It’s more of a philosophical thing, about your view of the world, its future, and how you and your loved ones fit into this picture. If you have decided to read this report, the chances are you already have a feeling inside about why you want a new citizenship.
This report is certainly not an attempt to sell you on the idea. I know it is much more efficient to spend my time preaching to the converted! So if you know that you don’t want a new citizenship, you might as well stop reading now.
Quite simply, the vast majority of the population will never have, want or need a second citizenship. If you can’t see the point of getting one for yourself, you probably don’t need it.
If, however, you have already self-selected yourself into our group of people who have the multiple citizenship mindset, welcome to the club!
We are free + thinking + individuals.
There are, of course, many simple practical benefits for getting a second citizenship.
Sure, it is nice to be able to choose the faster line at passport control, but the more serious benefits come from the chance…
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