the top 5 reasons to consider

Dual

Citizenship

The word ‘belong’ awakens a sense of connection – not only to your family or the place you grew up, but also the connections you have made or will make throughout your life – your lifetime partner, a university abroad or your second home in a new city.

We invite you to explore the many ways in which you can belong to exciting new environments, traditions, and cultures – and, specifically, how you can do so through citizenship by investment.

We will give you the tools to become part of societies that are proud of their histories as well as welcoming and accepting of new people and ideas. This website will show you how to become a citizen of the world.

#1

Freedom & Security

Every individual should be entitled to basic freedoms, without discrimination. These include, among others, freedom from degrading or unequal treatment, freedom of thought and expression and freedom of movement and travel.

A second citizenship in a country that is committed to protecting the rights of its citizens can ensure true freedom.

#2

Global Citizenship & Mobility

Leisure and business travel can be made easy, comfortable and hassle-free with visa-free access to more than 100 nations.

Greater mobility does not merely impact your ability to visit sites and explore world-famous localities. For the busy business person, it can mean an effective and efficient way of accessing new markets and business platforms.

#3

Family Protection, Education & Healthcare

A second citizenship can provide a safe haven in case of political instability, social unrest or economic turmoil in your country of origin. This can be particularly important for the protection of your loved ones.

Dual citizenship can provide access to the world’s top-ranking facilities in education and healthcare, a fact that appeals to families, those in need of high quality medical care or simply people planning for retirement.

#4

Privacy

In certain countries, government intrusion has become increasingly heavy-handed and has even been incorporated into law. Citizenship in a country that is respectful of confidentiality and personal affairs can help protect one’s privacy.

#5

Quality of Life in a Safe Haven

A second citizenship can provide a safe haven in case of political instability, social unrest and economic turmoil in your country of origin. This can be particularly important for the protection of loved ones.

Dual citizenship can provide access to the world’s top-ranking facilities in education and healthcare, a fact that appeals to both families, those in need of medical assistance or simply people planning for their retirement.