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EU citizenship for sale

They come to Europe for a better life, for freedom. But rather than cram themselves into a boatalongside a hundred other refugees, they fly business class. Their destination? Malta, Portugal or Spain - countries that have recently intensified efforts to attract wealthy foreign nationals with promises of citizenship in exchange for investments in the local economy. Britain was one of the first European countries to naturalize well-to-do foreigners, but recently it has been countries that are still recovering from the debt [...]

Where is the cheapest place to buy citizenship?

Henley and Partners citizenship expert Christian Kalin, who helps to advise clients on the best place to spend their money, estimates that every year, several thousand people spend a collective $2bn (£1.2bn; 1.5bn euros) to add a second, or even third, passport to their collection. "Just like you diversify an investment portfolio, you want to diversify your passport portfolio," he says. The option has proven popular with Chinese and Russian citizens, as well as those from the Middle East. Cash-strapped countries [...]


Europe’s newest and most attractive investment immigration program presents an exceptional opportunity for getting PR in an EU and Schengen member state, and live, do business, or travel freely to and within Europe. In exchange for a safe and state-guaranteed investment of EUR 300,000 to be returned at the end of the 5-year term, applicants of all nationalities can obtain permanent resident permits with only a single visit to Hungary (and a 60,000-euro processing fee). Invest for 5-years – and get [...]

Which EU country has the easiest citizenship requirements?

In many European countries where ius sanguinis is the general guideline for citizenship, ancestors from that country will significantly help you obtaining citizenship. Alternatively, you might be coming from a former colony or comparable cases. But you did not mention anything about those options, so I will suppose that this is not the case here. In general, you need to establish residency in your target country first and this might prove the main hurdle on your way to a EU [...]

The fastest countries in the world to become a citizen

Getting a second passport is perhaps the most important step in flag theory for attaining greater freedom. However, to become a citizen of another country can require incredible time commitments for many people. Here in Malaysia, for example, it takes at least twelve years to become a citizen, and dual nationality is forbidden. If you don’t have a second passport, the urge to get one can be intense. Having dual citizenship (or even multiple citizenships) gives you freedoms to travel and [...]