Gaining an additional citizenship and passport in a country which is both affluent and abides by the rule-of-law is not only cost effective but allows you the freedom to even retain your previous nationality as well. Not having to give up one’s original citizenship is a great advantage even if it is just an emotional baggage. The best part about it is that one may not be able to have two wives but one can definitely have two nationalities without having to give up any!

Specially at a time when USA and most of Europe has closed its doors to immigrants, many a few countries like Canada, Belgium, etc. and the wider Caribbean countries, Cyprus etc. are welcoming citizens from around the globe. However, Canada, with its welcoming policies has garnered a positive reputation unlike its southern neighbor, the USA, there are many countries which have opened their arms to other nationals with quite lucrative prospects but are yet not as much widely celebrated as Canada.

Caribbean island countries are selling their citizenship offers to nationals all over the globe for a reasonably cheaper price and umpteen promises. These countries have rapidly decreased the investment requirements for citizenship and concentrate on the applicant rather than the countries they come from, so to attract more investors across the globe.

Citizenship by Investment Programs of the Caribbean Nations

The five Caribbean islands operate a government run Citizenship by Investment program unit through which they select applicants the requirements of which vary from program to program. Dominica being the most cost effective and quickly processed citizenship Program, is the forerunner with the most attractive CIP. As per CTrustGlobal, one of the leading names in Second Citizenship Industry as per KhaleejTimes, among all five of the Caribbean island nations, Dominica wins most of the foreign nationals trust when it comes to their Citizenship by Investment program.

Although the Citizenship Programs of Saint Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis and the Commonwealth of Dominica provide best time frame and are cost efficient along with visa waivers to many countries. CTrustGlobal has been facilitating the second passport services to these countries since

The Privileges of Having a Second Passport

A person having more than one citizenship and passport is generally more privileged than a person with only one. It gives one the leverage of choosing freely the more advantageous of the two passports, legal, political, economic and professional systems and of course more places of residence! On top of it all, these are not only for you and your family but for your future family as well, meaning the citizenship can pass on to your descendants as well!

For those holding a less coveted passport, Citizenship by Investment Programs are a great alternative. One can avail all the perks and benefits the second passport comes with. The price for a second citizenship is nothing but peanuts if you consider the pros and cons of buying a new passport specially if your current establishment is not giving you the kind of freedom you deserve in spite of the passion, dedication and hard work you put in. Moreover, being a global citizen brings you a lot of freedom and mobility that being a citizen of a one specific country cannot give you.

Go Places with CtrustGlobal as Your Guide!

CTrustGlobal believes every human being deserves to have the right to ensure freedom and protection for their family. A second passport gives you faith, future and freedom along with a legal right to live in any country of your choice.

Be it forced military service, political or economic adversities, religious persecution, biased regulations, cultural limitations, forced by current establishment, you name it, a second passport can tackle any of these by giving you the freedom of mobility both politically and economically.

The motto of CTrustGlobal is to make every client a free citizen of mother earth who can travel across the world with minimum restrictions and greatest ease.

Credit: GlobalMigrate