Through ancestry—usually the fastest and cheapest option
Through naturalization via residency—like in the case of Argentina, Belgium, Chile, Panama etc.
“Flexible” options—via marriage, giving birth abroad etc.
Or by paying for it via one of the economic citizenship options.
We covered some of the latter ones in the past, but today we’re focusing on the cheapest such program out there—one that has just become much more attractive: in the Caribbean island nation of Dominica.
And as you’d expect, when the value goes up, so does the price. But not until next year.
You can read all over the internet about Dominica. There’s no shortage of people promoting it, as they have a lot to gain as well. Sovereign Man is not in that situation or business. We’re here to give you the honest truth. For some people an economic citizenship program such as this one in Dominica is a no-brainer. For others, it might be a bridge too far.
In today’s Alert we discuss who this is right for and how you can take action, if you’re interested.
Read more about it here.
A few months ago when we talked about the option to become a naturalized Argentinian citizen after only two years of residency, we mentioned that there are four main ways to obtain a second passport—the ultimate insurance policy that greatly increases your freedom and opportunity (and of your offspring as well): Through ancestry—usually the fastest…