Golden Visas – a Roundup of Economic Residencies around the World

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A critical element of any sound Plan B is establishing a legal second residency abroad.

Acquiring a second citizenship is an even more ironclad solution, but a second residency also grants an “escape hatch,” if you will, that is seamless and immediate. After all, in times of crisis, when people wish to migrate en masse, governments can and do lock down their borders… except to bona fide residents and citizens.

And just as with second citizenships, there exist a number of paths to gaining a second residency. In today’s Black Paper, we examine the Golden Visa route in detail.

A note about Black Papers before we get into the nitty gritty: At Sovereign Man, we’re constantly scouring the globe for opportunities to share with you, and we stay vigilant about threats to your freedom. That’s why in our Alerts, we strive to deliver the most timely and relevant information.

Our Black Papers add even more layers of analysis and complexity. That’s why they’re longer than our regular Alerts: We aim to provide you with the most comprehensive information possible, and with 100% actionable intelligence that you can apply to achieve more prosperity and freedom in your life.

So although we’ve written about individual Golden Visa programs before, today’s Black Paper, Sovereign Man’s Worldwide Golden Visa Roundup, offers our expert analysis of the world’s most compelling residency-by-investment programs.

Due to their dominance in the field, we focus on Europe’s residency-by-investment programs. But all traditional Anglosphere countries offer residency programs aimed at investors (which are usually atrociously expensive), and many Asian countries offer long-term residency solutions for those willing to relocate to this fascinating part of the world. We delve into some of those as well.

Thus, if you are not part of a “lucky gene club,” wherein you can acquire citizenship based on your ancestry, and if you are not willing to obtain traditional residency by moving to and living in a country, then a resource for you, packed with residency-by-investment solutions, may be contained in our Worldwide Golden Visa Roundup.

A critical element of any sound Plan B is establishing a legal second residency abroad. Acquiring a second citizenship is an even more ironclad solution, but a second residency also grants an “escape hatch,” if you will, that is seamless and immediate. After all, in times of crisis, when people wish to migrate en masse,…

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