And what if you’re not lucky enough to be a member of the lucky bloodline club? In other words, you don’t have parents (or grandparents) that hail from places like Ireland, Poland, etc., so you cannot obtain citizenship by ancestry.
Fortunately, there are other paths to citizenship and a second passport.
Giving birth overseas is one route.
And that’s what today’s Sovereign Man: Confidential Case Study is all about. Mustafa and his wife are Pakistani, and when they were pregnant, they wanted to give a gift to their son: citizenship in a country that would expand his future living, work and travel options.
From their research, Brazil was a great destination to give birth. And it’s turned out fantastic for this family.
In Brazil, your newborn gets automatic citizenship. The parents and any older siblings are quickly eligible for residency. And if everything is in order, the entire family can become Brazilian citizens within two years.
A little knowledge and action could set up you, your children and on down the line with a solid Plan B.
Read on for more about residency, citizenship and life in wonderful Florianópolis, Brazil in this month’s SMC Case Study.
What if you want to secure your children’s future with a solid citizenship, but you cannot drop over $100,000 to purchase citizenships for the family? And what if you’re not lucky enough to be a member of the lucky bloodline club? In other words, you don’t have parents (or grandparents) that hail from places like…