Today, we show you how to become Luxembourger if your ancestors hail from this tiny European country. (Pay attention to this report is you think you’re German, French or Dutch, because you might actually be Luxembourger instead.)
I want you to read this report right away, as this information is time-sensitive.
For most of you with the Luxembourger heritage, the window of opportunity to claim second citizenship by ancestry will close on December 31, 2018.
There is still enough time, but you need to act now.
Again – you might actually be from Luxembourg if you think you’re French, German or even Dutch.
Because French and German are two other widely spoken languages in Luxembourg, immigration officials in the US often wrongly put Luxembourger immigrants down as German or French.
And the Grand Dutchy of Luxembourg was once part of the Kingdom of Netherlands, so Dutch-speaking Luxembourgers were often wrongly recorded as Dutch.
Luxembourg citizenship is worth the effort. Luxembourgers enjoy a very high quality of life – their GDP (Gross National Product) per capita is double that of the United States.
And if you are not from Europe, becoming a Luxembourger will grant you an instant access to a whole new continent – the 28 member-countries of the European Union will become your playground.
You can own property in France, start a business in Italy, work for a startup in Ireland, send your kid to university, more or less for free, in Germany or Norway...
And even if you never visit Europe, your second citizenship in Luxembourg will serve as the ultimate insurance policy – you will always be able to escape to Europe if things turn sour in your home country.
There is no downside.
Learn about obtaining second passport in Luxembourg by ancestry in today’s report.
Just a couple of weeks ago, we sent you a comprehensive report on how to get German citizenship by descent. Today, we show you how to become Luxembourger if your ancestors hail from this tiny European country. (Pay attention to this report is you think you’re German, French or Dutch, because you might actually be Luxembourger…