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Adler & Partners is an international consultancy firm focused on providing high net worth individuals with the ability to apply for residence and citizenship by investment programs in different countries and business setup in UAE. Our team of highly qualified experts work together as one within our global network of partners, to serve the increasing demand for second citizenships within the international community of entrepreneurs and investors.

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Second Passport by Investment


What is citizenship by Investment?

Citizenship by Investment (CBI) is a means to secure a second citizenship and passport in another country by investing in its economy. This can be accomplished through different types of established investment options including real estate, government bonds, opening a business, giving a contribution to the country's developing funds and other alternatives. Investment options and required investment sums vary greatly depending on the program and the type of investment. CBI programs help obtain citizenship much faster than traditional immigration processes.

What is the difference between residency and citizenship?

There are a number of significant differences between the terms "residency" and "citizenship". A citizen of a country has the rights that are not conferred on a resident. Citizens can confidently expect that they will hold their status and rights for life. In addition, citizenship status can be inherited by children and grandchildren. Residents do not have these privileges or security. It is common for residents to have to renew their residency permits by continuing to satisfy the country's legal requirements. These can include holding the initially required investment, maintaining good health and clean criminal records and meeting physical residency requirements. Residency status can be either temporary or permanent, depending on the laws of the respective country.

Why should I consider a second citizenship by investment?

Being a citizen of a country, as opposed to a temporary resident, provides more than just a sense of belonging. It invites you to engage with the country completely, including its economy, laws and investment potential. Indeed obtaining citizenship as a permanent legal status puts you in a position of strength, whereby you enjoy equality with all other citizens of the nation for the rest of your life. You will have the same rights and opportunities as someone who was born there. This includes the right to travel freely overseas and return on the passport of that country, and to take up opportunities available to nationals.

Why is a having a second passport beneficial?

Second citizenship is becoming more than just getting a passport. There are certain advantages towards using second citizenship to create residence in countries where tax burdens are lower. Unlike a residency, citizenship is forever and cannot be take away. It is an investment to secure you and your families travel and business mobility for the next generations.

Why do most people get a second citizenship?

Obtaining a second citizenship can be a life-changing move that opens the door to better prospects around the globe. It is increasingly being viewed as one of the most powerful investments you can make. While the motivations and benefits vary according to the applicant, for many people, enjoying visa-free travel to up to 80% of the world (depending on the program you choose) is a major draw card. Which can allow you to be much more flexible when it comes to living your life and running your business.

What are the various ways of obtaining citizenship?

The specific methods vary country to country however, they mostly fall under the following main categories. Either you obtain citizenship by birth in the country or through one of your parents that where born in a different country. You can obtain citizenship by naturalization, where you live in the country for a specific number of years under eligible residence permits and apply when you meet the required period of stay, language skills etc. You can obtain citizenship by being married to a citizen of the country and in some countries you can get it by legacy such as countries that where part of colonies previously. Lastly you can invest into a citizenship program which is the fastest and quickest way to obtain another passport.

How will second citizenship benefit my children and my business?

When thinking about your family it is important to remember that many of the most popular second citizenship programs invite you to pass on your citizenship to your children. This allows you to build a secure and stable future for you and your family. At the time of applying you will be able to include your spouse and any dependent children in the same application. Many of the countries offering CBI are home to prestigious universities, allowing your children to pursue a high standard of further education.

Which countries offer citizenship by investment?

There are currently 13 official citizenship by investment programs. In the Caribbean there is Saint Lucia, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Saint Kitts & Nevis and Grenada. In Europe there is Malta, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria, Montenegro and Moldova. Other programs include Turkey and Vanuatu. At Adler & Partners our expert immigrant advisors have chosen the best mix of direct citizenship by invest programs and golden visa programs, giving our clients a wide portfolio of options that best fit their specific needs.

How do governments conduct background checks?

The key elements of a background check include looking into an applicants credibility, character, source of funds, source of wealth and criminal history (if any). Governments use third-party independent due diligence providers who utilize a mixture of open source information and on the ground intelligence, including fact checking an individuals birth certificate at official institutes of record, checking local media reports or visiting business addresses to ensure they are legitimate companies for instance.

What should I prepare for before changing or renouncing my birth citizenship?

Obtaining a new citizenship is an exciting process. Being organized during the transition period can help make the process smoother and allow you to start enjoying the benefits of your new citizenship without delay. There are a few things you should think about when considering a change in citizenship or acquiring a second citizenship. One is whether you will need a visa to enter your home country. Another is whether your original country of citizenship allows dual nationality. Knowing this in advance will help you avoid any issues at a later stage.

What are the citizenship by investment options?

When it comes to securing a second passport it's important to know all of your citizenship by investment options. Many countries offer residency and citizenship programs each with different investment requirements and benefits. The first and most popular option is an investment into real estate. These are government approved projects either residential or commercial. Purchasing government bonds is another way to obtain citizenship without risking capital or being personally involved in a business enterprise. The respective countries government guarantees the bonds and your full investment is returned without accruing interest. If you would like to expand your entrepreneurial empire by owning and running your own business in a different country, then this is a good option is for you. Lastly there is also the option of a no refundable donation to a government supported program. It's a philanthropic way to contribute to your new country's economic development while making a positive impact.

Ive acquired second citizenship, what else should I know?

First congratulations for making the life changing decision to enjoy a life of greater choices, freedom and opportunity. Now that you have acquired a legal second citizenship it is vital to keep your documents safe at all times. The naturalization certificate is equivalent to your birth certificate so you don't want to loose it. You need to ensure that your certificates are considered valid wherever you currently reside. To do so, you may need to have them attested by your country's representative and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country of residence in order to prove that they are genuine documents.
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