The Second Citizenship Survey 2019 from CS Global Partners found that 89% of people would like to own a second passport, and over 34% said they had looked into investing in a second citizenship.
Even more striking were the 80% who said they would be willing to invest or donate 5% of their annual salary for a second citizenship — more than they spend on monthly rent.
Luckily, a number of countries offer Citizenship by Investment (CIP) programs where money — normally invested in real estate — can actually buy a second passport, and the elite status that comes along with owning citizenship in another country.
2020 may be the best time to buy a second passport, this is because several Caribbean citizenship by investment programs are still ON SALE due to the effects of the 2017 hurricane season. Here is a list of programmes and MINIMUM Investment requirement;
*Bulgaria offers a residency by investment program with a fast-track to citizenship option. It is important to remember that not all countries allow their citizens to hold dual citizenship. Contact Joelaw before starting the process.
Citizenship by Investment Timeline
St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program
Dominica Economic Citizenship Program
Cyprus Naturalization of Investors by Exception Scheme
Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program
Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program
Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment Program
Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program
Moldova Citizenship by Investment Program
Armenia Citizenship by Investment Program