Citizenship By Investment:
How & Where to Buy a Second
Passport & Citizenship

Obtaining a second passport could be one of the best investments you’ll ever make. It offers the lifelong benefit of having more options for living, traveling, doing business, investing, and potentially even saving you a fortune in taxes.

And buying a passport through a legitimate citizenship by investment program is one of the quickest ways to get one.

Right now, in 2019, may also be the best time to buy a second passport, because several citizenship by investment programs are still ON SALE due to the devastating effects of the 2017 hurricane season (more on that below).

But, beware that not all economic citizenship programs are created equal and the internet is full of charlatans promising the impossible.

After reading this article you’ll know whether purchasing a passport is right for you, which programme is best for your personal situation and how to ensure you don’t get scammed.

You’ll find everything you need to know in this article– whether you are looking for the best, the cheapest, a European or a Caribbean citizenship and passport.

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Citizenship By Investment Program Comparison

It could potentially help you save tens — or even hundreds of thousands — of Dollars by picking the best passport for your personal situation at the lowest price.

Inside, you’ll find…

  • The differences between the programs (number of visa-free countries, price, investment options, taxation, …)
  • Which countries you can enter without a visa with each passport (and the differences between them)
  • And much, much more

What Is Citizenship By Investment?

Citizenship by investment is exactly what it sounds like: foreigners invest a certain sum of money in a country in exchange for citizenship and a passport.

Depending on the country, the investment amount can vary from just over $100,000 (St Lucia and Dominica) to over $2.5 million (Cyprus), plus applicable processing and due diligence fees.

Think of citizenship by investment as your shortcut to a second passport.

However, you’ve got to be careful– some of these shortcuts are MUCH better than others.

Whether you’re parting with a couple hundred thousand or a couple million dollars, you need to know exactly what you’re getting into.

For example, although these programs are collectively referred to as “investments”, in many cases you will not actually get your investment amount back. 

It’s more accurate to refer to these programs as “citizenship by donation.” In other cases, however, you can get some or most of your money back and potentially even generate an investment return.

Some countries offer passports that allow visa-free travel to a few dozen countries, which excludes North America, Europe, Australia, etc.

But others are good for visa-free travel to over 150 countries and include nearly all of the developed nations, ranking them among the highest quality passports in the world.

Traditionally, there are four ways to obtain a second passport & citizenship:

  1. Ancestry: If you are lucky enough to have parents, grandparents or even great-grandparents from the right country, you may already be eligible for a second citizenship by descent.
  2. Time: After you live in a country long enough, you can become eligible for a second passport through naturalization. This option usually takes several years, but the advantage is that anyone can do this. And in some countries you don’t even have to spend much time there.
  3. Flexibility: These are unconventional ways to get a second citizenship and passport, such as giving birth in a foreign country, marrying a foreign citizen or even changing your religion…
  4. Money: This involves taking advantage of a citizenship by investment program to legally buy a nationality and thus acquire a second passport.

Easiest Passport Comparison Table

Consider these EASY And Low-Cost Second Passport Options First...

Investment is just one of four options to get a second passport and citizenship.

You could save hundreds of thousands or even millions of Dollars if you consider these options first.

Use our free Easiest Citizenship & Passport Comparison Sheet to see all the easiest options at a glance.

Easiest Citizenship & Second Passport Options Comparison Table

Inside you’ll find…

  • The 5 easiest options to obtain EU citizenship & passport and 9 options outside the EU
  • How and where to obtain a valuable citizenship and passport after just two years of residency (while paying next to nothing)
  • The best instant citizenship options for singles, families and those who want EU citizenship
  • Which options allow you to obtain a second passport while spending the least amount of time in the country
  • The 14 countries that might give you FREE citizenship & passport if you have parents, grandparents or even great-grandparents from there

Among the immigration through investment programs, there are typically two paths – instant citizenship and residency by investment– which lead to citizenship after a few years.

Instant Citizenship

Instant citizenship is possible when you invest in a government fund, real estate property, approved business or government bonds and shortly after the country processes your application, you receive a second passport. 

(Frankly, all these options are not really “instant” – you get a passport in about four months or more after submitting your documents. However, it is usually by far the fastest way to obtain a second passport.)

Benefits of Instant Citizenship By Investment

Benefit #1: No disruptions to your normal life
Benefit #2: The opportunity to move your entire family to a gorgeous location

We mention gorgeous locations, because some of the most well-known countries offering instant citizenship are in the Caribbean region. 

In addition to quickly gaining a passport, for as low as $140,600 (for a family of 4) the Caribbean countries offer the most affordable citizenship by investment programs (instant citizenship in Europe starts at around €200,000 for a family of 4 but typically requires €1,000,000 or more).

However, while each Caribbean citizenship by investment program grants visa-free access to the Schengen area, the quality of their passports – defined as the number of visa-free countries you can visit – isn’t as high as some of the high-end economic citizenship programs in Europe.

Residency By Investment (aka golden visas) Leading To Citizenship

Another option is to invest in Europe and get a European residency that can eventually lead to European citizenship.

These European Union programs offer a higher-quality second passport, but you’ll have to pay more for it.

And you’ll have to wait– often five years or more.

These programs are known as Golden Visas. A Golden Visa is not the same as citizenship by investment. It is a residency which can eventually lead to citizenship through naturalization.

Malta, Cyprus, Greece, Latvia and Portugal all have Golden Visas that grant residency and ultimately can confer citizenship… if you meet the country’s naturalization requirements such as learning the local language and history.

In this article we’ll be focusing only on instant and near-instant citizenship programs that grant citizenship in a much shorter time frames than the Golden Visa options, typically 12 months or less.

Is Citizenship By Investment Right For You?

Although a second passport makes sense for everyone, citizenship-by-investment may not be the right option for you

Here at Sovereign Man, we believe that a second passport makes sense for everyone

We cannot overstate the benefits of this. Having a second passport is something we call the ultimate insurance policy.

It ensures that, no matter what, you always have a place to go- to live,work, do business, retire, and in some cases, even seek refuge.

That way, when things go bad, you can take yourself and your family out of harm’s way.

With a second citizenship and passport you are no longer beholden to one nation. No single government has exclusive authority over you.

Ultimately, a second passport is all about options – the more options you have for you and your family, the more freedom you will experience.

It’s one of those things that makes sense no matter what…

And although obtaining a second citizenship and passport makes sense for everyone, paying hundreds of thousands of dollars does not make sense for everyone..

Economic citizenship is just one of four ways to get a second passport. And before you rush off to buy a second passport, we encourage you to first consider other options we’ll discuss here that may be a better fit.

If You Are A Regular Person...

The first alternative everyone should look at is their family tree. For example, if you have parents, grandparents (and in some cases even great-grandparents) from Italy, Ireland, Greece or several other countries, you may be eligible for a second passport through citizenship by descent.  

This is called jus sanguinis – the right of blood – and many countries around the world recognize its citizens’ descendants as their own.

And if you’re eligible for citizenship by descent, your children can also get a second passport. And children of their children too. That way, a little bit of your effort and time turns into a generational gift at a fraction of the price you would pay for an economic citizenship.

To get a better idea of how this process works, you can download a free in-depth intelligence report on How To Get an Italian Passport & Citizenship By Descent here.

Even if you don’t have Italian ancestors this report this report will give you a better idea of how citizenship by descent works.

Italian Citizenship By Descent
Further ReadingCitizenship By Descent Example: How To Get an Italian Passport

But not everyone is blessed with the ancestral line that grants them a second passport.

Another option to explore is to obtain residency in a foreign country.

A foreign residency won’t immediately grant you a second passport.

But a foreign residency comes with plenty of upside. You’ve still got a place to go no matter what happens in your home country.

And you can dramatically reduce your taxes.

Residing in a low tax country could mean significant tax savings.

Additionally, if you’re an American citizen, you can take advantage of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and receive up to $105,900 in tax-free income in 2019.

And some countries have a territorial taxation system, meaning you only pay taxes on locally generated income, not your global income.

That could mean significant tax savings for you and your family.

On top of that, foreign residency also means you’re on the path to naturalization.

After a few years of residency abroad (and assuming you meet all the country’s other requirements), you can apply for citizenship and a second passport.

In some countries, you don’t even need to actually spend any time in the country to become eligible to apply for a second passport. (But the government usually still wants you to have significant connections upon naturalization, such as owning a local property.)

We are writing in more detail about one such option in our free guide on
The Four Passports ANYONE Can Obtain (Including a European one)
.

Four Passports Anyone Can Obtain eBook
Further ReadingOur free report: The Four Passports ANYONE Can Obtain

Only after reviewing these options, should you consider citizenship by investment, especially…

If You Are A High-Earning American...

An American passport is an excellent travel document with visa-free access to many countries, including most of Europe. But obtaining a second passport through investment could still be very beneficial for the right kind of person…

The US is the only major country in the world that taxes its citizens on their worldwide income– even if they don’t reside in their home country anymore.

For example, if a British citizen moves to Hong Kong, they’ll only be liable to pay taxes in Hong Kong.

But American citizens who do the same (and make more than $105,900 per year in earned income in 2019) will have to pay taxes in both Hong Kong AND the United States… 

And they will have to keep paying taxes to the IRS on the first dollar of investment income, no matter their salary level.

If you are in this situation, the only way you can completely escape the US tax system is by renouncing your US citizenship.

And to renounce it, you’ll first have to get a second citizenship and passport. So if you are a very high-income earner and want to drastically lower your taxes, citizenship by investment could certainly make financial sense for you.

But before you renounce your citizenship, you should look at alternative tax reduction strategies. The US tax code offers a lot of opportunities to legally reduce your tax liability without resorting to renunciation.

Foreign residency is an option for high income earners, too. 

Again, the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE) in 2019 allows US expatriates to earn $105,900 annually tax-free. And US taxpayers living abroad qualify for the Foreign Housing Exclusion

The limit on housing expenses varies depending on the country you will be living in (the IRS allows you to deduct more in Japan than in Nicaragua, for example), but usually it amounts to another $15,000-$20,000.

Another option are Puerto Rico’s amazing tax incentives

A few years ago the government there passed a number of tax incentive laws, the most famous of which are now part of Chapters 2 and 3 of the Incentives Code (previously known as “Act 22” and “Act 20.”)

Chapter 3 (previously Act 20) allows entrepreneurs to start certain types of businesses in Puerto Rico and pay just 4% tax.

Chapter 2 (previously Act 22) allows individuals living in Puerto Rico to generate unlimited investment income, subject to a few simple rules, and pay zero tax on it.

So, if you are an investor or business owner, you can use this strategy to slash your taxes to a negligible amount without giving up your citizenship.

There are many other fantastic, legal tax reduction strategies you can use– especially if you own a business.

But if none of these options are suitable for you, then maybe a second citizenship by investment is the best way for you to renounce your US citizenship and enjoy enormous tax savings.

This strategy would, for example, make sense for financial professionals who are employees working overseas and earn significantly more than the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE) limit. 

If you work abroad and make millions each year, paying a little over $100,000 for a citizenship by investment program could make a lot of sense. 

Also, if a large part of your income comes from investments, you should also consider citizenship by investment, as the FEIE does not apply to investment income.

However, before you renounce your US citizenship, always consider the travel inconveniences of a passport that’s not as high quality as the American one. You may need to apply for a visa to be able to visit the US or Canada, for example.

Getting citizenship by descent should still be the first option you look at, because you may be eligible for a very high-quality European passport that could be even better than your US passport.

And consider subscribing to our free newsletter, Notes From The Field, where we share advice on how to make more money, keep more of it and protect it all from frivolous lawsuits and overreaching governments. 

In Notes, you will also learn about the latest developments in the field of economic citizenships and citizenships by descent.

Are you a High-Net-Worth Individual?

Then perhaps our highest-end membership, Total Access, could be right for you. This is where I share the best private opportunities I come across and other information that are just too sensitive to put into print.

For example, as a Total Access member we’ll help you get a fantastic second passport at the lowest price you can find anywhere, and $20,000-$50,000 less than what other providers are charging.

We are able to provide these savings because we have negotiated directly with various people in the government and industry to create the lowest price citizenship-by-investment deal.

Additionally, we don’t make any money on this. Usually, promoters of citizenship-by-investment programs get huge commissions, but we don’t take a penny… instead we pass along 100% of our commission as additional savings to our members.

Overall our service is $20,000-$50,000 less than what other providers are charging.

But, we only offer this service to members of Total Access.

And our citizenship-by-investment deal is only one of the many benefits Total Access offers.

The most popular benefit of Total Access is our private deal service. Inside, we present opportunities to invest in early-stage businesses that have explosive potential.

We cover a wide range of fields– such as cannabis, AI, developing markets, etc. 

For example… A few years ago, we presented an opportunity to invest in a small private company at a price of 50 cents per share. It went public earlier this year, and the stock price has been as high as $10. 

Many of our members made 20 TIMES their money and in total our group saw over $100 million in gains…. With many members individually earning millions of dollars from that single investment.

And some of our members used the money they made from this deal to take advantage of our citizenship-by-investment opportunity.

This is exactly the type of investment I like to present to our members. 

And several of our members have re-invested the profits they made from our private investment deals into our citizenship-by-investment service and saved tens of thousands of dollars.

If this sounds interesting to you…

If You Are The Holder Of A “Bad” Passport...

If your passport doesn’t allow visa-free travel to North America or Europe, you’re severely limited in your ability to conduct business in many of the world’s largest economies. 

And if you can’t visit North America NOR Europe visa-free, your restrictions are even more severe.

Take Saudi Arabia, for example. 

Its citizens cannot travel visa-free to the US, China, Japan, Germany, France or the United Kingdom… shutting them out of countries with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $2 trillion or more. Australia, Russia and most of South America are also off-limits to Saudis unless they obtain a visa.

So, it’s no wonder that most economic citizenship applicants come from a few regions: the Middle East, the ex-Soviet bloc and China – in other words, countries whose passports do not allow visa-free travel to the so-called developed world.

Citizens of countries like these have usually lived through some catastrophic events in their country’s history and remember them well. They also generally tend to distrust their governments.

And as they gain more wealth, they want to diversify their lifestyle and assets around the world.

In China, for example, increasing political crackdowns and strict capital controls are spurring individuals to seek second passport solutions in Europe and the Caribbean. 

The Caribbean economic citizenship programs that grant visa-free travel to the European Union for business, work or travel, and European citizenship by investment programs make a lot of sense for those disconnected from the rest of the world.

But “bad” passport holders should consider their options before buying a passport.

One such option is to pursue a points-based immigration visa. This type of visa grants residency to skilled immigrants – and especially those with skills in high-demand fields such as engineering or medicine. 

This type of visa is offered by Australia, New Zealand and Canada. If you qualify, you will be able to immigrate to one of these countries. And after living there for approximately five years, you can apply for a citizenship.

And of course, you may be eligible for citizenship by descent as described earlier.

However, if neither option works for you, then citizenship by investment could be a solution for you.

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How To Value A Passport And Citizenship

The “best” citizenship by investment option for you will depend on a number of subjective factors: your budget, whether you are OK with parting with a donation amount or want an investment return with an investment option and your liking of the country itself.

However, we encourage you to consider two objective factors:

1. The number of visa-free countries its holders can visit

For those who wish to renounce their original citizenship, this is the key factor to keep in mind.

For example, the US, Canada and 16 European countries provide visa-free travel for their citizens to more than 150 countries making these passports the most valuable travel documents in the world. 

(For reference, the world’s worst passports provide visa-free access to 60 countries or less.) 

A passport from one of these countries includes visa-free access to most of the developed world and key parts of the developing world, including most of southeast Asia (for manufacturing and trade opportunities). 

What Countries Can You Enter Visa-Free With a Citizenship-By-Investment Passport?

Find out inside our Citizenship By Investment Comparison Sheet where you’ll see all the countries you can (and can’t) enter visa-free with each passport.

The number of countries each passport offers varies, but it doesn’t mean that the passport with the most countries is necessarily the right one for you… 

Avoid overpaying for a passport that doesn’t provide significantly more value with this comparison sheet.

2. The “complement effect”

This is the number of countries you can visit visa-free with your new passport that you couldn’t with your first one.  

For those who intend to keep their original citizenship (and their passport), this second factor is the one to consider. When combining your two passports, you could unlock many more opportunities for business, work and travel.

For example, someone from the US would benefit from a European passport that gives them unfettered access to the European continent (except Russia). 

This individual could reside in France, incorporate and run a business in low-tax Ireland and enjoy passport-free travel to 26 countries (Europe’s Schengen Area). 

But someone who already has a European passport would not benefit as much from a second European passport.  

Take the example of Germany. 

A German businessman or woman can travel freely to 162 nations. They can structure a manufacturing business in southeast Asia and visit as often as they’d like. 

While they could benefit from diversifying internationally, a passport from a place like from St. Kitts & Nevis is unlikely to unlock more business opportunities.

Other Considerations & Factors

There are other variables to consider in selecting what passport program to go for.

The first one is a passport’s reputation. 

For example, some countries may not honor your citizenship of a country if they don’t believe it’s legitimate. This is rare, but has happened in extreme circumstances. With a top-tier passport from Malta, your chances of ever encountering this issue are rare.

The second is how well you blend in with your passport’s culture.

Immigration officers are not immune to racism, and some may not trust your travel document if you personally look nothing like the people from your adopted country of citizenship. 

This is more of an issue in some countries than others – no one will think twice about you being Brazilian, given Brazil’s inherent ethnic mix. 

The third consideration is taxes. 

One great benefit of living or having citizenship – and therefore, the potential for residency abroad, can be the ability to minimize your tax burden. 

But, if you’re not careful, you could become liable for more taxes. For example, some foreigners in the US are opting not to pursue American citizenship because it would subject them to taxation on their worldwide income for the rest of their lives. 

Luckily, the US is the rare exception – in most other countries, citizenship comes with no additional tax obligations if you don’t live there.

Finally, consider military service obligations that come with a new citizenship. 

In some countries, all male citizens of a certain age are required to fulfill military service. The requirements may range from a few weeks of basic training to a few years of active duty.

So, while these are certainly objective measures, valuing a passport and citizenship still comes down to your individual situation – are you looking to renounce your citizenship, or do you want to retain your citizenship and take advantage of your second passport?

This brings us to the next point: an overview of where to buy a passport, and which countries offer citizenship by investment… one of which may stand out as the right one for you and your family.

Investment Options For Citizenship By Investment Programs

Most citizenship by investment countries offer two or more options to purchase a passport. 

Governments that need capital will exchange citizenship for money. 

These governments usually spend this money on education, healthcare or infrastructure. Technically, you obtain citizenship by “donation” since you will not get your contribution back. That’s an obvious downside. 

But compared to other options, a donation to a government fund is often the best way to obtain a cheaper passport.

2. Purchase A Government-Approved Real Estate Property

The immigration through investment in real estate option usually requires a large purchase of local real estate and a hefty government application fee, ranging from $25,000 to $50,000… or more.

The downside is that you’re often investing in an overpriced, government-approved luxurious real estate development or hotel project.

But because you’re buying a real asset, you can likely get at least some of the money back if you decide to sell. And if the local real estate market booms, you can do even better. After a certain period (usually 3 to 7 years), countries usually allow investors to sell the property.

In the meantime, if you don’t live in your new home full-time, you can rent out the property for some investment income.

Recently, a number of countries have slashed the minimum investment required in real estate to be eligible for citizenship by investment, making it a more attractive option (more on that below).

3. Invest In An Approved Business

This investment option is usually much more expensive than investing in real estate.

And some Caribbean countries offering citizenship by investment don’t allow investments in local businesses.

But, for countries like Antigua, Turkey or Cyprus that allow investments in businesses, you’ve got a few options across industries to potentially generate a return. 

However, only consider this investment option if you really know what you are doing. You may be investing in a business that will go under in a couple of years. And your “investment” will suddenly become a very expensive “donation.”

4. Purchase Government Bonds

A few citizenship by investment countries give you the option to buy government bonds,  which locks your investment in an interest-free account for 5 years. 

While this may be another option to obtain citizenship and a passport, it’s important to consider the downsides.

First, the  opportunity costs: instead of an investment in a cash-flowing (albeit, overpriced) rental property or a business, your money just sits in the government’s coffers, offering no return.

Secondly, you must consider the counterparty risk that the government poses – will it stay solvent to return your capital after the required hold period is over?

A number of these countries offering citizenship by investment have relatively high levels of debt, and are not considered prime lenders, meaning won’t be able to borrow their way out of trouble should anything happen. 

Then there is an opportunity cost.

When you invest in government bonds, countries will often require up to five times the amounts required for outright donations. 

So while St. Lucia for example will grant you a passport for a $109,000 donation, you will need to cough up more than $500,000 if you choose to buy government bonds. You might be better off investing the $500,000 at 5% interest for four years and using the proceeds to pay for your passport by making a donation.

For these reasons, government bond purchases in exchange for a passport isn’t the best investment option in our opinion.

There are more than a dozen explicit citizenship by investment programs in the world today – 5 in the Caribbean, 5 in Europe, 2 in Asia and 1 in the Pacific. 

We’ll present you all options with the total cost, including government fees, for a family of four– with two children between 12 and 15 years of age.

Keep in mind, however, that on top of the donation/investment amount and government fees, you’ll have to pay a commission to an agent that will lodge your citizenship application with the government.

You can choose to work with a world-famous service provider and pay tens of thousands of dollars in fees, or work with a much smaller firm and pay a fraction of that. The end result, however, will generally be the same – second citizenship and a passport.

In any case, budget $10,000 or more in additional fees for the service provider doing the work. 

Sovereign Man is now the cheapest provider of citizenship-by-investment passports in the world.

Total Access members can now obtain a St Lucian passport cheaper than anyone else in the world. 

We picked this country because we believe it offers the best value passport and a transparent application process. 

Sovereign Man has negotiated the lowest-priced St Lucian passport available anywhere (this means the prices we can offer for members are even lower than what you will see below). 

We can do this because instead of pocketing the government’s commission, we hand it back to our members. 

This opportunity is only available to Total Access members – the highest-tier membership we offer.

If you’re looking for…

  • The best passport overall, skip to Austria or Malta
  • The best value, and cheapest passport overall, head to Saint Lucia if you’re a single applicant or to Antigua and Barbuda if you are a family
  • The best value EU-passport, skip to Malta
  • The cheapest passport in Europe (outside of the EU), skip to Moldova
  • The most famous program, skip to St. Kitts & Nevis

Easily Compare All These Options...

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Citizenship By Investment Program Comparison

Caribbean Citizenship By Investment Programs

Where do you buy a passport?

The Caribbean countries are at the forefront of the citizenship for sale scene. They offer the best bang for your buck. (The EU countries like Malta, Cyprus and Bulgaria have arguably better passports, but are MUCH more expensive.)

And for the time being, Caribbean passports are STILL on fire sale. 

After the 2017 hurricanes that badly damaged a lot of the islands, many countries in the Caribbean realized they needed a lot of money for rebuilding broken infrastructure. They decided that the way to attract more capital was to slash the prices of their citizenship by investment programs.

St. Kitts introduced a brand new discounted donation option that saves single applicants $100,000 and families of four just over $100,000. Grenada reduced its donation option from $200,000 to $150,000 (plus fees) for a single applicant.

St. Lucia reduced its price for a single applicant to $100,000 (plus fees) and is now, in our opinion, the best value program out there.

(Members of Total Access, our highest level of membership, can get a St. Lucian passport EVEN cheaper today. Click here if you’re interested in learning more).

Antigua and Barbuda slashed its donations minimum in half, making it by far the cheapest solution for a family of four.

In other words, anyone shopping for an economic citizenship can save a lot of money now.

Here’s a rundown of where to purchase a passport in the Caribbean:

Saint Lucia's
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Best Value Donation Option for Single Applicants)​

At Sovereign Man, our opinion is that St. Lucia offers the best value citizenship by investment program in the world today for single applicants. 

It’s not only the cheapest, but also offers decent visa-free travel and a transparent application process. 

Determining The Best Passport Value

To determine the best citizenship by investment value, we first reviewed each country’s lowest-cost investment option (donation), then divided this cost by the number of visa-free countries its passport allows.

And since it’s possible to generate rental income, we also reviewed each country’s real estate investment option and, again, divided this cost by the number of visa-free countries its passport allows.

Started in 2016, Saint Lucia offers several options for applicants to their citizenship by investment program (visa-free access to 123 countries, including the Schengen area and the UK).

It ranks as number 82 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

Let’s start with their cheapest option, a donation to their National Economic Fund (NEF). A single applicant will spend $109,600 all-in for this second passport route. And a family of four will spend $207,900 all-in.

Instead of a donation, you can also choose to invest either in real estate or government bonds.

Real estate requires a $300,000 minimum investment and is limited to high-end branded hotels and resorts and high-end boutique properties. All-in costs with fees is $452,500 for a family of four.

The government bond option requires investors to keep bonds for at least five years. These bonds don’t pay any interest and are expensive – $500,000 for a family of four (and $567,000 in all-in costs).

You can get more details on Saint Lucia’s official citizenship by investment website.

Antigua and Barbuda
Citizenship By Investment Program

(Best Value Donation And Cheapest Overall Option For Families)

Antigua and Barbuda ranks as number 76 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

The donation to the National Development Fund (NDF) is the cheapest passport option in Antigua and Barbuda. 

In exchange for a $100,000 donation (with another $32,800 in fees for individual applicants and $41,200 for a family of four), you get a second passport good for visa-free travel to 140 countries, including the EU’s Schengen area, the United Kingdom and Brazil.

At roughly $1,000 per visa-free country, Antigua and Barbuda’s passport is the best value for families compared to all other options. 

Aside from donating to the government fund, the country also offers investments in real estate and local businesses.

For a $200,000 minimum (plus fees of $66,200 for a family of four), you can purchase a government-approved real estate property. Exchanging this property for another government-approved property is possible, but you first must hold your initial property for five years.

Then there’s the business investment option, which requires $1.5M before fees (or $400,000 per person if the investment is made as a group). We don’t find this option to be especially compelling. Still, if interested, we’ve included a link to Antigua and Barbuda’s list of approved business projects.  

You can get more details on Antigua and Barbuda’s official citizenship by investment website.

Dominica’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

At $2,029 per visa-free country, Dominica’s citizenship by investment program is the best value real estate option out there today. (After it slashed its cost, Antigua and Barbuda became a close second)

Despite the attractive price, we currently recommend you skip the Dominican passport option.

Many industry players we respect consider the reputation of Dominica’s program to be subpar. Dominica has been known to accept clients with less than pristine reputation that other countries refuse to work with. 

They might have fixed the problem already, but to be on the safe side, we encourage you to consider other options instead.

Dominica’s real estate citizenship by investment option requires investors to purchase a $200,000 property. Government, processing and due diligence fees bring the total for a single applicant to $233,500 and for a family of four to $247,500.

Dominica also offers a donation option, through their Economic Diversification Fund (EDF). A family of four will donate $200,000 to the EDF, plus $18,300 in fees. 

A single applicant will donate just a total of $109,600 – but for the same price, we encourage you to first consider St. Lucia. 

In exchange for the real estate investment or donation, investors receive a second passport that allows visa-free travel to 122 countries, including the Schengen area, the United Kingdom and Brazil.

And it ranks as number 79 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

According to Dominica’s official government website, “In order to qualify for citizenship, you must hold authorized real estate for 3 years from the grant of citizenship. Furthermore, you may only resell that real estate under the Citizenship by Investment Programme after 5 years of receiving citizenship.”

You can get more details on Dominica’s official citizenship by investment website.

St. Kitts & Nevis’
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Most Famous Option)

After a 35 year-long history of leading the field of economic citizenships, St. Kitts’ program has earned a stellar reputation.

St. Kitts has traditionally offered the donation (Sugar Industry Diversification Fund – SIDF) and real estate investment options. Starting in late 2017, however, St. Kitts introduced a new, temporary donation option, the Hurricane Relief Fund. 

Recently, St. Kitts officials decided to transform the Hurricane Relief Fund into a permanent donation option. This new option is called the Sustainable Growth Fund.

This means that all-in costs for a single applicant on the donation side now run $157,850. And for a family of four, the St. Kitts donation all-in costs are now $207,700. 

If you wish to pursue a real estate investment, you may invest in a pre-approved real estate project, which includes hotel shares, villas, and condominium units.

Recently, St. Kitts slashed the required minimum to invest in real estate by half by offering investments in luxury resorts. At the new price, you will need to invest a total of $242,800 for a single applicant or $287,900 for a family of four.  

And if you wish to invest in other kinds of pre-approved real estate, the minimum is still $400,000. 

After seven years, you can sell your real estate (five years if you invest $400,000),

In both cases – donation or real estate investment – you’ll receive a passport that has visa-free access to 131 countries.

And it ranks as number 71 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

St. Kitts boasts the highest number of visa-free countries of all the Caribbean options. It offers 11 more destinations than our best-value pick, Saint Lucia. But it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is the better passport for you

Download our Citizenship By Investment Comparison Sheet to see all the visa-free countries each passport offers and how they differ. This will help you decide whether the extra cost for a certain passport is worth it for you. 

You can get more details on St. Kitts & Nevis’ official citizenship by investment website.

Grenada’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

Although Grenada’s citizenship by investment program only started in 2013, it has quickly established itself as a serious player in the field.

Investors have a choice between donating to the National Transformation Fund (NTF) or buying real estate. 

A family of four (with minor children) will contribute $200,000 to the NTF. With fees, the total is $224,000.

And Grenada recently dropped the NTF price for single applicants to $150,000 (plus fees of $8,000.)

Or, a $350,000 real estate investment (plus $70,000 in government, application, processing and due diligence fees) qualifies you for a second passport. Applicants must keep the property for at least three years.

Grenada’s passport offers visa-free travel to 131 countries. Besides the Schengen area, the UK, and Brazil, it allows its citizens visa-free access to China, making it the only Caribbean country to do so. 

And back in 1989, Grenada signed an agreement with the United States allowing Grenadians to work and live in the US under the E-2 Investor visa treaty.

Overall it ranks as number 61 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

You can get more details on Grenada’s official citizenship by investment website.

Does "More Visa-Free Countries" Equal "Better Passport"?

The answer is “it depends”… on which additional countries you get and how likely you are to visit them.

For example, a passport may offer 10 additional countries, but also cost tens of thousands of dollars more. Therefore, we encourage you to think it through carefully and consider whether these additional visa-free countries are worth the cost.

To help you do this, we created a detailed Citizenship By Investment Comparison Sheet that shows you the differences in visa-free travel between all citizenship-by-investment passports.

Use this sheet to ensure you don’t overpay for a passport that doesn’t provide significantly more value.

European Citizenship By Investment Programs

Here are the European countries selling citizenship:

Curious about other ways you can get a European passport? Check out our article on the 3 ways to get a European citizenship and excellent second passport article.

But before we get to the actual options, here’s a quick overview of the difference between the European Union, the Schengen Area and the Eurozone.

The European Union vs Schengen area vs the Eurozone

The European Union (EU), the Schengen Area, and the Eurozone are three different concepts within the same continent (though most European countries are in all three).

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The European Union
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The Schengen Area
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The Eurozone

The European Union is a political and economic union of 27 European states (after discounting the UK) with a single market allowing for the free movement of people, goods, services, and money. Citizens of one EU country are free to study, work, live, and retire in any other EU country.

The Schengen area comprises 26 European states (not all of them are in the EU) that have officially abolished passport and all other types of border control at their borders, so traveling among them is akin to traveling from California to Texas, or from Quebec to Alberta. 

Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Cyprus are set to join the area in the future (see the yellow countries on the Schengen map). 

And finally, the Eurozone is another union you need to know about. It consists of 19 countries (all of them are in the EU) that have adopted the euro as their sole currencies. Additionally, while not officially members of the Eurozone (or the EU), Montenegro and Kosovo also chose to use the euro as legal tender (yellow on the Eurozone map).

It’s important to note that although Moldova and Montenegro are listed in this section, they don’t actually give you the right to live and work in the European Union (EU).

Malta’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

(Best Value In Europe)

Malta is home to the first European Union-approved citizenship by investment program.

For a family of four (with minor children), you’re required to contribute/invest the following:

  • €650,000 to the National Development & Social Fund (plus €25,000 for a spouse and each minor child) – this is purely a donation.
  • On top of that you’ll need to purchase a real estate property with a value of €350,000 and keep it for at least five years, or rent a property for five years or more with an annual minimum rent of €16,000
  • And invest at least €150,000 in government-approved financial instruments – stocks, bonds, etc while keeping your investment for at least five years.

All-in, your total is €1,150,000. 

You’ll secure Maltese residency first.

Then, within 12 months of maintaining Maltese residency, you’ll obtain citizenship and a passport for visa-free travel to 158 countries. 

This is a very competitive price tag for EU citizenship and the best value in the EU.

The Maltese passport is also by far the best passport of all the available options (short of Austria, which does not have a real, explicit citizenship-by-investment program).

In our passport ranking it ranks 24th out of 196 passports. It’s without a doubt a fantastic passport.

You can get more details on Malta’s official citizenship by investment website.

Cyprus’
Citizenship By Investment Program

Citizenship by investment in Cyprus gives you several investment options… but at €2,150,000 (plus V.A.T) including the government fees, it comes at a heftier price than Malta.

You can invest in real estate, a Cypriot business that employs five local citizens, bonds or securities of a Cypriot business licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission or a combination of these choices.

Regardless of your choice, you must purchase a residence valued at €500,000. 

For applicants who choose to buy real estate, this residence can be included in the €2,000,000 (plus fees) overall investment. For investors who choose to invest in other Crypriot assets, the real estate purchase of €500,000 is added to their €2,000,000 investment.

After six months of obligatory residency period, you will be able to obtain the passport.

A Cypriot passport grants visa-free access to 152 countries and ranks as number 82 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

You can get more details on Cyprus’ official citizenship by investment page.

(Keep in mind that Cyprus will require that you pay Value-Added Tax (VAT) on your real estate investments, so your final bill will likely be higher than the minimum €2,000,000 required).

Cyprus is not part of the Schengen Area, but it doesn’t matter

Cyprus and Bulgaria (which we will cover further) are members of the European Union but not of the Schengen area.

This means that whenever you decide to travel from Cyprus to Greece (or to any other Schengen country), you will have to go through border controls. But that’s where the inconvenience ends.

Cypriots are EU citizens, and have the right to live, work, and study in any country in the European Union, so the fact that Cyprus is not part of the Schengen Area should not affect your decision to become a citizen there.

In any case, all current members of the EU that are not yet part of the Schengen are legally obliged to join the area in the future, so the membership is just a matter of time. (Only Ireland and the UK are eligible for an opt-out.)

Bulgaria’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

Like Malta and Cyprus, Bulgaria’s citizenship by investment program begins with residency.

Non-EU citizens first deposit 1,000,000 Bulgarian lev (about $560,000) into a government bond portfolio. (This money is held for five years, then returned to investors without interest.)

Upon approval and receipt of the investment, Bulgaria issues the investor permanent residency.

And after one year of permanent residency (which doesn’t require a minimum time in the country), you can pursue the fast track citizenship path. 

You’ll need to invest an additional 1,000,000 Bulgarian lev into government bonds or into a Bulgarian company that’s carrying out a priority investment project, as defined in Bulgaria’s Investment Promotion Act.

Bulgaria’s citizenship by investment program is the world’s slowest as it takes more than two years to obtain the passport.

Interestingly, Bulgaria allows applicants to finance their investment amount through a loan from a European bank. 

In that case, you’ll pay roughly $330,000 to receive $1.1M from the bank – in which case your investment will turn into a one-time $330,000 donation.

Bulgaria’s passport allows visa-free travel to 150 countries, including Australia, several countries in Southeast Asia, Japan, most of South America and Canada… but not the US.

It ranks as number 48 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

You can get more details on Bulgaria’s official citizenship by investment page.

Montenegro’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

Along with Moldova, Montenegro is home to a brand-new CBI program. As of this writing (October 2019), the program is not yet active. However, we expect it to be online before the end of the year.

To be eligible for citizenship by investment, you will be required to donate €100,000 to a government fund. In addition, you will need to purchase real estate, for which you have two options:

  • A €250,000 investment in real estate in the northern or central region of Montenegro (which is less developed), excluding the country’s capital Podgorica
  • A €400,000 investment in Podgorica or in the country’s coastal area.

Similar to the Caribbean, you will need to invest in government-approved real estate projects. As of now, there is only one approved project (a €250,000 ski resort), but we expect the government to have more options available by the time the program is launched. 

As of now, Montenegro offers a decent passport a steep price (cheaper than Malta’s, but more expensive than the Caribbean, which offer similar – or better – passports). 

However, if Montenegro joins the European Union (as it’s expected to in 2025), a Montenegrin passport could become substantially more valuable. 

For now, the passport gives you access to 111 visa-free countries, including the European Union (but not the UK, US, China, Canada or Japan).

It ranks as number 83 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

Moldova’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Cheapest in Europe)

Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, launched its own citizenship by investment program in 2018. 

However, in 2019 it suspended the program quoting a need to review the operating procedures of the program. 

If Moldova resumes its program, expect to pay a simple one-time donation: €147,000 for a single application and €201,000 for a family of four (inclusive of all fees). 

This price puts Moldova’s citizenship by investment program on par with Caribbean countries, but the passport is of arguably worse quality.

Contrary to Montenegro which is expected to join the EU in 2025, Moldova is still a long way from joining the block. 

That being said, Moldovan citizens enjoy visa-free travel to 106 countries including the Schengen area (but not the US, Canada or UK…).

It ranks as number 92 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

It’s one of the cheapest countries in Europe, and some people might enjoy the low cost of living combined with an easy access to the rest of Europe.

Austria’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Best Passport Option)

The final European program is the Austrian citizenship by investment program, which is the most restrictive of all.

The program’s rules are vague, and in addition to the large contribution (around €10 million), you need to secure the patronage of a high-ranking local politician who will petition before the government.

If you want to go this route, the passport payoff is certainly there.

An Austrian passport grants visa-free travel to 177 countries, ranking at number 17 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

Unlike most programs, Austria’s is not codified in law. Instead, it is taking advantage of Article 10 (6) of the Austrian Citizenship Act states that the government can reward foreign persons with citizenship in the event of extraordinary merit.

Because of the large cost and the complicated process, you may want to consider Malta instead, which is our European best value pick.

Other Citizenship By Investment Programs

And here are the options outside of the Caribbean and Europe:

Turkey’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

Turkey introduced citizenship by investment program in 2017. In return of $1,000,000 investment in any local real estate, you could get a Turkish passport.

In 2018, after lack of any substantial interest, Turkey cut the investment minimum from $1,000,000 to just $250,000.

It made all the difference. In just one year, they got over 2,600 applications, surprisingly emerging as the most popular citizenship by investment program in the world. 

But Turkey isn’t for everybody. Because it’s a primarily Muslim country, almost all of its applicants come from the Middle East. 

Also, the political situation in Turkey keeps getting worse, and the government gets more authoritarian by the day. There was an attempted coup d’etat in 2016. 

On the flip side, political turmoil made the Turkey Lira drop significantly in value against the dollar over the past few years, meaning that the $250,000 you’re required to invest will go a lot further now.

To apply, you will need to purchase real estate worth $250,000. However, you can also qualify by investing in a local enterprise, government bonds or a real estate or venture capital fund. In that case, your investment will increase to $500,000. 

Alternatively, you can deposit $500,000 in a local bank for a least three years. 

So if you’ve always wanted to live in Istanbul, now could be your chance to purchase a condo and get a passport in the process. 

However, the passport is subpar and although it gives you access to 112 countries visa-free, these exclude the Schengen area, the US, Canada, the UK, Japan and China.

It ranks as number 97 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

Jordan’s
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Worst Option)

In 2018, Jordan (sandwiched between Syria, Israel, Iraq and Saudi Arabia) launched its own citizenship by investment program. 

It offers several ways to obtain a Jordanian passport, but none of them are cheap. You will need to invest between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000 in various local entreprises, securities or bonds in the country – or deposit $1,500,000 with the central bank for five years without any interest.

However, Jordan’s citizenship by investment program is by far the worst in the world today. Its passport offers visa-free access to just 50 countries – excluding all the major developed nations. 

It ranks as number 136 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

The country is landlocked in a conflict-prone region and lacks the lifestyle appeal of other countries offering similar programs. In short, we recommend you stay away from Jordan.

Vanuatu
Citizenship By Investment Program

(The Fastest Option)

In the Oceania region is Vanuatu’s investor immigration program.

Vanuatu is an archipelago located about 1,000 miles east of Australia. 

Vanuatu’s Development Support Program requires an all-in cost of $180,000 for a family of four. This is a non-refundable donation to the islands.

In return, applicants receive a passport good for visa-free travel to 116 countries, including the UK, all of Europe, Russia, Hong Kong and Singapore.

It ranks as number 86 out of 196 passports in our passport ranking.

It’s also likely the fastest citizenship by investment program in the world today. You can expect to receive your passport in just 45 days. 

This can be both positive and negative, as it means they’re likely cutting corners in the due diligence of applicants, which in the future can damage the program’s reputation.

You can get more details on Vanuatu’s official citizenship by investment website.

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You know how the rest of this saying goes.

The second passport industry is no exception.

If someone offers you a passport for $30,000 somewhere in Nicaragua and promises to get it to you in a week, better hold onto your money.

At best, you will just end up with an expensive and useless piece of paper. At worst, you can get in serious trouble at a border control for using fake documents.

Again, for a second passport from a Caribbean country, expect to pay at a minimum $100,000 (plus government and processing fees). 

And while there’s no residency waiting period, it takes these governments a little time to process your application. In other words, don’t expect to receive your second passport within a week. Four to six months is a realistic period.

A few years ago, one ultra-low-cost residency specialist in Paraguay was taken into custody by the local authorities. They discovered she had been manufacturing fraudulent visas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you don’t have time to read the full article, here are the most frequently asked questions we get…

What's the best Citizenship-By-Investment Program?

Malta's program offers by far the best passport and access to the EU, but it will cost you at least $975,824.

That's 9x more than our best-value pick, St. Lucia.

If you really want a European passport and want to live in Europe you may also want to consider the easiest European passport options that don't require any investment at all.

What's the cheapest Citizenship-By-Investment Program?

If you are a single applicant then Saint Lucia can offer you the cheapest passport starting at $109,600.

And if you want to get citizenship for your entire family Antigua & Barbuda is currently the best deal starting at $141,200.

The cheapest EU option (and best passport) is Malta, but it will cost you at least $975,824.

What's the best Citizenship-By-Investment option in the EU?

The best option in the EU is Malta's program. It offers by far the best passport and is the best value EU option. But it will cost you at least $975,824.

If you really want a European passport and want to live in Europe you may also want to consider the easiest European passport options that don't require any investment at all.

What is Citizenship-By-Investment?

Citizenship by investment is exactly what it sounds like: foreigners invest a certain sum of money in a country in exchange for citizenship and a passport.

Depending on the country, the investment amount can vary from just over $100,000 (St. Lucia and Domenica) to over $2.5 million (Cyprus), plus applicable processing and due diligence fees.

Think of citizenship by investment as your shortcut to a second passport.

Which countries offer Citizenship-By-Investment?

There are currently 13 official citizenship-by-investment programs and we cover all of them in-depth in this article...

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No, there are three more ways to obtain a second passport & citizenship:

  1. Ancestry: If you are lucky enough to have parents, grandparents or even great-grandparents from the right country, you may already be eligible for a second citizenship by descent (at almost no cost).
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If you’ve found yourself asking, “where can I purchase a passport”, you’ve now got a lot more information and plenty of choices.

The most important thing you should ask yourself is WHY you need a second passport. 

Only once you are clear on why you want a second passport, you can determine how much it is worth to you and decide whether you want to go the investment route.

Most people should consider the citizenship by descent and residency option first…

Ultimately, you’ve got to determine what’s best for you and your family, and pragmatically balance the necessary costs against your needs.

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