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Second passport and citizenship program from Macedonia

 

Macedonia, officially the Republic of Macedonia, is a country in the central Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe.It is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. It was admitted to the United Nations in 1993, but as a result of a dispute with Greece over its name, it was admitted under the provisional reference of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,sometimes abbreviated as FYROM.
macedoniaFor further information on the country please click the link below: Macedonia

Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Macedonia will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Macedonia government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Macedonia passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Macedonia will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Macedonia passport. You can only use your Macedonia passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open anew bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

maccedonia passport
Macedonia passport
Macedonia national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 10,500 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
4,000 Euro starting fee;
3,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
3,500 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Macedonia passport:

Europe

European Union (Schengen countries): 90 days
Albania: 60 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 3 months
Croatia: 3 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Montenegro: 60 days
Serbia: 60 days
Russia: 30 days
Turkey: 2 months

Africa

Botswana: 90 days
Comoros: visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Egypt: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Ethiopia: 3 months visa issued upon arrival
Kenya: 3 months visa issued upon arrival
Lesotho: 14 days
Madagascar: 90 days visa issued upon arrival
Malawi: 90 days
Mauritius: 6 months
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 3 months
Mozambique: 30 days visa issued upon arrival
Namibia: 3 months
Réunion: unlimited access
Saint Helena: 90 days
Senegal: 3 months
Seychelles: 1 month
South Africa: 90 days
Swaziland: visa available on arrival
Tanzania: visa issued upon arrival
Togo: 7 days visa issued upon arrival
Tunisia: 4 months
Uganda: visa issued upon arrival
Zambia: visa issued upon arrival
Zimbabwe: 3 months visa issued upon arrival

Americas

Argentina: 3 months
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 28 days
Cuba: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 days
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 3 months
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 3 months
Nicaragua: 3 months
Peru: 90 days
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 14 days
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks visa available on arrival
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month

Asia

Armenia: 120 days visa issued on arrival
Azerbaijan: 30 days visa issued on arrival
Bangladesh: 90 days visa issued on arrival
Cambodia: 30 days visa issued on arrival
Georgia: 360 days visa issued on arrival
Hong Kong: 14 days
Iran: 3 months
Israel: 3 months
Japan: 3 months
Laos: 30 days visa issued on arrival
Lebanon: 3 months visa issued on arrival
Macau: 30 days visa issued on arrival
Malaysia: 1 month
Maldives: 30 days
Mongolia: visa issued on arrival
Nepal: 15/30/90 days visa issued on arrival
Oman: 1 month visa issued on arrival
Singapore: 30 days
Sri Lanka: 30 days
Syria: 15 days visa issued on arrival
Timor-Leste: 30 days visa issued on arrival

Oceania

American Samoa: 30 days
Australia Electronic: Travel Authority
Norfolk Island: Electronic Travel Authority
Fiji: 4 months
French Polynesia: 90 days
Guam: 90 days
Kiribati: 28 days
Marshall Islands: 30 days visa issued upon arrival
Federated States of Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Cook Islands: 31 days
Niue: 30 days
Palau: 30 days visa issued upon arrival
Papua New Guinea: 90 days visa issued upon arrival
Samoa: 60 days
Solomon Islands: 3 months
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

 

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Second Passports through Adoption or Marriage

Second Passports through Adoption

An unusual route to some first-world passports
One somewhat unorthodox way of getting a second passport is through adoption. Despite what you might think, this is not an option only available to the very young.
adoptionIn some coutries, persons of any age can be legally adopted by a willing (and presumably economically rewarded) family. As there is apparently no age restriction on this procedure, it is possible to be adopted by a parent half your age.
Naturally, the process requires careful professional handling and observance of the law in the two jurisdictions, both the applicant’s and the adoptive parents’. The procedure is carried out with the full knowledge and assistance of the relevant authorities.
Second Passports through Marriage

For the sake of completness

For the sake of completeness, it should be mentioned that there are nations that will give instant citizenship and a passport upon marriage to a local citizen (in contrast to many that will just offer residency, with passport to follow in a few years’ time).
In any case, the author does not wish to advocate the use of marriage as a means of obtaining a second passport. Marriage was invented to serve a different purpose all together.
marriage

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Second Passport through Ancestral or Ethic Connection

Second Passports through Ancestral or Ethic Connection

Sometimes surprisingly easy and quick
grandparentsObtaining a passport on the basis of ancestry is a common route; having parents each with a different nationality will often enable a child to claim dual citizenship. This is common and widely understood.
However, what is worth noting here is that numerous countries have legislation which enables a second passport seeker to exploit a much farther ancestral connection than one that goes back just a generation or two. This is the case in countries as disparate as Latvia, Israel, Germany and Spain.
Some countries’ legislation takes the ancestral connection yet further. To give an example, those with indigenous Jewish connection may take up Israeli citizenship — this is not unusual. However, under certain circumstances, some can even become citizens of Germany or Spain — by taking advantage of legislation designed in response to the Holocaust and the Spanish Inquisition of the 15th century.
History throws up some fascinating opportunities if only you know where to look. There must be millions of people worldwide who could probably claim an instant second passport of one country or another on the basis of their origin alone — regardless of which country they call their own now.
It must be noted here that obtaining a second passport through ancestry is not in itself a route to lower taxation or other freedoms if your original nation still can hold claim over you.
For example, one Norman Dacey, author of “How To Avoid Probate”, chose to obtain Irish nationality on the basis that he could claim ancestry there.
Dacey duly moved to Ireland some years ago and declared himself an Irish citizen. The Internal Revenue Service of the United States however saw things differently and confiscated royalties even though Dacey had been outside of the USA and held an Irish passport. Formal renunciation of US citizenship at the US embassy quickly followed.

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Passports by Discretion and unpublished programs – Second passport

 

Passports by Discretion and Unpublished Programs

Typically the best there is — if you can get it
We have available some very attractive citizenship program which make you eligible for passport, national ID and driving licence
Citizenship, passports and indeed honorary diplomatic appointments and diplomatic passports are often granted without the need for specific economic citizenship legislation. Many nations have provisions in their laws that allow the granting of citizenship by discretion or rather at the simple behest of a government ministry.
Even the United States and Great Britain routinely grant citizenship and passports to persons whom they believe may be of value and who will benefit the nation. The same is true of course for many other nations around the world. In these cases, each applicant is considered individually and not as part of any collective policy decision by a government. Knowing the right people to approach is of course vital.
This brings us to another class of second passport program that, in a way, is a combination of an economic citizenship scheme and the discretionary approach.
Such schemes seek to attract investors not through economic citizenship legislation as such, but rather via the discretionary approach described above. To qualify, an investment in a government-approved business is usually required. This, in turn, is considered to be of a sufficient “benefit for the nation” for the relevant government department to exercise its “discretion” and offer the investor an instant second passport.
These programs often contain confidentiality clauses and are made available to a handful of lawyers and other trusted specialists. Nations have increasingly chosen this approach at the advice of international tax lawyers who have noted that it is in the mutual interest of the applicants and the nations alike.

 

 

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Second passport – Economic Citizenship Programs

Economic Citizenship Programs:
Second Passports for Investment
Fairly hassle-free and quick option for most
Many countries have enacted legislation that allows qualified applicants to receive instant second citizenship and a passport in return for investment. Such programs are widely known and are typically aimed at individuals who wish to leave their (often repressive) country of origin and begin a new life elsewhere.
The legal process is usually simple and swift (taking as little as three months), and the attractions are numerous for many: good visa-free travel, better stability and better economic climate of their new country, lower taxes for residents, and so on. Some economic citizenship programs allow legal name change.
Countries such as St. Kitts and Nevis, Belize and Grenada all created a “citizenship industry” alongside their offshore financial sector.
The necessary level of investment typically was set at US$ 60,000 to 70,000, although once rose as high as US$ 1.5 million in the case of the (now discontinued) Irish program.
Whilst programs relying on specific economic citizenship legislation are suitable for some, their high-profile nature has discouraged others. In addition, many such schemes have now closed up shop due to domestic and international political pressures.

Economic Citizenship Programs:Second Passports for Investment
Fairly hassle-free and quick option for most
Many countries have enacted legislation that allows qualified applicants to receive instant second citizenship and a passport in return for investment. Such programs are widely known and are typically aimed at individuals who wish to leave their (often repressive) country of origin and begin a new life elsewhere.
The legal process is usually simple and swift (taking as little as three months), and the attractions are numerous for many: good visa-free travel, better stability and better economic climate of their new country, lower taxes for residents, and so on. Some economic citizenship programs allow legal name change.
Countries such as St. Kitts and Nevis, Belize and Grenada all created a “citizenship industry” alongside their offshore financial sector.
The necessary level of investment typically was set at US$ 60,000 to 70,000, although once rose as high as US$ 1.5 million in the case of the (now discontinued) Irish program.
Whilst programs relying on specific economic citizenship legislation are suitable for some, their high-profile nature has discouraged others. In addition, many such schemes have now closed up shop due to domestic and international political pressures.

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Common Routes To Second Passports

How do you go about getting a second passport then?
There are those lucky enough who can claim a second passport instantly and for free — such as children whose mother and father each has a different nationality.
Others, such as long-term residents of countries other than their native one, or those married to a foreign spouse, are often also entitled to a second passport. Whilst free, this is not a route that’s open to everyone for reasons of practicalities. Moreover, patience is needed: this can be a slow route, often filled with obstacles; it typically takes several years before a second passport is granted.
So is there a fast and hassle-free route to a second passport?

How do you go about getting a second passport then?
There are those lucky enough who can claim a second passport instantly and for free — such as children whose mother and father each has a different nationality.
Others, such as long-term residents of countries other than their native one, or those married to a foreign spouse, are often also entitled to a second passport. Whilst free, this is not a route that’s open to everyone for reasons of practicalities. Moreover, patience is needed: this can be a slow route, often filled with obstacles; it typically takes several years before a second passport is granted.
So is there a fast and hassle-free route to a second passport?

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Second passport – Financial Privacy And Security

Financial Privacy And Security
Second passports that incorporate a legal name change are used by many as the basis of their asset protection strategy.
William Godwin, a 19th-century philosopher and the husband of the author of Frankenstein, once posed a very interesting and a thought-provoking question:
“When I was born,” Godwin pondered, “did I sign any agreement by which I agreed to the terms and conditions of the laws and the government under which I now find myself ruled?”
dual citizenshipThe answer is of course no, he did not — and neither did you, nor I, nor any of those many individuals who choose to acquire a second passport and citizenship as they grow dissatisfied with the “terms and conditions” attached to their birth nationality.
This is not to suggest that there is anything wrong with national pride; however, the increasing erosion of national sovereignty by global authorities (and the emergence of a near-federal state in Europe) has dampened these emotions except amongst the mentally challenged hooligan on the football terraces.
Furthermore, government interference in its citizens affairs are at an all-time high; centralist socialist administrations need your tax revenue to fuel the human machinery (bureaucracy) by which they seek to order your lives.
A second passport has become for many the foundation stone for a permanent and absolutely secure asset protection strategy. Holding assets as a citizen and passport holder of another nation, even if under a different name, is not in itself illegal. The benefits are also permanent and absolute.
An assets strategy based upon a second nationality is not subject to the fortunes of offshore centres like the Bahamas that may or may not in the future reveal your assets to a centralised world financial authority: Even the most sophisticated and intrusive form of electronic surveillance (legal or otherwise) will be unable to thwart a simple legal procedure — a name change.

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Second passports – No-Nonsense, Present-Day Perspective

 

Get the Facts
Before Getting a Second Passport
As politicians at national and international level curtail our personal freedoms, more and more people are searching for a second passport to escape the clutches of the bureaucrat. Before you begin your search, arm yourself with the facts and reject the fiction.

Get the FactsBefore Getting a Second PassportAs politicians at national and international level curtail our personal freedoms, more and more people are searching for a second passport to escape the clutches of the bureaucrat. Before you begin your search, arm yourself with the facts and reject the fiction.

No-Nonsense, Present-Day Perspective

Ole Wallin outlines some of the benefits of owning a second passport.

 

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Second Passports: Who Needs Them?

 

In the classified advertisement section of many international publications and all over the Internet, you will find many organisations and individuals who advocate owning a second passport. It clearly has many advantages.
As with anything that is unusual, misunderstood and moreover a direct threat to big government authority, there are many misconceptions concerning second passports.
Contrary to the most widely held myth, it is not in itself illegal if the necessary procedures are handled correctly and professionally.
Neither are benefits of owning a second passport purely limited to a name change and for those in society who for whatever reason feel the need to disappear — although clearly it does offer a great advantage to this class of person.
The ownership of a second passport means freedom from whatever forms of oppression — fiscal or political — you may be subjected to.
As a privacy tool and as a means of reducing taxation liabilities and protecting assets, a second passport is of undeniable importance. To the politically and economically oppressed or those unlucky enough to live in pariah nations, a second passport is a lifeline.

In the classified advertisement section of many international publications and all over the Internet, you will find many organisations and individuals who advocate owning a second passport. It clearly has many advantages.As with anything that is unusual, misunderstood and moreover a direct threat to big government authority, there are many misconceptions concerning second passports.

Contrary to the most widely held myth, it is not in itself illegal if the necessary procedures are handled correctly and professionally.Neither are benefits of owning a second passport purely limited to a name change and for those in society who for whatever reason feel the need to disappear — although clearly it does offer a great advantage to this class of person.

The ownership of a second passport means freedom from whatever forms of oppression — fiscal or political — you may be subjected to.As a privacy tool and as a means of reducing taxation liabilities and protecting assets, a second passport is of undeniable importance. To the politically and economically oppressed or those unlucky enough to live in pariah nations, a second passport is a lifeline.

 

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Second passport and citizenship program from Lithuania

Lithuania, officially the Republic of Lithuania is a country in Northern Europe,Baltic states. Situated along the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea, it shares borders with Latvia to the north, Belarus to the southeast, Poland,and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad to the southwest. Lithuania is a member of NATO, the Council of Europe, and the European Union. Lithuania became a full member of the Schengen Agreement on 21 December 2007. Its population is 3.6 million. Its capital and the largest city is Vilnius. In 2009,Vilnius is the European Capital of Culture and Lithuania celebrates the millennium of its name.
lithuania_pol98For further information on the country please click the link: Lithuania
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Lithuania will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Lithuania government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Lithuania passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Lithuania will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Lithuania passport. You can only use your Lithuania passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:

pasas2008
Lithuania passport
Lithuania national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 12,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
4,000 Euro starting fee;
4,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
4,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Lithuania passport:
Europe

European Union: unlimited
Albania: 90 days
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Liechtenstein: unlimited access
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days
Africa
Cape Verde: Visa issued on arrival
Comoros: Visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti: Visa issued upon arrival
Egypt: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Kenya: 3 month visa issued upon arrival
Madagascar: 90 day visa issued upon arrival
Mauritius: 6 months
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 3 months
Mozambique: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Réunion: unlimited access
Saint Helena: 90 days
Seychelles: 1 month
Swaziland: 1 month
Tanzania: visa issued upon arrival
Togo: 1month visa issued upon arrival
Uganda: 6 month visa issued upon arrival
Zambia: visa issued upon arrival
Americas
Anguilla: 3 months
Antigua and Barbuda: 3 months
Argentina: 3 months
Aruba: 3 months
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 3 months
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Bolivia: 30 days
Brazil: 90 days
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 day issued upon arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 3 months
Falkland Islands: 3 months
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 3 months
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 3 months
Jamaica: Visa issued on arrival
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 180 days
Montserrat: 3 months
Netherlands Antilles: 3 months
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 3 months
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 30 days
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States of America: 90 days
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days
Venezuela: 3 months
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Asia
Armenia: 120 day visa issued on arrival
Azerbaijan: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90 day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei: 30 days
Cambodia: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Republic of China  (Taiwan) 30 days
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 3 months
Japan: 90 days
Jordan: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Lebanon: 3 month visa issued upon arrival
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 3 months
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 60 day visa issued upon arrival
Oman: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 90 days
Sri Lanka: 30 days
Syria: 15 day visa issued on arrival
Tajikistan: 45 day visa issued upon arrival
Thailand: 15 day visa issued on arrival
Timor-Leste: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 1 month
Yemen: 3 month visa issued upon arrival
Oceania
Australia: 90 days
Cook Islands: 31 days
French Polynesia: 90 days
Guam: 90 days
Kiribati: 28 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Marshall Islands: 30 day visa issued on arrival
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Norfolk Island: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Samoa: 60 days
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

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How to Easily Obtain Instant Alternative Citizenship

Unless you are the lucky one to become a citizen of another state by reasons of marriage, lineage or religious affiliation, the economic citizenship program is the easiest way to get an instant alternative citizenship. You don’t have to break the law nor be a millionaire to afford yourself getting a second passport and a lifestyle of “Rich and Famous” with the same level of freedom and security.

Economic Citizenship Program Requires Investments

Economic citizenship programs are the official government sponsored programs of instant citizenship. Some countries have adopted programs which allow the acquisition of citizenship in return for a direct contribution to the state as a means of development of the country. They are either seeking for a donation into their budgets or trying to attract significant foreign investments into the economy.

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Why Would Somebody Need a Second Passport and citizenship program

If you already surfed the web for the information about second passport you’d have probably found plenty of articles very informative and truthful but noticed that they are obviously trying to persuade or convince you that you need to get an alternative passport as fast as of yesterday. We believe if you are reading this article, no need to convince, you already belong to the group of people who would certainly benefit from having one. Speaking simply, there are two categories of reasons: personal (including political) and economic.

Second Passport Increases the Degree of Your Freedom

First of all passport is a traveling document. And if that document does not allow you to travel free, say you need to get all kind of visas, register here and there, report on your travels to your home country authorities and so on, why not to get another document to increase the degree of your freedom and latitude of movement.

The “Right” Second Passport Contributes to Your Personal Safety

When traveling in certain countries where your US or UK or whatever else current passport is very unpopular and may provoke local people to negative attitude towards you and even jeopardize your life, making you a target for terrorists, you might prefer to use an alternative identification document.

Get an Insurance Policy with Second Passport in Times of Strife

If your home country is politically unstable you cannot be even sure that your passport will not be canceled or renounced at any time by the new coming governments. What will insure you and your family against unforeseeable troubles of that kind?

Second Passport Can Extend Your Business Opportunities

Your current nationality may limit your investment or entrepreneur abilities. Some bank would not even open you a bank account if you hold a passport of a “blacklisted” country. Blacklisted by a particular bank that doesn’t want any troubles with, for example, US tax authorities.

Save Your Earnings Thanks to Alternative Citizenship

Not to mention taxation reasons. Many states would tax you with your worldwide income. At the same time some other states let you keep your hard-earned money with you if the source of income is not related to that particular country. Why not to take this opportunity and save some money that might be better used for the needs of your family.

Change Your Current Place of Residence to a Decent Country

You may want to emigrate to change your current place of residence by moving to some decent country because of the crime within your home country or just to avoid the requirement to serve in the army or by any other reason you may have, but your current citizenship is not the best “partner”. You don’t even need to become a citizen of a first world country to live in there, there’s plenty of small peaceful states that you can get a citizenship and a passport and then choose almost any country in the world for your next residence. You may even unexpectedly find out a paradise to live in the country of your new passport, which you never heard before you bought its citizenship. Besides that your new passport can give you more chances for successful application to immigration of the mentioned first world countries and get their citizenship later. This may be the case, for example, of citizens of the former USSR or some Asian countries. There’s also a category of people who is seeking for alternative citizenship to, vice versa, never live in this country since being a PT (permanent traveller) they follow the “theory of five flags” prescribing them to have their countries of citizenship, residency, source of income etc. as juridically different states. There’s plenty of other reasons you might have still not listed above though being the main cause for you to consider obtaining a second citizenship for you and your family. Every country has its citizenship program in place. But those programs financially available for middle-class people are coming and going and one day you may appear in a situation of no options at all. If you feel you might need it in future you better go for it now!

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Exit Tax for US Expatriates – Second passport and citizenship program

If you have taken the far-reaching and irrevocable decision of giving up your US citizenship to permanently disconnect from your US tax obligation, you still have to settle your exit with the IRS. On June 17, 2008 the new law came into force that made it relatively easier comparing to the previously existing regulations. Though now, if you are wealthy enough, giving up your US citizenship proves to be a rather expensive step.

Covered Expatriates and Exit Tax Threshold

The law applies to US citizens who expatriate, as well as long-term US permanent residents who give up their green cards, which they have held for 8 of the last 15 years. Both categories are subject to immediate “exit tax” on unrealized gains on all their assets in the US and worldwide, including grantor trusts, as well as on any future gifts or bequests to US citizens and residents, if any.

You qualify for the covered expatriate and the related exit tax, if you meet any of the following criteria:

  • you have a net worth of US$ 2 million or more;
  • you have an average net U.S. income tax liability of greater than US$ 139,000 for the five year period prior to expatriation; or
  • you fail to certify that you have complied with all U.S. federal tax obligations for the preceding five years.

The exceptions are dual nationals from birth, who have not lived in the US for more than 10 years from the last 15, and persons younger than 18½ who have not lived in the US for more than 10 years.

Mark-to-market Tax on Unrealized Gains

The exit tax is being applied to the net unrealized gains on the covered expatriate assets estimated on the “mark-to-market” basis, as if the assets were sold on their fair market value on the day preceding the expatriation. The first US$ 600,000 gains are exempt from the tax. Any gain over US$ 600,000 is subject to US income tax.

The tax payment is due within 90 days after giving up your US citizenship. Expatriation is considered effective for tax purposes even if you fail to file the Expatriation Information Statement (form 8854).

The exceptions from the main rule are certain deferred compensation items, specified tax deferred accounts, and non-grantor trusts.

Specified tax deferred account is subject to immediate inclusion in the expatriate’s income subject to exit tax. This provision covers among all certain individual retirement plans, tuition programs, Coverdell education savings accounts, and health savings account, Archer MSA. No further tax, such as early distribution tax, is to be applied to these items thereafter.

30% Withholding Tax

Deferred compensation items, depending on their nature, are either subject to 30% withholding tax at the moment of payment, or to be included in the personal income of the expatriate subject to exit tax. Those items, that are subject to 30% withholding tax by being a distribution to covered expatriates, are also most likely to be taxed again at the 30% rate as payments to non-resident aliens. Such treatment may cut certain pension plans and retirement accounts by up to 51% net tax.

Withholding tax rate is not subject to reduction under any of the existing tax treaties between the US and other countries.

Distributions of non-grantor trusts are treated the same way with certain exceptions.

Future Gifts and Bequests

If being a covered expatriate you make a gift or bequest to a US citizen or resident in the amount exceeding US$ 12,000 in any calendar year, the recipient, including in case it is a US trust, is to withhold the tax at the highest marginal estate or gift tax rate existing on the moment of the gift or bequest, with no regular allowances for the same taxes granted to US persons. Though, any tax already paid to a foreign country in regards with the covered gift or bequest is allowed for credit in the US.

The covered gift or bequest is exempted from the tax, if the recipient is a US spouse or a qualified charity.

This provision is effective for your lifetime.

Furthermore, if you were not a covered expatriate at the moment of exit, but you qualify as such following the same criteria at the moment of making gift or bequest, the latter fall into the category of covered.

Procedure to Relinquish the US Citizenship or Residence

Basically, you need to undertake the following:

  1. Get a second citizenship in another country.
  2. Leave the US.
  3. Appear before the US Consul in that country to renounce your US citizenship.
  4. File the form 8854, Expatriation Information Statement.
  5. Pay the due exit tax.

As a covered expatriate, you will be able to visit and even stay for certain time in the United States, and the mere fact of being an expatriate does not make you a US tax resident. You still can become taxable in the US under the normal US tax rules.

Best Time to Exit

Interestingly, but entry into force of the new rules concurred with development of the global financial crisis. The real property and other assets values are really depressed right now. The lower is the fair market price, the smaller unrealized gains it’s bringing, the easier it is to fit into the US$ 600,000 threshold.

If you have thought it well, you better do it now.

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How to Legally Obtain Second Citizenship and Passport

Economic citizenship program is a legitimate program supported by the Government providing for citizenship to foreign investors in exchange for a substantial contribution to the country’s economy.

Economic Citizenship Basics
While being a citizen of one country, you may feel the need to acquire a citizenship and passport of another country. An alternative citizenship and passport of a decent country with a good international reputation may bring you a number of advantages, such as easy travel to certain first world countries with no visa requirements, more personal safety when traveling to specific countries, insurance for you and your family against unexpected personal, political or economical strife, better choice of places to live and much more.

Second citizenship and passport can also become a good business instrument for expansion of your investment and entrepreneurial abilities, improvement of your taxation regime, asset and privacy protection.

Most countries have in place the according laws for regulation of granting citizenship to aliens. You can normally qualify for citizenship of a foreign country on the grounds of birth on its territory, marriage, lineage or religious affiliation. If none is the case, there is an option of naturalization. The latter normally requires several years of permanent residence in the country (3 to 10 years).

However, there exist quicker options. Some countries maintain economic citizenship or citizenship-by-investment programs. Governments of those countries utilize the program to attract investors of good character to make a substantial contribution to the development of the country’s economy. These investors can then apply for citizenship and passport within the relevant regulations. The latter includes a rigorous vetting process with a detailed criminal background check. None of such countries issues passports to criminals.

At the present moment, we have several countries in the world witch provide official economic citizenship.

Note that to be a citizen of two and more countries, each of them should recognize dual citizenship. If one of the countries does not recognize it, you are to renounce the previous citizenship to leave only one.

If you plan to use second citizenship and passport for asset and privacy protection purposes, you should be aware that building of the according scheme may involve years. It is also important to understand that instant citizenship or fast-track citizenship programs, unlike the official citizenship programs, are not guaranteed from being stopped or suspended any time.

That is why it is recommended to start acting in this direction as soon as possible. The earlier you get this instrument in your possession, the more effective it may appear for your further planning.

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Top 6 reasons to buy a second passport and nationality

Professional service to serious customers, who need it for an overall tax and business plan.

Security reasons when traveling for U.S, Israeli and U.K. citizen.

Traveling with a European passport may get you out of harms way or may significally reduce stigmatization due to nationality, religious belief or culture background.

Study and move freely within the Europe without the need for visa, resident permit. Eu constitution enable citizen of EU to take any job or study within EU member states. Work in EU without the need for work permit (great for “fallen CEO” to use their expertise in a region where they are more appreciated. Basically can you re-locate you`re whole family.

Anonymity as an individual or as a family. Stigmatization due to ethnic origin, religion, cultural background, may be an blockage for you in business or if you do business in some regions. The program comes with a possible sealed name as an addition. Here you my anonymize you`re ethnic origin, religion, origin nationality and cultural background. Are you a celeberty? Be an “average Joe” when you do business, travel or want to stay private, away from preying eyes.

Fresh start in life. People make mistakes and choices that reduce their quality of life. Sometimes it can actually destroy you`re life. You have only one life and you should be able to correct the mistakes of the past. Please note, this is not a free haven. Some mistakes may not be eligabel under this program. But will be eligabel under some other European program. Please enquirer, we can help most clients.

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Second passport and citizenship program from Albania

Albania, officially the Republic of Albania, is a Mediterranean country in South Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Montenegro to the north, Kosovo to the northeast, Macedonia to the east and Greece to the south-east. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the west, and on the Ionian  Sea to the southwest. It is less than 72 km (45 mi) from Italy, across the Strait of Otranto which links the Adriatic Sea to the Ionian Sea.
albaniaFor further information on the country please click the link below: Albania
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Type 1: National ID card and passport of Albania will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Albania government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Albania passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Albania will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Albania passport. You can only use your Albania passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:
albania passport
Albania passport
Albania national ID card
Processing time:
We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 11,500 Euro which is payable in 2 steps:
5,500 Euro starting fee;
6,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Albania passport:
Europe
Macedonia 90 days
Montenegro90 days
Kosovo visa-free
Turkey 2months (visa issued on arrival)
Americas
Antigua and Barbuda 1 month
Barbados28 days
Chile 90 days(visa on arrival)
Dominica21 days
Ecuador 90days
Grenada 3months
Haiti 3 months
Jamaica(visa on arrival)
Trinidad and Tobago 1 month
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 month
Asia, Africa and Oceania

Armenia120 days (visa on arrival)
Azerbaijan30 days (visa on arrival)
Bangladesh90 days (visa on arrival)
Cambodia30 days (visa on arrival)
Georgia (visa on arrival)
Ghana (visa on arrival)
Kenya 3 months(visa on arrival)
Laos 30 days(visa on arrival)
Madagascar90 days
Mozambique30 days (visa on arrival)
Mongolia(visa on arrival)
Malaysia3 months
Nepal 60 days(visa on arrival)
Singapore30 days
South Korea 30 days
Samoa 60 days(visa on arrival)
Sri Lanka 30 days (visa on arrival)
Togo 7 days(visa on arrival)
Uganda (visa on arrival)

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Second passport and citizenship program from Bulgaria

Bulgaria officially the Republic of Bulgaria, is a country in the Balkans in south-eastern Europe.Bulgaria borders five other countries: Romania to the north (mostly along the River Danube), Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia to the west, and Greece and Turkey to the south. The Black Sea defines the extent of the country to the east.
BulgariaFor further information on the country please click the link below: Bulgaria
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Study in European union without visa or other permits.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Bulgaria will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Bulgaria government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Bulgaria passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Bulgaria will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Bulgaria passport. You can only use your Bulgaria passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:

Bulgarian passport
Bulgaria passport
Bulgaria national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 12,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps;
4,000 Euro starting fee;
4,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
4,000 euro after receiving your documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Bulgaria passport:
Europe

European Union: unlimited
Albania: 1 month
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Liechtenstein: unlimited access
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days
Africa

Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival
Comoros: Visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti: 1-month
Egypt: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Kenya: 3-month visa issued upon arrival
Madagascar: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Mauritius: 6 months
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 3 months
Mozambique: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Réunion: unlimited access
Seychelles: 1 month
Swaziland: 1 month
Tanzania: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Togo: 7-day visa issued upon arrival
Uganda: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Zambia: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Americas

Anguilla: 90 days
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 90 days
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 90 days
Barbados: 28 days
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Bolivia: 30 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 30 days
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 90 days
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 90 days
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: Visa issued on arrival
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 90 days
Montserrat: 90 days
Netherlands Antilles: 90 days
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 14 days
Saint Lucia: 28 days
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 1 month
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States: 90 days, see Visa Waiver Program
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days
Venezuela: 3 months
Asia

Armenia: 120-day visa issued upon arrival
Azerbaijan: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei: 30 days
Cambodia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Republic of China (Taiwan): 30 days
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 90 days
Japan: 90 days
Jordan: Visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 90 days
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival
Oman: Visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 90 days
Sri Lanka: 30 days
Syria: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Thailand: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Timor-Leste: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 30 days
Yemen: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Oceania

American Samoa: 30 days
Australia: 90 days (eVisitor required)
Cook Islands: 31 days
Fiji: 4 months
French Polynesia: 90 days
Guam: 90 days
Kiribati: 28 days
Marshall Islands: 30 days
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Samoa: 60 days
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

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Second passport and second citizenship program from Latvia

Latvia, officially the Republic of Latvia is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Estonia(343 km), to the south by Lithuania (588 km), to the east by the Russian Federation(276 km), and to the southeast by Belarus(141 km).Across the Baltic Sea to the west lies Sweden. The territory of Latvia covers 64,589 km(24,938 sq mi) and it has a temperate seasonal climate.
latvia-mapFor further information on the country please click the link below: Latvia
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Latvia will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Latvia government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Latvia passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Latvia will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Latvia passport. You can only use your Latvia passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:

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Latvia passport
Latvia national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 15,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
5,000 Euro starting fee;
5,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
5,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Latvia passport:
Europe

European Union: unlimited
Albania: 1 month
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Liechtenstein: unlimited access
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days
Africa

Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival
Comoros: Visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti: 1-month
Egypt: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Kenya: 3-month visa issued upon arrival
Madagascar: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Mauritius: 6 months
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 3 months
Mozambique: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Réunion: unlimited access
Seychelles: 1 month
Swaziland: 1 month
Tanzania: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Togo: 7-day visa issued upon arrival
Uganda: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Zambia: 3 month visa issued on arrival
Americas

Anguilla: 90 days
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 90 days
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 90 days
Barbados: 28 days
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Bolivia: 30 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 30 days
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 90 days
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 90 days
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: Visa issued on arrival
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 90 days
Montserrat: 90 days
Netherlands Antilles: 90 days
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 14 days
Saint Lucia: 28 days
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 1 month
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States: 90 days, see Visa Waiver Program
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days
Venezuela: 3 months
Asia

Armenia: 120-day visa issued upon arrival
Azerbaijan: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei: 30 days
Cambodia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Republic of China (Taiwan): 30 days
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 90 days
Japan: 90 days
Jordan: Visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 90 days
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival
Oman: Visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 90 days
Sri Lanka: 30 days
Syria: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Thailand: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Timor-Leste: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 30 days
Yemen: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Oceania

American Samoa: 30 days
Australia: 90 days (eVisitor required)
Cook Islands: 31 days
Fiji: 4 months
French Polynesia: 90 days
Guam: 90 days
Kiribati: 28 days
Marshall Islands: 30 days
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Samoa: 60 days
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

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Second passport and citizenship program from Guatemala

Guatemala is a country in Central America bordered by Mexico to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize to the northeast, the Caribbean Honduras and El Salvador to the southeast. Its size is just under 110,000 km² with an estimated population of 14,000,000.
In March 2005 Guatemala’s congress ratified the Dominican Republic – Central American Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA) between several Central American nations and the United States.[31] Guatemala also has free trade agreements with Taiwan and Colombia.
guatemala
For further information on the country please click the link below: Guatemala
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Obtaining many countries visa such as U.S – Canada – Australia and New Zealand.
Entering schengen countries and England without visa.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Notarized and translated national ID
3 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Height
Eye color
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Processing procedure:
After receiving your passport scan and other documents we will arrange for the official steps to be taken and your file will be started.
After your case gets approved by the Guatemala Home office in 45-60 days, your national ID card will be issued and will be sent to you.
You will travel to Nicaragua and enter Guatemala using your national ID card.(by law it is not required to carry a passport when entering Guatemala from Nicaragua border.)
After 2-3 weeks your passport will be issued and you can collect it yourself from the Home office. You need to stay in Guatemala during this period.
Note:National ID card and passport of Guatemala is fully original and obtained by yourself and the record can be viewed from the official government website.
Documents that you will receive:
GUATEMALA passport
Guatemala passport
Guatemala national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 60-90 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 60 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 40,000 US Dollar which is payable in 3 steps:
15,000 US Dollar starting fee and document submission and lawyer’s fee;
12,500 US Dollar after receiving the Guatemala national ID card;
12,500 US Dollar after receiving your documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Guatemala passport:
Americas
Anguilla
3 months
Argentina
90 days
Aruba
30 days
Bahamas
3 months
Belize
30 days
Bermuda
6 months
Brazil
90 days
British Virgin Islands
30 days
Chile
90 days
Colombia
90 days
Costa Rica
30 days
Dominica
21 days
Dominican Republic
Tourist Card issued on Arrival (30 days, $10)
Ecuador
90 days
ElSalvador
3 months
FrenchGuiana
90 days
Greenland
90 days
Guadeloupe
90 days
Haiti
3 months
Honduras
3 months
Martinique
90 days
Montserrat
14 days
Netherlands Antilles
3 months
Nicaragua
90 days
Panama
30 days
Paraguay
90 days
Saint Barthélemy
90 days
Saint Kitts and Nevis
3 months
SaintLucia
6 week visa issued on arrival
Saint Martin
90 days
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1 month
Trinidad and Tobago
3 months
Uruguay
3 months
Venezuela
90 days
Asia
Armenia
Visa on Arrival (120 days, 15,000 AMD)
Azerbaijan
Visa on Arrival (1 month, $100)
Bangladesh
Visa on Arrival (90 days, $50, available at Dhaka Zia International Airport)
Cambodia
Visa on Arrival (30 days, $20 for tourist, $25 for business)
Hong Kong
1 month
Israel
3 months
Japan
90 days (extend able up to 180 days)
Jordan
1 month visa issued on Arrival (10 JOD)
Laos
Visa on arrival (30 days, $35, available at all ports of entry except overland from Cambodia)
Macau
30 day visa issued on arrival for MOP 100
Malaysia
1 month
Maldives
30 days
Nepal
Visa on Arrival (40 days, $40)
Philippines
21 days
Singapore
30 days
SouthKorea
30 days
Syria
15 day visa issued on arrival
Timor-Leste
Visa on Arrival (30 days, $30)
Turkey
3 months
Africa
Cape Verde
Visa on Arrival
Comoros
Visa on Arrival
Djibouti
Visa on Arrival (10 days for 3,000 Djiboutian franc,1 month for 5,000 Djiboutian franc)
Egypt
Visa on Arrival (1 month for $15)
Kenya
Visa on Arrival (3 months for $50)
Madagascar
Visa on Arrival (90 days for 140,000 Malagasyariary)
Mayotte
90 days
Mozambique
30 visa issued on Arrival ($25)
Réunion
3 months
Seychelles
1 month
Tanzania
Visa on Arrival ($50)
Togo
Visa on Arrival (7 days, fee 10,000 XOF)
Uganda
Visa on Arrival ($30)
Zambia
Visa on Arrival ($25)
Europe
Schengen countries
90 days
Andorra
90 days
Bulgaria
90 days
Croatia
90 days
Cyprus
90 days
Ireland
3 months
Gibraltar
90 days
Kosovo
90 days
Macedonia
90 days
Montenegro
90 days
Romania
90 days
United Kingdom (including  Isle of Man, Jersey &  Guernsey)
6 months
Oceania
Cook Islands
31 days
French Polynesia
90 days
Micronesia
30 days
New Caledonia
90 days
Niue
30 days
Palau
Visa on Arrival (30 days, free of charge)
Papua New Guinea
Visa on Arrival (60 days, PGK 100)
Samoa
60 days
Tuvalu
Visa on arrival (1 month, free of charge)
Wallis and Futuna
90 days

October 28, 2009 Posted by | Central America passport & citizenship programs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport and citizenship program from Romania

Romania is a country located in South eastern and Central Europe, North of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Lower Danube, within and outside the Carpathian arch, bordering on the Black Sea. Almost all of the Danube Delta is located within its territory. It shares a border with Hungary and Serbia to the west, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova to the northeast, and Bulgaria to the south.
romania
For further information on the country please click the link: Romania
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Romania will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Romania government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Romania passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Romania will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Romania passport. You can only use your Romania passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:

romania passport
Romania passport
Romania national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 15,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
5,000 Euro starting fee;
5,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
5,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Romania passport:

 

Europe
European Union: unlimited
Albania: 90 days
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Liechtenstein: unlimited access
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days

Africa

Cape Verde: Visa issued on arrival
Comoros: Visa issued upon arrival
Djibouti: Visa issued upon arrival
Egypt: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Kenya: 3 month visa issued upon arrival
Madagascar: 90 day visa issued upon arrival
Mauritius: 6 months
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 3 months
Mozambique: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Réunion: unlimited access
Saint Helena: 90 days
Seychelles: 1 month
Swaziland: 1 month
Tanzania: visa issued upon arrival
Togo: 1month visa issued upon arrival
Uganda: 6 month visa issued upon arrival
Zambia: visa issued upon arrival

Americas
Anguilla: 3 months
Antigua and Barbuda: 3 months
Argentina: 3 months
Aruba: 3 months
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 3 months
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Bolivia: 30 days
Brazil: 90 days
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 day issued upon arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 3 months
Falkland Islands: 3 months
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 3 months
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 3 months
Jamaica: Visa issued on arrival
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 180 days
Montserrat: 3 months
Netherlands Antilles: 3 months
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 3 months
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 30 days
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States of America: 90 days
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days
Venezuela: 3 months
British Virgin Islands: 30 days

Asia
Armenia: 120 day visa issued on arrival
Azerbaijan: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90 day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei: 30 days
Cambodia: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Republic of China  (Taiwan) 30 days
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 3 months
Japan: 90 days
Jordan: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Lebanon: 3 month visa issued upon arrival
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 3 months
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 60 day visa issued upon arrival
Oman: 1 month visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 90 days
Sri Lanka: 30 days
Syria: 15 day visa issued on arrival
Tajikistan: 45 day visa issued upon arrival
Thailand: 15 day visa issued on arrival
Timor-Leste: 30 day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 1 month
Yemen: 3 month visa issued upon arrival

Oceania
Australia: 90 days
Cook Islands: 31 days
French Polynesia: 90 days
Guam: 90 days
Kiribati: 28 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Marshall Islands: 30 day visa issued on arrival
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Norfolk Island: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Samoa: 60 days
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

 

October 27, 2009 Posted by | Europe passport & citizenship program | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport and citizenship program from Nicaragua

Nicaragua officially the Republic of Nicaragua,is a representative democratic Central America with an area of 130,373 km.The country is bordered by Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south. The Pacific Ocean lies to the west of the country, the Caribbean Sea to the east. Falling within the tropics,Nicaragua sits between 11 degrees and 14 degrees north of the Equator, in the Northern Hemisphere.
Nicaragua’s capital city is Managua,with approximately one-fourth of Nicaraguans living there.
nicaragua
For further information on the country please click the link below: Nicaragua
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Obtaining many countries visa such as U.S – Canada – Australia and New zealand.
Entering schengen countries and England without visa.
Required documents:

Passport scan
Notarized and translated national ID and  by Nicaragua embassy in your country. We may assist you if applicable
Notarized and translated criminal record and  by Nicaragua embassy in your country. We may assist you if applicable
Notarized and translated marriage status and by Nicaragua embassy in your country. We may assist you if applicable
Note: This citizenship is done by marriage and we will arrange the necessary documents if you are already married.
3 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Processing procedure:
We will start your application and find you a suitable spouse which matches your file and arrange the paper work and you will fly to Nicaragua.
We will meet you in Nicaragua and arrange you a place for staying during the process time.
You will get married in a pre arranged court.
After 2-3 weeks your national ID card will be issued and you can collect it yourself from the Home office. After this we need 2-3 months to complete the process. You have 2 choices:
To stay in Nicaragua until your passport is ready and collect it yourself from the Home office.
To return back to your country and fly to Nicaragua once your passport is ready
After wards you will automatically be divorced from your spouse and there will be no obligations.
Note:National ID card and passport of Nicaragua is fully original and obtained by yourself and the record can be viewed from the official government website.
Documents that you will receive:

Nicaragua passport
Nicaragua passport
Nicaragua national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 120-150 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 90 days. However, it is possible to pay an additional fee to speed up the process. Fee is payable with local authorities.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 55,000 US Dollar which is payable in 3 steps:
19,000 US Dollar starting fee and document submission and lawyer’s fee;
17,000 US Dollar after receiving the Nicaragua national ID card;
19,000 US Dollar after receiving your documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Nicaragua passport:
Europe
All Schengen Area: 90 days
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Bulgaria: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Gibraltar: 6 months
Ireland: 3 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Macedonia: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Romania: 90 days
United Kingdom: 6 months
Americas
Anguilla: 3 months
Argentina: 3 months
Aruba: 3 months
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 28 days
Belize: 30 days
Bermuda: 6 months
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 days
Ecuador: 90 day
El Salvador: 3 months
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland; 90 days
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 3 months
Montserrat: 14 days
Netherlands Antilles: 3 months
Panama: 30 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Saint Barthélemy: 90 days
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 3 months
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Martin: 90 days
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 90 days
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
Uruguay: 90 days
Africa
Burundi: Visa issued on arrival
Cape Verde:  Visa issued upon arrival
Comoros:  A free 24 hours transit visa
Djibouti: 1 month
Egypt: 30 day
Gambia:  24-72 hours transit pass is issued.
Kenya: 90 day
Madagascar90 day visa
Mayotte90 days
Mozambique30 day
Réunion90 days
Seychelles: 1 month
Tanzania: 3 month
Togo: 7 days
Uganda: 3 month
Asia
Armenia: 120 days
Bangladesh: 90 days
Cambodia: 30 day
Cyprus: 90 days
Georgia: Visa issued on arrival
Jordan: 1 month
Laos: 30 day
Macau: 30 day
Malaysia: 1 month
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 3 months
Syria: 15 day
Timor-Leste: 30 day
Turkey: 3 months
Oceania
Cook Islands: 31 days
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
Niue: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Papua New Guinea: 60 day
Samoa: 60 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

October 27, 2009 Posted by | South America passport &citizenship | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport and citizenship programs from Mexico

The United Mexican States, commonly known as Mexico, is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico.Covering almost 2 million square kilometres, Mexico is the fifth-largest country in the Americas by total area and the 14th largest independent nation in the world. With an estimated population of 109 million, it is the 11th most populous country. Mexico is a federation comprising thirty-one states and a Federal District, the capital city.
For further information on the country please click the link below:
Benefits of the passport:
Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:
Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Mexico will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Mexico government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Mexico passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Mexico will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Mexico passport. You can only use your Mexico passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:
Mexico passport
Mexico national ID card
Processing time:
We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 12,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
4,000 Euro starting fee;
4,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
4,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Mexico passport:
Europe
European Union: unlimited access
Albania: 90 days
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days
Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days
Africa
Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival
Comoros: A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport.
Djibouti: 1-month visa issued upon arrival
Egypt: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Gambia: At port of entry passport 24-72 h transit pass is issued.
Kenya: 3-month visa issued upon arrival
Lesotho: 14 days
Madagascar: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Malawi: 90 days
Mauritius: 60 days (tourist), 90 days (business)
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 90 days
Mozambique: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Namibia: 90 days
Réunion: unlimited access
Saint Helena: 90 days
Seychelles: 1 month
South Africa: 90 days
Swaziland: 2 months
Tanzania: 90 days
Togo: 7-day visa issued upon arrival
Tunisia: 90 days
Uganda: 6 months
Zambia: 90 days
Zimbabwe: 90 days
Americas
Anguilla: 90 days
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 90 days
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 90 days
Barbados: 6 months
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Brazil: 90 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 6 months
Dominican Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 30 days
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 90 days
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 90 days
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: 90 days
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 180 days tourist/30 days business
Montserrat: 90 days
Netherlands Antilles: 90 days
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 90 days
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 90 days
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States of America: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Venezuela: 3 months
Asia
Armenia: 120-day visa issued upon arrival
Azerbaijan: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei Darussalam: 30 days
Cambodia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 3 months
Japan: 3 months
Jordan: Visa issued upon arrival
Kyrgyzstan: 1-month visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Lebanon: 1 month
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 3 months
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival
Oman: visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 3 months
Syria: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Taiwan: 30 days
Timor-Leste: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 3-month visa issued upon arrival
Yemen: 1-month visa issued upon arrival
Oceania
American Samoa: 30 days
Australia: 90 days, eVisitor visa required – issued online free of charge
Cook Islands: 31 days
Fiji: 4 months
Guam: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Kiribati: 28 days
Marshall Islands: 30 days
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Papua New Guinea:  60-day visa issued upon arrival
French Polynesia: 90 days
Samoa: 60 days
Solomon Islands: 3 months
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

The United Mexican States, commonly known as Mexico, is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico.Covering almost 2 million square kilometres, Mexico is the fifth-largest country in the Americas by total area and the 14th largest independent nation in the world.

With an estimated population of 109 million, it is the 11th most populous country. Mexico is a federation comprising thirty-one states and a Federal District, the capital city.

mexicoFor further information on the country please click the link: Mexico

Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)

Easy employment in many countries.

Obtaining residency in many countries.

Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.

Signing contracts with western or European companies.

Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Required documents:

Passport scan

Signature scan (On white background)

2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background

Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)

Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.

Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.

Type 1: national ID card and passport of Mexico will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Mexico government database. But the material is 100% genuine.

In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Mexico passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.

Type 2: national ID card and passport of Mexico will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.

In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Mexico passport. You can only use your Mexico passport.

This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.

Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

mexican_passport_citizen

Mexico passport

Mexico national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 40,000 $ Dollar which is payable in 3 steps:

15,000 $ starting fee;

10,000 $ after receiving the scan of your documents;

15,000 $ after receiving you documents;

Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Mexico passport:

Europe

European Union: unlimited access

Albania: 90 days

Andorra: 90 days

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days

Croatia: 90 days

Faroe Islands: 90 days

Guernsey: 6 months

Iceland: unlimited access

Isle of Man: 6 months

Jersey: 6 months

Kosovo: 90 days

Macedonia: 90 days

Moldova: 90 days

Monaco: 90 days

Montenegro: 90 days

Norway: unlimited access

San Marino: 90 days

Serbia: 90 days

Switzerland: unlimited access

Ukraine: 90 days

Vatican City: 90 days

Africa

Botswana: 90 days

Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival

Comoros: A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport.

Djibouti: 1-month visa issued upon arrival

Egypt: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Gambia: At port of entry passport 24-72 h transit pass is issued.

Kenya: 3-month visa issued upon arrival

Lesotho: 14 days

Madagascar: 90-day visa issued upon arrival

Malawi: 90 days

Mauritius: 60 days (tourist), 90 days (business)

Mayotte: 90 days

Morocco: 90 days

Mozambique: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Namibia: 90 days

Réunion: unlimited access

Saint Helena: 90 days

Seychelles: 1 month

South Africa: 90 days

Swaziland: 2 months

Tanzania: 90 days

Togo: 7-day visa issued upon arrival

Tunisia: 90 days

Uganda: 6 months

Zambia: 90 days

Zimbabwe: 90 days

Americas

Anguilla: 90 days

Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month

Argentina: 90 days

Aruba: 30 days

Bahamas: 90 days

Barbados: 6 months

Belize: 1 month

Bermuda: 6 months

Brazil: 90 days

British Virgin Islands: 30 days

Canada: 6 months

Cayman Islands: 30 days

Chile: 90 days

Colombia: 90 days

Costa Rica: 90 days

Dominica: 6 months

Dominican Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival

Ecuador: 90 days

El Salvador: 90 days

Falkland Islands: 30 days

French Guiana: unlimited access

Greenland: 90 days

Grenada: 90 days

Guadeloupe: unlimited access

Guatemala: 90 days

Haiti: 90 days

Honduras: 90 days

Jamaica: 90 days

Martinique: unlimited access

Montserrat: 90 days

Netherlands Antilles: 90 days

Nicaragua: 90 days

Panama: 90 days

Paraguay: 90 days

Peru: 90 days

Puerto Rico: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access

Saint Kitts and Nevis: 90 days

Saint Lucia: 6 weeks

Saint Martin: unlimited access

Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month

Trinidad and Tobago: 90 days

Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days

United States of America: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Uruguay: 3 months

U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Venezuela: 3 months

Asia

Armenia: 120-day visa issued upon arrival

Azerbaijan: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Bangladesh: 90-day visa issued upon arrival

Brunei Darussalam: 30 days

Cambodia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Georgia: 360 days

Hong Kong: 90 days

Indonesia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Israel: 3 months

Japan: 3 months

Jordan: Visa issued upon arrival

Kyrgyzstan: 1-month visa issued upon arrival

Laos: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Lebanon: 1 month

Macau: 90 days

Malaysia: 3 months

Maldives: 30 days

Nepal: 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival

Oman: visa issued upon arrival

Philippines: 21 days

Singapore: 30 days

South Korea: 3 months

Syria: 15 day visa issued upon arrival

Taiwan: 30 days

Timor-Leste: 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Turkey: 3-month visa issued upon arrival

Yemen: 1-month visa issued upon arrival

Oceania

American Samoa: 30 days

Australia: 90 days, eVisitor visa required – issued online free of charge

Cook Islands: 31 days

Fiji: 4 months

Guam: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Kiribati: 28 days

Marshall Islands: 30 days

Micronesia: 30 days

New Caledonia: 90 days

New Zealand: 3 months

Niue: 30 days

Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days

Palau: 30 days

Papua New Guinea:  60-day visa issued upon arrival

French Polynesia: 90 days

Samoa: 60 days

Solomon Islands: 3 months

Tonga: 31 days

Tuvalu: 1 month

Vanuatu: 30 days

Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

October 26, 2009 Posted by | Central America passport & citizenship programs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Israeli citizen? – Let me get you out of harms way!

My name is Ole Wallin. I`m a consultant in available second passport programs and second citizenship programs. All our programs are legal and certified.

We provide the most comprehensive and cost-effective programs at the market today. We assist people of all nationalities in legally obtaining second passport or second citizenship programs.

For people with current nationality which has restricted mobility, due to travel restrictions and visa requirements. We can provide second passport programs and second citizenship programs from some countries. Without being present at the issuing country.
People with nationalities of these countries are recommended in some cases to apply for a intermediary second passport and second citizenship program. Before they apply for the second passport and second citizenship program which require you to be present in the issuing country.

We guarantee that all clients and applicants will receive their second passport or second citizenship program.

Ole Wallin consult provide legal advice and service for people of all nationalities and who needs a second passport or second citizenship for open up travel restrictions for their current nationality. People who need a second passport and citizenship as part of their over all business and tax planing strategy.

People from ethnic minority or have a religious believes which may put them in harms way if their use their current nationality.

People who has an Israeli or US nationality and fear for their securities when traveling or reside in a potential hostile region. We can provide legal second passport and second citizenship programs with possibility for a legal sealed name change. We will advise people with Israeli or US nationality and even British nationality whom have names that directly or indirectly identify their nationality, religious believes, part of an ethnic minority to serious consider such a process. Your safety is our main concern as our client.

Travel with a piece of mind as an European citizen to destinations which was previously unreachable as an U.S, U.K or Israeli citizen.

We are sorry to inform the potential risk U.S. citizen and even Israeli and U.K. citizen may face when travel to some regions of the world.
Some regions, culture and nations govern by religious guidelines, will make it difficult for U.S, U.K and Israeli citizen also to participate in business.

Please note that I`m not stigmatize any country, religion or culture. But the fact is that is difficult for some western citizen to do business in these areas and vise versa.

I will not go into the reason an potential cause to those challenges. I believe in solutions and that it what i offer. An solution to do business in an prefered countries and to eliminate the potensial personal security risk, to remove the skepticism that faces some nationalities, cultures and regions.

If you wish to do business with Muslim countries i will recommend you to obtain an European passport from some of the newest EU member states. Witch has an good blend of western and Muslim culture and religion.

In this way you open up the Muslim market and you capitalize on the EU market as an EU member and EU business entity. Here is the potential for both parties to have an joint venture in the EU market as it is challenging for some Muslim countries to exprt product to the EU market.

See the solution – Not the wall!

October 25, 2009 Posted by | Information, Israeli Citizen, U.K. Citizen, U.S. Citizen | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

U.K. Citizen? – Let me get you out of harms way!

My name is Ole Wallin. I`m a consultant in available second passport programs and second citizenship programs. All our programs are legal and certified.

We provide the most comprehensive and cost-effective programs at the market today. We assist people of all nationalities in legally obtaining second passport or second citizenship programs.

For people with current nationality which has restricted mobility, due to travel restrictions and visa requirements. We can provide second passport programs and second citizenship programs from some countries. Without being present at the issuing country.
People with nationalities of these countries are recommended in some cases to apply for a intermediary second passport and second citizenship program. Before they apply for the second passport and second citizenship program which require you to be present in the issuing country.

We guarantee that all clients and applicants will receive their second passport or second citizenship program.

Ole Wallin consult provide legal advice and service for people of all nationalities and who needs a second passport or second citizenship for open up travel restrictions for their current nationality. People who need a second passport and citizenship as part of their over all business and tax planing strategy.

People from ethnic minority or have a religious believes which may put them in harms way if their use their current nationality.

People who has an Israeli or US nationality and fear for their securities when traveling or reside in a potential hostile region. We can provide legal second passport and second citizenship programs with possibility for a legal sealed name change. We will advise people with Israeli or US nationality and even British nationality whom have names that directly or indirectly identify their nationality, religious believes, part of an ethnic minority to serious consider such a process. Your safety is our main concern as our client.

Travel with a piece of mind as an European citizen to destinations which was previously unreachable as an U.S, U.K or Israeli citizen.

We are sorry to inform the potential risk U.S. citizen and even Israeli and U.K. citizen may face when travel to some regions of the world.
Some regions, culture and nations govern by religious guidelines, will make it difficult for U.S, U.K and Israeli citizen also to participate in business.

Please note that I`m not stigmatize any country, religion or culture. But the fact is that is difficult for some western citizen to do business in these areas and vise versa.

I will not go into the reason an potential cause to those challenges. I believe in solutions and that it what i offer. An solution to do business in an prefered countries and to eliminate the potensial personal security risk, to remove the skepticism that faces some nationalities, cultures and regions.

If you wish to do business with Muslim countries i will recommend you to obtain an European passport from some of the newest EU member states. Witch has an good blend of western and Muslim culture and religion.

In this way you open up the Muslim market and you capitalize on the EU market as an EU member and EU business entity. Here is the potential for both parties to have an joint venture in the EU market as it is challenging for some Muslim countries to exprt product to the EU market.

See the solution – Not the wall!

October 25, 2009 Posted by | Information, U.K. Citizen | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

U.S. Citizen? – Let me get you out of harms way!

My name is Ole Wallin. I`m a consultant in available second passport programs and second citizenship programs. All our programs are legal and certified.

We provide the most comprehensive and cost-effective programs at the market today. We assist people of all nationalities in legally obtaining second passport or second citizenship programs.

For people with current nationality which has restricted mobility, due to travel restrictions and visa requirements. We can provide second passport programs and second citizenship programs from some countries. Without being present at the issuing country.
People with nationalities of these countries are recommended in some cases to apply for a intermediary second passport and second citizenship program. Before they apply for the second passport and second citizenship program which require you to be present in the issuing country.

We guarantee that all clients and applicants will receive their second passport or second citizenship program.

Ole Wallin consult provide legal advice and service for people of all nationalities and who needs a second passport or second citizenship for open up travel restrictions for their current nationality. People who need a second passport and citizenship as part of their over all business and tax planing strategy.

People from ethnic minority or have a religious believes which may put them in harms way if their use their current nationality.

People who has an Israeli or US nationality and fear for their securities when traveling or reside in a potential hostile region. We can provide legal second passport and second citizenship programs with possibility for a legal sealed name change. We will advise people with Israeli or US nationality and even British nationality whom have names that directly or indirectly identify their nationality, religious believes, part of an ethnic minority to serious consider such a process. Your safety is our main concern as our client.

Travel with a piece of mind as an European citizen to destinations which was previously unreachable as an U.S, U.K or Israeli citizen.

We are sorry to inform the potential risk U.S. citizen and even Israeli and U.K. citizen may face when travel to some regions of the world.
Some regions, culture and nations govern by religious guidelines, will make it difficult for U.S, U.K and Israeli citizen also to participate in business.

Please note that I`m not stigmatize any country, religion or culture. But the fact is that is difficult for some western citizen to do business in these areas and vise versa.

I will not go into the reason an potential cause to those challenges. I believe in solutions and that it what i offer. An solution to do business in an prefered countries and to eliminate the potensial personal security risk, to remove the skepticism that faces some nationalities, cultures and regions.

If you wish to do business with Muslim countries i will recommend you to obtain an European passport from some of the newest EU member states. Witch has an good blend of western and Muslim culture and religion.

In this way you open up the Muslim market and you capitalize on the EU market as an EU member and EU business entity. Here is the potential for both parties to have an joint venture in the EU market as it is challenging for some Muslim countries to exprt product to the EU market.

See the solution – Not the wall!

October 25, 2009 Posted by | Information, U.S. Citizen | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport and citizenship program from South – Africa

The Republic of South Africa is a country located at the southern tip of Africa, with a2,798 kilometers (1,739 mi) coastline on the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.To the north lie Namibia,Botswana and Zimbabwe, to the east are Mozambique and Swaziland,while Lesotho is an independent country surrounded by South Africa.
For further information on the country please click the link below:
Benefits of the passport:
Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:
Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of South Africa will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the South Africa government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and South Africa passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of South Africa will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and South Africa passport. You can only use your South Africa passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:
South Africa passport
South Africa national ID card
Processing time:
We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 8,500 US Dollar which is payable in 3 steps:
2,500 US Dollar starting fee;
3,000 US Dollar after receiving the scan of your documents;
3,000 US Dollar after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for South Africa passport:
Africa
Benin: 30 days
Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: 30 days
Comoros: Visas issued upon arrival
Ethiopia: 3 month
Gabon: 3 months
Kenya: 30 days
Lesotho: 14 days
Madagascar: 90 day
Malawi: 90 days
Mauritius: 6 months per year
Mozambique: 30 days
Namibia: 90 days
Rwanda: 3 months
Saint Helena: 90 days
Senegal: 3 months
Seychelles: 30 days
Swaziland: 60 days
Tanzania: 3 month
Togo: 7 day
Tunisia: 30 days
Uganda: 3 month
Zambia: 30 days
Zimbabwe: 90 days
Americas
Anguilla: 3 months
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 3 months
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 6 months
Belize: One month
Bermuda: 6 months
Brazil: 90 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 days
Ecuador: 90 days per year
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 90 days
Grenada: 3 months
Guatemala: 90 days
Guyana: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: 6 months
Montserrat: 3 months
Nicaragua: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 14 days
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: One month
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
Venezuela: 90 days
The Republic of South Africa is a country located at the southern tip of Africa, with a2,798 kilometers (1,739 mi) coastline on the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.To the north lie Namibia,Botswana and Zimbabwe, to the east are Mozambique and Swaziland,while Lesotho is an independent country surrounded by South Africa.
south-africa-mapFor further information on the country please click the link below: South-Africa
Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries.
No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment in many countries.
Obtaining residency in many countries.
Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:
Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of South Africa will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the South Africa government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and South Africa passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of South Africa will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and South Africa passport. You can only use your South Africa passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:
passport_south_africa_250
South Africa passport
South Africa national ID card
Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 9,500 US Dollar which is payable in 3 steps:
3,500 US Dollar starting fee;
3,000 US Dollar after receiving the scan of your documents;
3,000 US Dollar after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for South Africa passport:
Africa
Benin: 30 days
Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: 30 days
Comoros: Visas issued upon arrival
Ethiopia: 3 month
Gabon: 3 months
Kenya: 30 days
Lesotho: 14 days
Madagascar: 90 day
Malawi: 90 days
Mauritius: 6 months per year
Mozambique: 30 days
Namibia: 90 days
Rwanda: 3 months
Saint Helena: 90 days
Senegal: 3 months
Seychelles: 30 days
Swaziland: 60 days
Tanzania: 3 month
Togo: 7 day
Tunisia: 30 days
Uganda: 3 month
Zambia: 30 days
Zimbabwe: 90 days
Americas

Anguilla: 3 months
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 3 months
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 3 months
Barbados: 6 months
Belize: One month
Bermuda: 6 months
Brazil: 90 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 21 days
Dominican Republic: 30 days
Ecuador: 90 days per year
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 90 days
Grenada: 3 months
Guatemala: 90 days
Guyana: 90 days
Haiti: 3 months
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: 6 months
Montserrat: 3 months
Nicaragua: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 14 days
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: One month
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
Venezuela: 90 days

October 25, 2009 Posted by | Africa | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport and citizenship program from Portugal

Citizenship and passport of Portugal

Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic is a country located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Portugal is the westernmost country of mainland Europe and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south and by Spain to the north and east. The Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira are also part of Portugal.

Portugal is a developed country [5] and it has the world’s 19th highest quality-of-life, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit. It is the 14th most peaceful and the 13th most globalized country in the world. It is a member of the European Union (joined the then EEC in 1986, leaving the EFTA where it was a founding member in 1960) and the United Nations; as well as a founding member of the Latin Union, the Organization of Ibero-American States, OECD, NATO, Community of Portuguese Language Countries, the European Union’s Eurozone, and also a Schengen state.

portugal

For further information on the country please click the link below: Portugal

Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)

Easy employment in many countries.

Obtaining residency in many countries.

Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.

Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Required documents:

Passport scan

Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)

Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.

Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.

Type 1: national ID card and passport of Portugal will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Portugal government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Portugal passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.

Type 2: national ID card and passport of Portugal will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.

In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Portugal passport. You can only use your Portugal passport.

This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.

Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

portugal passport

Portugal passport

Portugal national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 21,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
7,000 Euro starting fee;
7,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
7,000 euro after receiving you documents;

Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Portugal passport:

Europe


European Union: unlimited access

Albania:90 days
Andorra: 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days

Croatia: 90 days
Faroe Islands: 90 days
Guernsey: 6 months
Iceland: unlimited access
Isle of Man: 6 months
Jersey: 6 months
Kosovo: 90 days
Macedonia: 90 days
Moldova: 90 days
Monaco: 90 days
Montenegro: 90 days
Norway: unlimited access
San Marino: 90 days
Serbia: 90 days
Switzerland: unlimited access
Ukraine: 90 days
Vatican City: 90 days

Africa

Botswana: 90 days
Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival
Comoros: A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport.
Djibouti: 1-month visa issued upon arrival
Egypt: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Gambia: At port of entry passport 24-72 h transit pass is issued.
Kenya: 3-month visa issued upon arrival
Lesotho: 14 days
Madagascar: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Malawi: 90 days
Mauritius: 60 days (tourist), 90 days (business)
Mayotte: 90 days
Morocco: 90 days
Mozambique: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Namibia: 90 days
Réunion: unlimited access
Saint Helena: 90 days
Seychelles: 1 month
South Africa: 90 days
Swaziland: 2 months
Tanzania: 90 days
Togo: 7-day visa issued upon arrival
Tunisia: 90 days
Uganda: 6 months
Zambia: 90 days
Zimbabwe: 90 days

Americas

Anguilla: 90 days
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 month
Argentina: 90 days
Aruba: 30 days
Bahamas: 90 days
Barbados: 6 months
Belize: 1 month
Bermuda: 6 months
Brazil: 90 days
British Virgin Islands: 30 days
Canada: 6 months
Cayman Islands: 30 days
Chile: 90 days
Colombia: 90 days
Costa Rica: 90 days
Dominica: 6 months
Dominican Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival
Ecuador: 90 days
El Salvador: 90 days
Falkland Islands: 30 days
French Guiana: unlimited access
Greenland: 90 days
Grenada: 90 days
Guadeloupe: unlimited access
Guatemala: 90 days
Haiti: 90 days
Honduras: 90 days
Jamaica: 90 days
Martinique: unlimited access
Mexico: 180 days tourist/30 days business
Montserrat: 90 days
Netherlands Antilles: 90 days
Nicaragua: 90 days
Panama: 90 days
Paraguay: 90 days
Peru: 90 days
Puerto Rico: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Saint Barthélemy: unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 90 days
Saint Lucia: 6 weeks
Saint Martin: unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago: 90 days
Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
United States of America: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Uruguay: 3 months
U.S. Virgin Islands: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Venezuela: 3 months

Asia

Armenia: 120-day visa issued upon arrival
Azerbaijan: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Bangladesh: 90-day visa issued upon arrival
Brunei Darussalam: 30 days
Cambodia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Georgia: 360 days
Hong Kong: 90 days
Indonesia: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Israel: 3 months
Japan: 3 months
Jordan: Visa issued upon arrival
Kyrgyzstan: 1-month visa issued upon arrival
Laos: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Lebanon: 1 month
Macau: 90 days
Malaysia: 3 months
Maldives: 30 days
Nepal: 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival
Oman: visa issued upon arrival
Philippines: 21 days
Singapore: 30 days
South Korea: 3 months
Syria: 15 day visa issued upon arrival
Thailand: 30 days
Taiwan: 30 days
Timor-Leste: 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Turkey: 3-month visa issued upon arrival

Yemen: 1-month visa issued upon arrival

Oceania

American Samoa: 30 days
Australia: 90 days, eVisitor visa required – issued online free of charge
Cook Islands: 31 days
Fiji: 4 months
Guam: 90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required
Kiribati: 28 days
Marshall Islands: 30 days
Micronesia: 30 days
New Caledonia: 90 days
New Zealand: 3 months
Niue: 30 days
Northern Mariana Islands: 30 days
Palau: 30 days
Papua New Guinea: 60-day visa issued upon arrival
French Polynesia: 90 days
Samoa: 60 days
Solomon Islands: 3 months
Tonga: 31 days
Tuvalu: 1 month
Vanuatu: 30 days
Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

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Second passport and citizenship from Malta (Europe)

Citizenship and passport of Malta

Malta, officially the Republic of Malta,is a densely populated developed European country in the European Union. The Southern European island nation is an archipelago that includes the inhabited islands of Malta,Gozo and Comino, along with a number of smaller, uninhabited islands. It is situated centrally in the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily Italy) and 288 km north of Tunisia. Gibraltar is1,826 km to the west and Alexandria 1,510 km to the east

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For further information on the country please click the link below: Malta

Benefits of the passport:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)

Easy employment in many countries.

Obtaining residency in many countries.

Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.

Signing contracts with western or European companies.

Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Required documents:

Passport scan

Signature scan (On white background)

2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background

Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)

Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.

Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.

Type 1: national ID card and passport of Malta will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Malta government database. But the material is 100% genuine.

In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Malta passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.

Type 2: national ID card and passport of Malta will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.

In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Malta passport. You can only use your Malta passport.

This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.

Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

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Malta passport

Malta national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 30-40 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 20-25 days.

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 21,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:

7,000 Euro starting fee;

7,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;

7,000 euro after receiving you documents;

Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Malta passport:

Europe

European Union:                                                           unlimited access

Albania:                                                                             90 days

Andorra:                                                                           90 days

Bosnia and Herzegovina:                                            90 days

Croatia:                                                                              90 days

Faroe Islands:                                                                 90 days

Guernsey: 6 months

Iceland:                                                                             unlimited access

Isle of Man:                                                                     6 months

Jersey:                                                                               6 months

Kosovo:                                                                             90 days

Macedonia:                                                                      90 days

Moldova:                                                                          90 days

Monaco:                                                                             90 days

Montenegro:                                                                   90 days

Norway:                                                                            unlimited access

San Marino:                                                                     90 days

Serbia:                                                                               90 days

Switzerland:                                                                    unlimited access

Ukraine:                                                                            90 days

Vatican City:                                                                   90 days

Africa

Botswana:                                                                         90 days

Cape Verde:                                                                     Visa issued upon arrival

Comoros:                                                                          A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport.

Djibouti:                                                                            1-month visa issued upon arrival

Egypt:                                                                                 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Gambia:                                                                             At port of entry passport 24-72 h transit pass is issued.

Kenya:                                                                               3-month visa issued upon arrival

Lesotho:                                                                           14 days

Madagascar:                                                                   90-day visa issued upon arrival

Malawi:                                                                             90 days

Mauritius:                                                                        60 days (tourist), 90 days (business)

Mayotte:                                                                           90 days

Morocco: 90 days

Mozambique:                                                                  30-day visa issued upon arrival

Namibia:                                                                            90 days

Réunion:                                                                            unlimited access

Saint Helena:                                                                   90 days

Seychelles:                                                                       1 month

South Africa:                                                                  90 days

Swaziland:                                                                        2 months

Tanzania:                                                                         90 days

Togo:                                                                                7-day visa issued upon arrival

Tunisia:                                                                           90 days

Uganda:                                                                          6 months

Zambia:                                                                           90 days

Zimbabwe:                                                                     90 days

Americas

Anguilla:                                                                          90 days

Antigua and Barbuda:                                                 1 month

Argentina:                                                                       90 days

Aruba:                                                                               30 days

Bahamas:                                                                          90 days

Barbados:                                                                        6 months

Belize:                                                                               1 month

Bermuda:                                                                        6 months

Brazil:                                                                               90 days

British Virgin Islands:                                              30 days

Canada:                                                                           6 months

Cayman Islands:                                                         30 days

Chile:                                                                                90 days

Colombia:                                                                        90 days

Costa Rica:                                                                     90 days

Dominica:                                                                       6 months

Dominican                                                                     Republic: 30-day tourist card issued on arrival

Ecuador:                                                                        90 days

El Salvador:                                                                   90 days

Falkland Islands:                                                         30 days

French Guiana:                                                            unlimited access

Greenland:                                                                     90 days

Grenada:                                                                         90 days

Guadeloupe:                                                                  unlimited access

Guatemala:                                                                     90 days

Haiti:                                                                                 90 days

Honduras:                                                                        90 days

Jamaica:                                                                           90 days

Martinique:                                                                     unlimited access

Mexico:                                                                            180 days tourist/30 days business

Montserrat:                                                                    90 days

Netherlands Antilles:                                                 90 days

Nicaragua:                                                                      90 days

Panama:                                                                           90 days

Paraguay:                                                                          90 days

Peru:                                                                                    90 days

Puerto Rico:                                                                      90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Saint Barthélemy:                                                           unlimited access

Saint Kitts and Nevis:                                                     90 days

Saint Lucia:                                                                         6 weeks

Saint Martin:                                                                      unlimited access

Saint Pierre and Miquelon:                                         90 days

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:                          1 month

Trinidad and Tobago:                                                     90 days

Turks and Caicos Islands:                                             30 days

United States of America:                                           90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Uruguay:                                                                            3 months

U.S. Virgin Islands:                                                          90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Venezuela:                                                                        3 months

Asia

Armenia:                                                            120-day visa issued upon arrival

Azerbaijan:                                                        30-day visa issued upon arrival

Bangladesh:                                                      90-day visa issued upon arrival

Brunei Darussalam:                                        30 days

Cambodia:                                                         30-day visa issued upon arrival

Georgia:                                                              360 days

Hong Kong:                                                        90 days

Indonesia:                                                          30-day visa issued upon arrival

Israel:                                                                   3 months

Japan:                                                                  3 months

Jordan:                                                                Visa issued upon arrival

Kyrgyzstan:                                                        1-month visa issued upon arrival

Laos:                                                                     30-day visa issued upon arrival

Lebanon:                                                            1 month

Macau:                                                                90 days

Malaysia:                                                            3 months

Maldives:                                                           30 days

Nepal:                                                                  15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival

Oman:                                                                  visa issued upon arrival

Philippines:                                                        21 days

Singapore:                                                         30 days

South Korea:                                                     3 months

Syria:                                                                    15 day visa issued upon arrival

Taiwan:                                                               30 days

Timor-Leste:                                                     30-day visa issued upon arrival

Turkey:                                                                3-month visa issued upon arrival

Yemen:                                                               1-month visa issued upon arrival

Oceania

American                                                            Samoa: 30 days

Australia:                                                            90 days, eVisitor visa required – issued online free of charge

Cook Islands:                                                    31 days

Fiji:                                                                        4 months

Guam:                                                                   90 days, Visa Waiver Program-ESTA required

Kiribati:                                                                28 days

Marshall Islands:                                             30 days

Micronesia:                                                       30 days

New Caledonia:                                               90 days

New Zealand:                                                   3 months

Niue:                                                                    30 days

Northern Mariana Islands:                          30 days

Palau:                                                                   30 days

Papua New Guinea:                                       60-day visa issued upon arrival

French Polynesia:                                           90 days

Samoa:                                                                60 days

Solomon Islands:                                             3 months

Tonga:                                                                  31 days

Tuvalu:                                                                1 month

Vanuatu:                                                            30 days

Wallis and Futuna:                                          90 days

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Reason to get second passort and citizenship

Do you ever know people having a second passport? Do you want to know how to get the second passport?  In this blog, you will find comprehensive information how to obtain a second passport or second citizenship. I`m  a professional lawyer. that has more than 15 years of experience in the industry.

There are many reasons why people want to get the second passport including getting the freedom of travel and also financial freedom. However, there are some considerations and options for the second passport. The first is legal information. In some nations, you can legally change your name without any reason while some others require a government’s decision to change the name. Once they can change the name, they won’t have any public record. The second is dealing with taxes. Many nations charged high tax for the people. These people can escape from the high taxes to a government offering little tax.

The next is about criminal history. If you have a criminal history, you are still qualify for a second citizenship, second passport in many nations. However, you need to make a legal statement regarding the criminality. There are still many other reasons to get the second passport. Just go to the information category for more information about it.

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Second passport and citizenship as life insurance

Do your fear about your future and life? You could minimize the risk of unforeseen circumstances by accepting second citizenship of any country that you like to stay in. Accepting second citizenship is like a global insurance policy that provides you the benefits to make use of the dissimilar parts of two countries for a better set of options. You can make optimum use of good socio-economic conditions and other benefits at the same time. It is the easiest way to make a better living in another country.

For getting official entry into the other country, you will need a legal passport. So, when you decide of becoming the second citizen of another country, you will be allowed to maintain a legal passport of that country. Though, you can make different types of passport which may be cheap but not as safe as the legal and front door passport.

It gives you legal entry to the second country of your choice and can gain many advantages that will enhance your way of living and gives you more confidence. Second passport is treated as the global insurance policy that will have considerable advantages on your life.

So, when you decide to become a citizenship of another country, make a legal passport as soon as you can. Try to avoid any illegal method to avoid the risk by ignoring making passports through unpublished and little known citizenship modalities. For better services, you can participate in existing citizenship programs offered by first rate countries, structured in such a way to give you the best advantage of getting the second passport. Taking a part in programs engineered for acquiring second passports guides you to the logical stages of existing citizenship programs.

Acquiring second citizenship with a legal second passport is the most prevalent reason to get a precaution against unforeseeable adversities. Further, you can enjoy the benefits of another country including better economic conditions, cultural and others to make your life more enjoyable and interesting.

Se my consultant information page for further information

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Multiple second citizenship

Today so many western countries have tightened their borders and don’t allow citizens of other countries to enter their country so easily. This is due to either political,racial, security or national reasons. They have also made it harder to get a visa to enter their country especially for Asians. There is also a high demand for traveling to those western countries and starting a better life and having a good future. So it is safe to say that having a second citizenship from a wealthy and high ranked country will guarantee you entry to all western and European countries. It also gives you the opportunity to enjoy full citizenship benefits.
Our company has been fulfilling our client’s needs for over 20 years. Our company uses a government contact to sponsor and help you achieve citizenship. The program is quick and easy to implement. Our mission is to provide superior legal immigration services.  Our firm employs many of the finest lawyers who together possess a lifetime of experience in acquiring citizenship.

Today so many western countries have tightened their borders and don’t allow citizens of other countries to enter their country so easily. This is due to either political,racial, security or national reasons. They have also made it harder to get a visa to enter their country especially for Asians, Latin American and Africa. There is also a high demand for traveling to those western countries and starting a better life and having a good future. So it is safe to say that having a second citizenship from a wealthy and high ranked country will guarantee you entry to all western and European countries. It also gives you the opportunity to enjoy full citizenship benefits.

I have has been fulfilling  client’s needs for over 22 years. We uses a government contact to sponsor and help you achieve citizenship. The program is quick and easy to implement. Our mission is to provide superior legal immigration services.  We have  many of the finest lawyers who together possess a lifetime of experience in acquiring citizenship.

When you receive you`re new citizenship you can chose to maintain you`re current Nationality. Most countries allow dual citizenship. Many countries do not have any restrictions on how many citizenship you can have.

Making it technically possible for multiple citizenship and eventually passports.

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Why i need a second passport and citizenship?

The main attractions of a second passport or second citizenship are threefold. Firstly a person acquiring  second citizenship through one of our second passport programme has virtually the same rights as a person born in the jurisdiction. Secondly, a second passport from one of our jurisdiction enables the holder to gain visa free entry into a large number of countries.

Thirdly, because all our jurisdiction has a good reputation internationally, holding a European passport does not attract undue travel problems or attention.

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Additionally, other reasons for which persons have applied for any of our passport/citizenship include:

  • Security – European passport enables U.S, U.K and Israeli citizen to travel to hostile regions.
  • Stigmatization – Do you belong to a religious movement or minority? Many places in the world can be potential dangerous. With a new
    citizenship and additional name change you can travel or participate in business enterprises witch is unreachable under
    you`re current nationality.
  • Tax –  Part of you`re over all tax planing strategy.
  • New start         – If you`re possibilities to get work with you`re present nationality. A new citizenship will open up more possibilities. If you also
    include you`re spouse and children. The whole family will have a fresh start in work, schools and in a new community. Here
    people will not know you`re past. Additional you may have a name change for all family members.
  • C E O – If you are an executive with a past history that make it impossible for you to get same job, benefits and salary with you`re
    present nationality. New citizenship will open up you`re possibilities for a fresh start. Why let all you`re knowledge, experience
    and expertise go to waist?…Capitilaise on you`re broken past!
    Many companies and country need you`re expertise. By acquire a new citizenship with a name change, if you have a past as
    high profile, you will be in the game again…and maybe a little wiser?
  • “Criminals” –  If you have a past that you are proud of and make it impossible for you to get a new start for you and you`re family. A new
    citizenship and additionaly  name change. Can get you the break and second chance you are looking for. Not all citizenship
    programs require you to present a police record with the application for a second citizenship. We have updated list witch
    countries you can apply for.
    Please note
    This does not mean we provide a safe haven for “criminals” and fugitives. We believe that people can make mistake in life and
    even if you have paid you`re debt to society you are marked for life. We consider these applications from application to
    application. However a person applying with his family will naturaly have more credibility.
  • Political –  To give them a country to which they can resort in the event of political or other instability in their native country.

Please note: You can keep you`re present nationality with any of our second passport and citizenship programs.

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Second passport and citizenship program from Panema

The Republic of Panama is a sovereign country located on the Isthmus of Panama in Central America.[  Some geographers categorize Panama as a transcontinental nation connecting the northern and southern portions of the Americas. Panama borders Costa Rica to the north-west, Colombia to the south-east, the Caribbean Sea to the north and the North Pacific Ocean to the south. It is an international business center and is also a transit country.

In Central America, it is the most industrialized country. Although Panama is also the 3rd largest economy in Central America, after Guatemala and Costa Rica, it has the largest expenditure on resource consumption, making the country the largest consumer in Central America.

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For further information on the country please click the link: Panama

Advantages of the citizenship::

Panama has an instant passport program, which was discontinued under the new immigration laws effective August 2008. Now it has been brought back.

Please note that the process time is fluctuating from ten-10-days for deposit of $ 800,000 to nity-90-days for deposits of $ 195,000, which is the minimum deposit for the instant passport and citizenship program. This basically means the officials will give priority to lager investors.

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival) Easy employment in many countries. Obtaining residency in many countries.

Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.

Signing contracts with western or European companies.

Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Obtaining many countries visa such as U.S – Canada – Australia and New Zealand.

Entering schengen countries and England without visa.

Requirements and documents:

Panama Instant Passport Require you to deposit enough money into the National Bank of Panama or Caja de Ahorrios (like a Savings and Loan) for five years.

The bank account and the deposit will be in you`re name and you will be the beneficiary of the interest revenue.

The amount of the deposit must be enough to generate from $700 to $2000 dollars a month in bank interest. The interest is paid to you monthly. The interest rate will be UNDER market rates because they are giving you a passport and a Panama citizenship for five years.

The Panama second passport and citizenship program is instant and renewable as long as the security deposit of $ 195,000 to $ 800 000, is still in the National Bank of Panama or Caja de Ahorrios. If you have several children a deposit of $ 800,00 will be sufficient for a family of two-2-adults and tree-3-children under the age of twenty one-21.

If it is just a married couple there would be no extra deposit required with a deposit of $ 195,000 if the couple give birth to a child during the first five years of the citizenship. For the consecutive renewal there may be an additional deposit required. The amount will depend on the official and political policy at the time.

Required documents:

Passport scan

Passport scan
Notarized and translated national ID and chopped by Nicaragua embassy in your country
Notarized and translated criminal record and chopped by Nicaragua embassy in your country
Notarized and translated marriage status and chopped by Nicaragua embassy in your country
Note: This citizenship is done by marriage and we will arrange the necessary documents if you are already married.
3 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.

Notarized and translated national ID  by Nicaragua embassy in your country

Notarized and translated criminal record  by Nicaragua embassy in your country

Notarized and translated marriage status  by Nicaragua embassy in your country

Note:

This citizenship is done by marriage and we will arrange the necessary documents if you are already married.

If you have an criminal record or can not get the documentation, we can arrange the necessary documents (conditions apply)

3 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background

Note:all

the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (500Kb) and sent through e-mail.Signature scan (On white background)

Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)

Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.

Type 1: national ID card and passport of Panama will be printed with your name and data and there will be record in the Panama government database. But the material is 100% genuine.

In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Panama passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.

Type 2: national ID card and passport of Panama will be printed with a local person’s (Name change) data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.

In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Panama passport. You can only use your Panama passport.

This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.

Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

panama passport

Panama passport

Panama national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 10-14 days from you but our customers who wish to deposit $ 800,000 and up to 90 days for customers who wish to deposit $195,000, usually they receive their documents in 40-55 days.

You have to be present in Panama for the instant passport program. If you`re investment is $ 800,00 all the documents will be issued within 14 day.

For smaller investments you still have to be present during the different stages. But you dont have to stay during the whole process since it can take some time. Please note that you have to be present during the application with immigration officials and pre-aproval (formalities) witch will issue you`re Panama temporary national ID-card for 90 days, interview with Panama official (Formalities) and photo, fingerprinting and issuing of the passport.

Each stage will take 3-4 days and you have to be present in Panama during that time.

Please note when they issue you`re Panama national id-card, you can travel in most countries in central and South America without you`re passport (Conditions apply)

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 10,000 $ which is payable prior to starting of the applications

Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Panama passport:

Europe

All Schengen Area: 90 days

Andorra: 90 days

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 90 days

Bulgaria: 90 days

Croatia: 90 days

Gibraltar: 6 months

Ireland: 3 months

Kosovo: 90 days

Macedonia: 90 days

Montenegro: 90 days

Romania: 90 days

United Kingdom: 90 days

Americas

Anguilla: 3 months

Argentina: 3 months

Aruba: 3 months

Bahamas: 3 months

Barbados: 28 days

Belize: 30 days

Bermuda: 90 days

British Virgin Islands: 30 days

Chile: 90 days

Dominica: 21 days

Dominican Republic: 30 days

Ecuador: 90 day

El Salvador: 3 months

French Guiana: unlimited access

Greenland; 90 days

Guatemala: 90 days

Haiti: 3 months

Honduras: 3 months

Montserrat: 14 days

Netherlands Antilles: 3 months

Nicaragua: 30 days

Paraguay: 90 days

Saint Barthélemy: 90 days

Saint Kitts and Nevis: 3 months

Saint Lucia: 6 weeks

Saint Martin: 90 days

Saint Pierre and Miquelon: 90 days

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 1 month

Trinidad and Tobago: 90 days

Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days

Uruguay: 90 days

Africa

Burundi: Visa issued on arrival

Cape Verde: Visa issued upon arrival

Comoros: A free 24 hours transit visa

Djibouti: 1 month

Egypt: 30 day

Gambia: 24-72 hours transit pass is issued.

Kenya: 90 day

Madagascar 90 day visa

Mayotte 90 days

Mozambique 30 day

Réunion 90 days

Seychelles: 1 month

Tanzania: 3 month

Togo: 7 days

Uganda: 3 month

Asia

Armenia: 120 days

Bangladesh: 90 days

Cambodia: 30 day

Cyprus: 90 days

Georgia: Visa issued on arrival

Jordan: 1 month

Laos: 30 day

Macau: 30 day

Malaysia: 1 month

Maldives: 30 days

Nepal: visa issued upon arrival

Philippines: 21 days

Singapore: 30 days

South Korea: 3 months

Syria: 15 day

Timor-Leste: 30 day

Turkey: 3 months

Oceania



Cook Islands: 31 days

Micronesia: 30 days

New Caledonia: 90 days

Niue: 30 days

Palau: 30 days

Papua New Guinea: 60 day

Samoa: 60 days

Tuvalu: 1 month

Wallis and Futuna: 90 days

October 22, 2009 Posted by | Central America passport & citizenship programs | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Second passport & citizenship program from Cyprus

Second passport and citizenship program from Cyprus
Cyprus, officially the Republic of Cyprus,is a Eurasian island country situated in the eastern Mediterranean,south of Turkey and west of Syria and Lebanon.
For further information on the country please click the link below:
Advantages of the citizenship:
Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)
Easy employment and residency in many countries.Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.
Signing contracts with western or European companies.
Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.
Required documents:
Passport scan
Signature scan (On white background)
2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background
Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)
Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (600Kb) and sent through e-mail.
Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.
Type 1: national ID card and passport of Cyprus will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Cyprus government database. But the material is 100% genuine.
In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Cyprus passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.
Type 2: national ID card and passport of Cyprus will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.
In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Cyprus passport. You can only use your Cyprus passport.
This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.
Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.
Documents that you will receive:
Cyprus passport
Cyprus national ID card
Processing time:
We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.
Processing fee:
The total fee for both types of documents is 23,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:
9,000 Euro starting fee;
4,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;
10,000 euro after receiving you documents;
Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Cyprus passport:
Europe
European Union unlimited access
Albania 90 days
Andorra 90 days
Armenia 120 day visa issued upon arrival for 15,000 AMD
Azerbaijan 30 day visa issued upon arrival for US$100
Bosnia and Herzegovina 90 days
Croatia 90 days
Faroe Islands 90 days
Georgia 90 days
Guernsey 6 months
Iceland unlimited access
Isle ofMan 6 months
Jersey 6 months
Kosovo 90 days
Liechtenstein unlimited access
Macedonia 90 days
Moldova 90 days
Monaco 90 days
Montenegro 90 days
Norway unlimited access
San Marino 90 days
Serbia 90 days
Switzerland unlimited access
Turkey 1 month visa issued upon arrival for EUR 10
Ukraine 90 days
VaticanCity 90 days
Africa
Botswana 90 days
Central African Republic 30 days
Comoros A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport. Within 24 hours this must be converted into a full visa at the immigration office in Moroni (fee payable)
Djibouti 1-month visa can be obtained upon arrival forDJF5,000
Egypt 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$15
Gambia 90 days
Kenya 3 months
Lesotho 14 days
Madagascar 90-day visa issued upon arrival for MGA 140,000
Malawi 90 days
Mauritius 90 days
Mayotte 90 days
Morocco 3 months
Mozambique 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$25
Réunion unlimited access
Saint Helena 90 days
Seychelles 1 month
South Africa 90 days
Swaziland 2 months
Tanzania 3 months
Togo 7-day visa can be obtained upon arrival forXOF10,000~35,000
Tunisia 3 months
Uganda 6 months
Zambia 90 days
Zimbabwe 90 days
Americas
Anguilla 3 months
Antigua and Barbuda 1 month
Argentina 90 days
Aruba 30 days
Bahamas 3 months
Barbados 6 months
Belize 1 month
Bermuda 6 months
British Virgin Islands 30 days
Canada 6 months
Cayman Islands 30 days
Chile 90 days
Colombia 90 days
Costa Rica 90 days
Dominica 6 months
Dominican Republic 30-day tourist card issued on arrival USD 10
Ecuador 90 days
El Salvador 90 days
Falkland Islands 30 days
French Guiana unlimited access
Greenland 90 days
Grenada 3 months
Guadeloupe unlimited access
Guatemala 90 days
Guyana 90 days
Haiti 3 months
Honduras 3 months
Jamaica 90 days
Martinique unlimited access
Mexico 180 days tourist/30 days business
Montserrat 3 months
Netherlands Antilles 3 months
Nicaragua 90 days
Panama 90 days
Paraguay 90 days
Peru 90 days
Saint Barthélemy unlimited access
Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months
Saint Lucia 6 weeks
Saint Martin unlimited access
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 90 days
Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines 1 month
Trinidad and Tobago 90 days
Turks and Caicos Islands 30 days
Uruguay 3 months
Venezuela 3 months
Asia
Bangladesh 90-day visa issued upon arrival for USD50
Brunei Darussalam 30 days
Cambodia 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 20/USD 25
Hong Kong 90 days
Indonesia 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 25
Iran 15-day visa issued on arrival
Iraq (only Kurdistan region) visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
Israel 3 months
Japan 3 months
Jordan visa issued upon arrival for JOD10
Kyrgyzstan 1-month visa issued upon arrival for US$ 35
Laos 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 30
Lebanon 1-month visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
Macau 90 days
Malaysia 3 months
Maldives 30 days
Nepal 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival for $25/40/100
Oman visa issued upon arrival : 1 month (OMR 6), 1year multiple entries stay up to 3-week per visit (OMR 10)
Philippines 21 days
Singapore 30 days
South Korea 90 days
Sri Lanka 30 days
Thailand 30 days
Timor-Leste 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 30
United Arab Emirates 30 days
Yemen 1-month visa issued upon arrival for YER10,500
Oceania
Australia Online eVisitor visa required (issued free of charge)
Cook Islands 31 days
Fiji 6 months
French Polynesia 90 days
Kiribati 28 days
Marshall Islands 30-day visa issued upon arrival
Micronesia 30 days
Nauru 30 day visa issued on arrival free of charge
New Caledonia 90 days
New Zealand 3 months
Niue 30 days
Palau 30-day visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
Papua New Guinea 60-day visa issued upon arrival for PGK100(tourist), PGK500 (business)
Samoa 60 days
Tokelau free cruising permit can be obtain in Apia, Samoa
Tonga 31-day visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)
Tuvalu 1-month visa issued upon arrival free of charge
Vanuatu 30 days
Wallis and Futuna 90 days

Second passport and citizenship program from Cyprus

Cyprus, officially the Republic of Cyprus,is a Eurasian island country situated in the eastern Mediterranean,south of Turkey and west of Syria and Lebanon.

For further information on the country please click the link :  Cyprus

Advantages of the citizenship:

Enjoying visa free travel to many countries. No visa required (or issued upon arrival)

Easy employment and residency in many countries.Full benefits of citizenship all over the world.

Signing contracts with western or European companies.

Opening saving or current accounts with international banks and applying for loans, credit, etc.

Required documents:

Passport scan

Signature scan (On white background)

2 photos of you with different style. passport size photo with white background

Filling our data form (will be sent to you upon request)

Note:all the above documents should be scanned with high quality and resolution (600Kb) and sent through e-mail.

Note:we are able to send you 2 types of documents. Each has different advantages.

Type 1: national ID card and passport of Cyprus will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Cyprus government database. But the material is 100% genuine.

In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Cyprus passport and the data is same then you won’t face any problems and both passports match.

Type 2: national ID card and passport of Cyprus will be printed with a local person’s data matching your date of birth and with your photo. The material is 100% genuine and the record exist in the government database and can be checked anywhere.

In this system you can’t travel with both your original passport and Cyprus passport. You can only use your Cyprus passport.

This type of documents are well used between company managers and CEOs who have problem signing contracts with western or European companies, applying for company or personal loans from international banks, company registration and etc. with their current citizenship.

Note: for the customers who need stronger documents we have arranged to obtain a powerful Asian country’s residency in your new passport. We will also open a new bank account for you using your new passport. So you will be confident using your documents knowing that they have been approved by a third party government also.

Documents that you will receive:

cyprus passport

Cyprus passport

Cyprus national ID card

Processing time:

We will need 45-60 days from you but our customers usually receive their documents in 30-45 days.

Processing fee:

The total fee for both types of documents is 23,000 Euro which is payable in 3 steps:

9,000 Euro starting fee;

4,000 Euro after receiving the scan of your documents;

10,000 euro after receiving you documents;

Here is the list of countries that is visa –free for Cyprus passport:

Europe

European Union unlimited access

Albania 90 days

Andorra 90 days

Armenia 120 day visa issued upon arrival for 15,000 AMD

Azerbaijan 30 day visa issued upon arrival for US$100

Bosnia and Herzegovina 90 days

Croatia 90 days

Faroe Islands 90 days

Georgia 90 days

Guernsey 6 months

Iceland unlimited access

Isle ofMan 6 months

Jersey 6 months

Kosovo 90 days

Liechtenstein unlimited access

Macedonia 90 days

Moldova 90 days

Monaco 90 days

Montenegro 90 days

Norway unlimited access

San Marino 90 days

Serbia 90 days

Switzerland unlimited access

Turkey 1 month visa issued upon arrival for EUR 10

Ukraine 90 days

VaticanCity 90 days

Africa

Botswana 90 days

Central African Republic 30 days

Comoros A free 24 h transit visa issued upon arrival at the airport. Within 24 hours this must
be converted into a full visa at the immigration office in Moroni (fee payable)

Djibouti 1-month visa can be obtained upon arrival forDJF5,000

Egypt 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$15

Gambia 90 days

Kenya 3 months

Lesotho 14 days

Madagascar 90-day visa issued upon arrival for MGA 140,000

Malawi 90 days

Mauritius 90 days

Mayotte 90 days

Morocco 3 months

Mozambique 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$25

Réunion unlimited access

Saint Helena 90 days

Seychelles 1 month

South Africa 90 days

Swaziland 2 months

Tanzania 3 months

Togo 7-day visa can be obtained upon arrival forXOF10,000~35,000

Tunisia 3 months

Uganda 6 months

Zambia 90 days

Zimbabwe 90 days

Americas

Anguilla 3 months

Antigua and Barbuda 1 month

Argentina 90 days

Aruba 30 days

Bahamas 3 months

Barbados 6 months

Belize 1 month

Bermuda 6 months

British Virgin Islands      30 days

Canada 6 months

Cayman Islands 30 days

Chile 90 days

Colombia 90 days

Costa Rica 90 days

Dominica 6 months

Dominican Republic 30-day tourist card issued on arrival USD 10

Ecuador 90 days

El Salvador 90 days

Falkland Islands 30 days

French Guiana unlimited access

Greenland 90 days

Grenada 3 months

Guadeloupe unlimited access

Guatemala 90 days

Guyana 90 days

Haiti 3 months

Honduras 3 months

Jamaica 90 days

Martinique unlimited access

Mexico 180 days tourist/30 days business

Montserrat 3 months

Netherlands Antilles 3 months

Nicaragua 90 days

Panama 90 days

Paraguay 90 days

Peru 90 days

Saint Barthélemy unlimited access

Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months

Saint Lucia 6 weeks

Saint Martin unlimited access

Saint Pierre and
Miquelon 90 days

Saint Vincent and the

Grenadines 1 month

Trinidad and Tobago 90 days

Turks and Caicos Islands 30 days

Uruguay 3 months

Venezuela 3 months

Asia

Bangladesh 90-day visa issued upon arrival for USD50

Brunei Darussalam 30 days

Cambodia 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 20/USD 25

Hong Kong 90 days

Indonesia 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 25

Iran 15-day visa issued on arrival

Iraq (only Kurdistan region) visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)

Israel 3 months

Japan 3 months

Jordan visa issued upon arrival for JOD10

Kyrgyzstan 1-month visa issued upon arrival for US$ 35

Laos 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 30

Lebanon 1-month visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)

Macau 90 days

Malaysia 3 months

Maldives 30 days

Nepal 15/30/90 day visa issued on arrival for $25/40/100

Oman visa issued upon arrival : 1 month (OMR 6), 1year multiple entries stay up to 3-week per visit (OMR 10)

Philippines 21 days

Singapore 30 days

South Korea 90 days

Sri Lanka 30 days

Thailand 30 days

Timor-Leste 30-day visa issued upon arrival for USD 30

United Arab Emirates 30 days

Yemen 1-month visa issued upon arrival for YER10,500

Oceania

Australia Online eVisitor visa required (issued free of charge)

Cook Islands 31 days

Fiji 6 months

French Polynesia 90 days

Kiribati 28 days

Marshall Islands 30-day visa issued upon arrival

Micronesia 30 days

Nauru 30 day visa issued on arrival free of charge

New Caledonia 90 days

New Zealand 3 months

Niue 30 days

Palau 30-day visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)

Papua New Guinea 60-day visa issued upon arrival for PGK100(tourist), PGK500 (business)

Samoa 60 days

Tokelau free cruising permit can be obtain in Apia, Samoa

Tonga 31-day visa issued upon arrival (free of charge)

Tuvalu 1-month visa issued upon arrival free of charge

Vanuatu 30 days

Wallis and Futuna 90 days

October 20, 2009 Posted by | Europe passport & citizenship program | , , , , , | Leave a comment