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Second passport and citizenship programs

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.
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:
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
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
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
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
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