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Second passport and citizenship programs

Second passport and citizenship program from Montenegro (Europe)

 

Montenegro, is a country located in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south-west and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, Kosovo to the east and Albania to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje is designated as the Prijestonica (Пријестоница), meaning the former Royal Capital City.
Montenegro is a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe and CEFTA. Montenegro is also a potential candidate for membership of the European Union and NATO. Montenegro presented its official application to the European Union, with the hopes of gaining EU candidate status by 2009, and applied for a Membership Action Plan on November 5, 2008, with the hopes it would be accepted in 2009. Additionally, Montenegro is a founding member of the Union for the Mediterranean upon its establishment in 2008.
montenegroFor further information on the country please click the link : Montenegro

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 Montenegro will be printed with your name and data and there is no record in the Montenegro government database. But the material is 100% genuine.

In this system because you travel with both your original passport and Montenegro 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 Montenegro 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 Montenegro passport. You can only use your Montenegro 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:

Montenegro passport
Montenegro passport
Montenegro 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 Montenegro 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
Montenegro: 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 day

 

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