برخی از کشورهای از طریق سرمایه گذاری ویا فروش اوراق قرضه اقدام به اعطای شهروندی و تابعیت مینمایند
1- دریافت اقامت دایم خود وخانواده همراه با پدر و مادر
2-بدون نیاز به حضور وزندگی در ان کشور
3-بهره مندی از تمام امتیازهای شهروندی ان کشور
Cost: $1.2 million – $600,000 for residency + $600,00 for citizenship
The St. Lucia second passport program is new for 2016 and modeled after the Bulgaria citizenship program. With St. Lucia, you have the option of buying the passport for $200,000 to $250,000 or investing $500,000 to $550,000 in government bonds for five years.
Because this is a new program, very few second passports have been granted.
Cost: $1.57 million dollars plus fees
The Maltese citizenship gives you the right to live and work anywhere in the European Union. It also allows you to travel visa-free to the United States. Malta and the US have a Visa Waiver program, which operates a bit differently from other systems.
A Malta passport also gives you access to Switzerland and visa-free travel to 166 countries. A passport from Malta is the 8th most valuable travel document.The cost of a Maltese passport is $1.57 million dollars plus fees. Expect it to cost around $1.85 million “all in.”
Cost: investments of €2.5 million
In order to bring back international deposits, and ensure these investors wouldn’t face a similar fate, Cyprus began offering passports and citizenship with investments of €2.5 million. As a second passport holder you will receive the same rights and protections of any Cyprus citizen.
Cost: €2 to €4 million or by investing about €10 million
It’s the most valuable passport available for purchase, the best EA passport, and offers visa-free travel to 171 countries. And it’s the most expensive second passport. You can qualify by making a donation of €2 to €4 million or by investing about €10 million in an approved business. Such a business is expected to employ a significant number of people and generate taxable income. The amount of investment and business type are negotiable.
Expect fees and other charges to exceed $500,000 in this program.
Cost: as little as $165,000
Russia requires you to invest in to a business or setup your own venture that will employ a number of people and generate tax revenues to the country.
Because of the value of the ruble to the US dollar, the Russian offer is one of the most cost effective… and the only from a world power. You might
qualify with an investment $165,000
Cost: about $250,000 plus another $100,000 in fees
Dominica is the least expensive of the Caribbean passports. A second passport from Dominica will cost a family of four (applicant, spouse and two children under 18-years-old) about $250,000, plus $25,000 for each additional child under age 25. With filing, registration and professional fees, applicants can anticipate a total cost of $350,000.
Antigua and Barbuda
Cost: $275,000 or a $500,000 investment in real-estate
You can buy an Antiguan passport for a $275,000 donation or a $500,000 investment in real estate, plus about $60,000 in fees. Also like St. Kitts, the passport gives you visa-free travel to 132 countries and is ranked 24th.
St. Kitts and Nevis
Cost: $295,000 or a $500,000 investment in real-estate
St. Kitts has become the #1 seller of second passports in the world. You can buy a passport with a $295,000 “donation” to their sugar fund or by investing at least $500,000 in real estate. You never need visit St. Kitts nor take a citizenship test… simply pay the money or buy the property and you’re good to go.
Unless you plan to live in St. Kitts, the “donation” option makes better sense. Real estate in St. Kitts is overvalued. When you add in taxes and maintenance costs, you’re better off paying the fee. And you’ll be lucky to find a single family home for around $500,000… more likely $800,000 to $1 million.
Cost: $250,000 in an approved investment in real-estate
The current version requires an investment of $250,000 in an approved real estate project.
A second passport from Grenada lets you access 110 countries, including the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Panama, and most British Commonwealth nations. It does not give you visa-free travel to Canada or the US.