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Got grandparents? Four places where you can become a citizen

from Sovereign Man:

I awoke this morning to an excited email from a longtime friend who wrote,

“Guess who is going to be officially confirmed as a Polish citizen next month? Yours truly! Now, it’s just matter of waiting to be assigned the Polish version of a social security number and pick up the physical passport.”

No doubt, if you’re part of the lucky bloodline club because your grandparents happen to have been a certain nationality at birth, it’s possible that their citizenship might pass on to you.

This is, by far, the fastest, easiest, and most cost effective way to obtaining a second citizenship.

Let’s pause for a moment, though, and explore why one would want second citizenship.

When you have all of your eggs in one basket, i.e. you live, work, bank, invest, buy real estate, store your gold, structure your company, operate your business, surf the web, etc. all within the same country of your citizenship, you’re taking on a lot of ‘sovereign’ risk.

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1 comment to Got grandparents? Four places where you can become a citizen

  • NaySayer

    So someone like me whose ancestors got here in the mid 1700s for mom and mid 1800s for Dad is going to get screwed because of it? Great. But then I don’t fancy getting either British or Danish citizenship because I think europe is going to possibly be worse than here when it all collapses.

    Say what you will about America, the original reasons why people came here still hold in many cases. My ancestors from England came here because they wanted to own their own land and develop their own working farming estate. People still cannot do that affordably in England. Denmark is too small and cold for decent sized subsistance farming for all.

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