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What is citizenship?

Citizenship, in its most literal definition, is a legal status that signifies a person has the right to remain in a state and that state cannot reject admission or deport them. This legal status may be bestowed at birth, or, in certain states, earned through 'naturalisation'. Citizenship in affluent liberal democratic states includes the right to vote, welfare, education, and health care, among other things.

Why do individuals usually change their citizenship?

To Evacuate from War Torn Countries.

Because of Environmental Factors.

Rise Above Poverty.

Political Reasons.

Higher Education.

Higher Standard of Living.

For Better Business Opportunities.


Succession Planning.

Seeking adventure or change.

Advantages of having a second citizenship

  • Travel has become more convenient as mobility has improved.
  • There are many business options available.
  • Having a second choice is equivalent to having two first choices.
  • It is critical to have access to high-quality education and healthcare.
  • Keeping the family legacy alive.

Concerns Related to Citizenship

  • Not choosing the appropriate country.
  • Lack of evaluation in terms of your rights and other benefits conferred by the government.
  • Lack of research in terms of laws related to taxation, extradition, asylum etc.
  • No or very little understanding regarding the country’s governance and political system.

Points to be kept in mind before choosing a country for citizenship

Country of current citizenship.
The reason behind choosing another country.
Your business activity.
International taxation laws applicable.
Possibility to get stuck in your new country of citizenship.
Foreign Exchange Management Act.
European Golden Visa

A "Golden Visa" is an immigration scheme that provides affluent individuals with a residency visa in a foreign nation in exchange for a significant investment. If you buy a home or make a big investment in a European country, you will be granted a European Golden Visa. EU Golden Visas are provided in the form of a temporary residence permit that may be extended indefinitely as long as your investment is maintained (or until you become eligible for permanent residency). Spain, Greece, and Malta are among the most popular EU Member States that provide Golden Visas or investment programs.

UK Innovator Visa and Start-Up Visa

In March 2019, the UK government discontinued the Tier 1 UK Entrepreneur Investor Visa and replaced it with the UK Innovator Visa and Start-Up Visa. These visas are intended for real entrepreneurs who are eager and capable of establishing new firms that have been approved by a qualified endorsing authority in the United Kingdom. This is a significant difference from the prior entrepreneur visa. Now, the candidate must have a real and unique company idea. It must address new or current market demands in order to gain a competitive edge. Applicants must have the requisite abilities, expertise, experience, and market awareness to manage the firm successfully, as well as evidence of systematic planning. This includes the possibility of employment creation and expansion into national and international markets.

EB-5 Visa (US)

The EB-5 visa allows foreign citizens to receive a green card by investing in a "new business company" in the United States. The EB-5 program "affords foreign people and their spouses and unmarried children under age 21 the chance to receive a U.S. visa based solely upon a minimum investment in a for-profit firm that produces or retains a defined number of employments". Individuals must invest $800,000 (TEA) or $1,050,000 to acquire the visa, establishing or sustaining at least 10 employments for U.S. employees excluding the investor and their immediate family.

EB- 2 Visa (US)

The EB-2 visa is a second preference employment-based visa designed for advanced degree holders or foreign nationals with remarkable competence in their field of concentration. There are three options for obtaining an EB-2 visa (green card):

  • Members of professions with a higher education (or equivalent)
  • Those who can demonstrate great aptitude in their chosen sector, whether it be the sciences, arts, medicine, business, or athletics.
  • The National Interest Waiver (NIW) is a technique of obtaining an EB-2 visa without the need for an employer.

How do we help?

In simple words, we will do legal risk audit of your case and provide the most appropriate country for your migration keeping in mind your requirements and the legal intricacies involved in terms of migration. This will ensure that you move hassle free from your current citizenship to another without worrying about the legal repercussions you might possibly have to face.