The world is becoming more diverse every single day, and the advantages of dual citizenship are very real. Not sure you would qualify for this amazing opportunity? If you're the descendent of foreign-born parents, or even grandparents in some cases, it's possible you could obtain dual citizenship. Each country has its own rules and regulations for the application for citizenship, and we can help you find the documentation necessary for that application.
Can I Really Apply for Dual Citizenship?
In some countries, the concept of citizenship is actually inherited. Thanks to an idea called Jure Sanguinis or "descent," your heritage may be all you need to claim citizenship to another country. In some countries, including Ireland, Italy, and Greece, you can apply for dual citizenship if your great-grandfather immigrated to the United States.
The benefits of dual citizenship are enormous. As the world economy grows more diverse, your options are massive if you're a dual citizen. Feel free to take a job in your home country or the one in which you hold dual citizenship. If the country you choose to hold citizenship in is a member of the European Union (EU), you are automatically considered an EU citizen, which gives you the freedom to live, work, and travel freely and safely in any one of 27 other EU countries.
There are a number of other benefits as well. Dual citizenship gives you a chance to authentically connect with your true cultural background, strengthening your heritage. You can pass this gift on to other members of your family and your children as well. Additionally, dual citizenship may mean you gain access to other healthcare systems and medical benefits as well as financial investment rights that are only available to citizens of other countries. You could also access educational benefits, as you'll only pay resident tuition at many of your new country's best institutions. There are also often tax benefits associated with your new citizenship.
The Help You Need
While dual citizenship is certainly a benefit, applying for it can be a bit frustrating, so we're here to help. We not only offer a free initial consultation to discuss your eligibility, but also genealogical research into your heritage. Additionally, we will:
- Procure supporting international documentation.
- Procure supporting domestic documentation to be used in the application process.
- Assist with the actual application preparation for dual citizenship.
Learn more about our services to help you obtain dual citizenship today when you contact us for more information.