United States passports are issued to citizens and nationals of the United States of America. They are issued exclusively by the U.S. Department of State. Besides document, limited use passport cards are issued by the same government agency subject to the same requirements.
A second passport is usually obtained by legally residing in a country long enough to be able to apply for citizenship through naturalization, however, other countries offer more straightforward ways to obtain a second passport, by investing in the economy of that country, making obtaining a second passport simple and straightforward.
Many countries offer citizenship and a passport to those who invest in the real estate sector, while other countries grant them to those who invest directly through a financial contribution to the government’s economic fund, and some countries provide the option to invest in government bonds to obtain a second passport. While the options may vary, the premise remains the same: countries want investors with clean security records who can boost their economy by becoming citizens. Each country has its own rules for immigration and obtaining citizenship, and according to statistics, 45% of the countries of the world allow multiple nationalities for their citizens, and despite the ease of procedures provided by some countries to obtain their citizenship, other countries have more strict and complex laws that stand in the way of those wishing to obtain their citizenship. Below is a list of countries that have relatively easy procedures for those wishing to obtain their citizenship.
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