This article is all about citizenship by birth, we will be listing out countries that have been identified who grant citizenship by birth.
Having a second Passport the best idea, why because? With a second passport, Government will find it difficult in having access to your personal life and properties. but If you are the citizen of just a country, as most people are, you are completely at the mercy of your government.
The disadvantage of not having a dual citizenship is…. e.g If they decide to jail you or confiscate your assets, most of the time you’re on your own, unless you’re the citizen of another country. So owning a second passport through dual citizenship in another country is an integral part of international diversification.
Birth tourism has been on the increase in recent years. Having a good second passport can be valuable to you and your children as it saves time and money by allowing visa free travel, enhances investment and business opportunities, and offer benefits that last for generations.
Before you opt for a second passport, you should decide on one that will give you the benefits you seek. Most countries have abolished citizenship by birth, which is also known as “jus soli”- meaning “right of the soil”, but there are still countries with exceptionally good passports that are yet to abolish this policy.
We have identified our top 10 countries that give citizenship by birth. Passport holders from most of these countries enjoy visa free travel to Central and South America and most of Europe. Other than Chile where birthright citizenship is granted upon request, and approval by government and Canada, non of the under-listed countries enjoy visa free travel to the USA, but some enjoy visa free travel to UK.
- Costa Rica
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
Other countries include:
- El Salvador
- Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
It has been observed that most countries constantly review their immigration laws, therefore it is imperative that you stay current/obtain up to date information on the country of interest. Before you travel overseas, you should confirm the current status to ascertain that the jus soli policies have not been abolished.