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Citizenship By Investment

Citizenship through investment refers to the procedure of acquiring second citizenship and a passport by making an economic investment in the host nation. These programs enable individuals to attain citizenship more expeditiously compared to conventional immigration methods, all while allowing investors to continue with their lives unhindered.

Second Passport for Pakistanis

Getting a second passport is crucial for Pakistanis because it gives them more freedom to travel. It helps them avoid strict visa rules and long application procedures, making it easier to visit different countries. 


This opens up new possibilities for business, education, and leisure activities, which contribute to personal development and understanding of different cultures. 


A second passport offers crucial security and flexibility to Pakistanis during political unrest, allowing travel and refuge in other countries while mitigating risks of passport confiscation and diplomatic disputes. It empowers individuals to protect their rights, and safety, and explore opportunities abroad amidst political turmoil.

Second Passport for Pakistanis

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Saint Kitts and Nevis

Offers fast-track citizenship through real estate investment or a contribution to the Sustainable Growth Fund.

Provides affordable citizenship through a contribution to the Economic Diversification Fund or investment in approved real estate.

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Offers a European Union passport with visa-free access to the EU and other countries, combining contributions, investments, and residency requirements.

Provides direct citizenship through investment in real estate, government bonds, or other approved options.

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Allows citizenship through investment in the National Transformation Fund or approved real estate, offering visa-free access to over 140 countries.

Antigua and Barbuda

Offers citizenship through a contribution to the National Development Fund or investment in real estate, with visa-free travel to several countries.

Residency by Investment Programs

Portugal Golden Visa

-Requires a real estate investment of at least €500,000 or a capital transfer of €1 million or more.

-After five years, investors can apply for permanent residency or even citizenship.

-The Portugal Golden Visa program is highly regarded and popular.

-Requires an investment of at least €250,000 in real estate.

-Grants residency permits for five years, which can be renewed indefinitely as long as the investment is maintained.

-Offers short-term (2-year) and long-term (10-year) residencies to non-UAE nationals.

-Business Residency is a short-term visa obtained through business setups within the UAE Mainland or Free Trade Zones.

-The Golden visa is a long-term residency visa that grants foreign talent the privilege of residing, working, or studying in the UAE for an extended period while enjoying a range of unique advantages and perks.

UK Residency

-The new business residency program, Innovator Founder Visa, has replaced the old Innovator Visa and the Start-up Visa.

-Allows non-UK nationals to obtain UK Residency.

-Provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs and innovators to establish their businesses in the UK.

Benefits of a Second Passport

  • Increased travel freedom and visa-free access to numerous countries.
  • Asset and investment diversification.
  • Access to better healthcare and education opportunities.
  • Protection against political instability and economic crises.
  • Expanded business and career prospects.
  • Enhanced privacy and personal security.
  • Option to benefit from favorable tax regimes.
  • Ability to live and work in multiple countries.
  • Increased global mobility and flexibility.
  • Access to a wider range of financial services and banking options.

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