There are many people that hold dual passports or are seriously considering getting a second passport. We have provided information in the past about how to get a second passport but some have overlooked the information because they ask, “What is the purpose?” and “How would that benefit me?”
Well, for some people it is a necessity to stay in another country for a long period of time to work, invest, visit or take care of family. For others, it’s simply for peace of mind.
Did you know that a passport is considered a privilege and can be declined at the governments discretion? This can make worldwide thinkers feel trapped within a country. Having a second passport allows one to leave a country on his own terms. Having a second passport doesn’t mean you have the rights of that country or a place of residence in that country, but it can mean that the passport bearer has the right to return to the country that issued the passport.
Let’s say all hell breaks loose in your resident country and your only passport was issued by that country, but you want to take your family away from the chaos. Your resident country could prevent all of its citizens from leaving. However, if you hold a passport from another country, you have a better chance of being able to leave the country.
Of course, in every country there are specific laws, processes and requirements pertaining to obtaining and maintaining a second passport. If you are seriously considering the option of getting a passport for you and your family, we highly recommend that you do your research and due diligence for the country from which you wish to hold a second passport. Go online and check out the country’s consulate information about their visas and second passports, or you can contact me, Michael Davis, at BankerTrust@gmail.com or by phone at (809) 712-4412.
My company, Banker Trust, is based in the Dominican Republic. We have been procuring passports for 15 years and have become the #1 passport broker in the Caribbean.
The Dominican Republic passport is one of the most popular and economical. (Banker Trust also procures passports from other Caribbean countries and destinations.) Under Dominican law, there is no time frame for acquisition of citizenship and passport. Most facilitators promise 18+ months. However, due to Banker Trust’s longevity and unique relationships, we can promise you citizenship and a passport in only nine months. For $24,900, a passport from the Dominican Republic may be acquired in three easy installments over nine months through Banker Trust.
Acquiring a second passport can take a lot of paperwork, education, time, and money, but it is an investment that will provide you with the peace of mind you may be seeking.
Banker Trust is particularly sensitive to the needs of United States citizens and the challenges they face. Contact Michael Davis at BankerTrust@gmail.com for a free consultation.