How to freely travel the world with dual citizenship
See which second passport unlocks visa-free entry to the UK, the Schengen Area, China, or the USA
Second citizenship or residency simplifies getting a visa or replaces it when travelling abroad. Cosmopolitans can travel the world without returning home to obtain visas for the next trip.
A passport or a residence permit can be obtained by investment. This path is faster than any other. Besides, investors don’t have to take language proficiency tests, look for a job or live permanently in the country to become its citizen or resident.
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Required expenses, time frames and conditions for family members are different for each investment program. There is a difference in the number of unlocked visa-free destinations, too. Thus, investors with Caribbean passports visit the Schengen Area without visas to spend 90 days out of 180, while Maltese citizens can stay in the region for as long as they wish. China is visa-free only for citizens of two countries with investment programs.
5 travel guides will help you choose the best-suited document for your goals.
Answers to key questions on how to travel with dual citizenship
Learn more about how citizenship or residency can allow you to go to another country without collecting documents and waiting for a consular decision on your visa application.How to cross borders with two passports?
Find out which document to provide when buying flight tickets, passing passport control in another country or returning home.How to freely enter the Schengen Area?
See which statuses give access to entering the Schengen countries for 90 days or staying there for longer.How to visit the USA with second citizenship?
Explore the paths to a 10-year visitor visa,