5 Requirements You Need to Apply for Second Citizenship
February 27, 2017 - Guide
Are you thinking of joining the world of global citizens and enjoying all the freedom that comes with a second citizenship?
Here are 5 important requirements you need in order to apply today:Proof of Funds for Investment in Citizenship
In order to apply, you need to show proof of relevant funds for citizenship investment in your bank account. Additionally, you will need to furnish 12 months of bank statements at the time of application.Valid Proof of Residence
All legal second citizenship programs require you to present a recent and valid proof of residence. There are 9 documents that are considered acceptable as official proof of residence – which include recent Utility Bills or Bank Statements that state your residential address. PassPro can advise you on the documents you need based on your circumstances.Valid Official ID
A valid government-issued proof of ID is required. This can be any official document that contains your full name, date of birth, place of birth and a photo ID such as a current valid passport, National ID, Driver's License or acceptable forms of Special Papers issued for Stateless Persons.Valid Birth Certificate and Marriage Certificate
in order to apply for second citizenship you need a valid Birth Certificate and Marriage Certificate (if applying with family) attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country issuing the document.Valid Police Clearance
A recent police clearance certificate from your country of citizenship as well as any country you have resided for more than 6 months in the past 10 years needs to be submitted at the time of application.PassPro can advise and assist with all the documentation you would need to ensure a highly successful application.
To start your journey towards second citizenship, email [email protected] or call us on +97145541449.For further updates, follow PassPro Immigration Services on LinkedIn, Twitter @PassProNews, Instagram @PassProCitizenship or Facebook/PassProCitizenship
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