Notes From the Field
March 29, 2017
The First Time I Acquired A Second Passport
I’ll never forget the day over 17 years ago, when the Fedex envelope finally arrived.
Inside was my very first second passport. It was an incredible feeling. And one of the things that got me started on this journey.
Suddenly I realized that I was no longer beholden to one nation. That no single government had exclusive authority over me. I had more options. I had more freedom.
It was a feeling I’d never had before. It was like I had been missing something for my whole life, but never even knew it until that exact moment. Then I wondered how I had ever gotten along before without a second passport.
I cannot overstate the benefits of this. Having a second passport is something I call the ultimate insurance policy.
It ensures that, no matter what, you always have a place to go. To live. To work. To do business. To retire. And in some cases, even seek refuge.
Now, obtaining a second passport often takes time to establish, sometimes years. So it’s advisable to start thinking about your options sooner rather than later.
It took a long time for me-- probably more than two years. That’s because I had no idea what I was doing… no guidance, no tips, no contacts. I had to figure it all out for myself.
But if I knew back then what I know today, I would’ve obtained my passport in a fraction of the time-- just a couple of months.
This shows, once again, how oftentimes the right information can pay an extraordinary return on investment.
And that’s exactly the kind of information we strive to provide to our members here at Sovereign Man.
That’s why today, I would like to share with you a complimentary preview of one of our premium intelligence reports from Sovereign Man: Confidential.
Inside you will learn the fast track process that allows you to obtain a second passport in just a few months at almost no cost if you have grandparents from Italy.
This type of citizenship is known as jus sanguinis and is commonplace across most of Europe, including Greece, Ireland, Britain, Hungary and many more.
Remember, if you’re not part of the lucky bloodline club, anyone can obtain a second passport with a little bit of patience.
In many countries you can be eligible to apply for naturalization after a fixed number of years of continuous residency.
Oftentimes, you don’t even need to spend the preponderance of that time in the country and it can be as short as just two years.
And while you are waiting to become eligible to apply for naturalization, you still have legal residency in the country, which provides you the major benefit of being able to live, work, do business or retire there.
Getting a second passport is a no-brainer strategy that will provide a lifelong benefit not just to you, but your children, grandchildren and all future generations.
And with the right knowledge, anyone can obtain a second passport.
To your freedom, Simon Black