Some countries like Barbados and Estonia are luring remote workers with the promise of extended residency programs. These allow you to live and work there for a specified amount of time.
But when it comes to obtaining an actual passport, it’s typically more complicated than you’d expect. It can often take up to five years of living in a place to become a resident.
But from Portugal to New Zealand, there are countries around the world that welcome Americans (and other foreigners) for a price. So these citizen by investment programs grant residency and a second passport.
And thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, a handful of Caribbean islands are making it even easier (and cheaper) than ever to obtain a second passport.
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