Key things US citizens need to know before moving to the top 10 countries for second citizenship by investment

Undoubtedly, dual citizenship opens up a world of possibilities, offering significant advantages for individuals and families. It's a gateway to a life of freedom, with opportunities for work-life balance, extensive travel, economic prosperity, and financial benefits. Moreover, it provides access to quality healthcare, enhanced security, and the ability to provide a peaceful and safe life for your loved ones. This Arpin guide has meticulously summarized the ten best countries where US citizens can move and obtain dual citizenship through investment, paving the way for a new and exciting chapter in your life.
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1. St. Kitts and Nevis

  • Investment: $250,000 in the Sustainable Island State Contribution.
  • Residency: There is no residency requirement, but visiting the islands to understand the culture and environment is beneficial.
  • Taxation: No personal income, capital gains, or inheritance tax exists.
  • Healthcare: Healthcare services are available but may be at a different level than in the US; private insurance is recommended.
  • Cost of Living: The cost of living is generally lower than in the US, especially regarding housing and groceries​ (Best Citizenships)​​(Imperial Citizenship)​.

2. St. Lucia