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Which Countries Sell Citizenship?

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A person can gain citizenship by birth, marriage, employment, or in some cases by check. So where can you buy citizenship?

Learn More:
Washington Post: 7 countries where you can become a citizen or resident – if you have the cash

CNBC: Buying citizenship: Which nations are affordable?

CNN: This Caribbean island makes 25% of its money selling visas

Caribbean News Now: Dominica’s citizenship programme main source of FDI, officials say

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  3. So how exactly would St. Kitts or Dominican citizenship help wealthy Americans given that the US taxes their citizens of entire worldwide income irrespective of where they live? Businesses can register their headquarters in offshore zones, but it most often doesn't require to be a citizen of these countries.

    Even for countries like Canada, that don't tax their non-resident citizens, you would have to reside in these small island nations to enjoy the benefits of low tax rates.


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