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“Should I Get a Greek Passport?”

If you can easily get a passport in another country, should you go for it? Even if a country does not rank as the best place to live, work, run a business, bank, and enjoy lower taxes, it could still work as part of a holistic offshore strategy. Andrew explains why and how in this video.

00:00 Start
0:54 Is Greece the perfect destination?
2:14 Should you get a Greek passport?
3:00 Don’t let your passport dictate your entire offshore strategy
4:00 Your passport does not have to match where you live
6:02 Decompartmentalize, then ensure each part of your plan works holistically

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23 COMMENTS

  1. Europe is highly dependent about oil and gas, EastMed pipeline project and maybe more pipelines connecting Greece with Iran, can be great thing especially for Greece and EU economy.

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  3. Really good advice – as a rule of thumb your advice is similar to investment advice I have received recently. Although I would never move to the EU (i'm in Asia), your advice is sound and based on common sense…..and to many people pondering this, I would imagine, an exciting prospect. Which brings me to another point, in today's world many people are attracted to moving – perhaps you could do a video on how to convince yourself to take that very difficult first step.

  4. Greece is an excellent place for business, there are many successful businesses and the economy is booming right now. Learn how things get done here and plan it well.
    Pay no attention to Greek businessman, they ALWAYS Complain about taxes and everything. I 've met Greek bilioners and they were still complaining, never happy.

  5. I live in Dubai, pay no tax, my home Europe can eat me… many people from Europe have their companies registered here in UAE and they still live in Europe. They just pay everything with their company's card and ignore the tax man in their home country… it works!

  6. As a Greek citizen I feel like I’m obligated to answer this. A Greek passport will open doors for you it’s one of the most powerful in the world. I remember being in college and getting an AmEx with a 5,000$ credit line just by giving my passport number, that was In the us.

    Doing business in Greece is a big no no. Extremely difficult to navigate through, super high taxes and very costly

  7. Hi Andrew,
    Wow! I was about to write to you last week to thank you so much for answering my question on that AOE webinar and for all the knowledge I've gained since that insightful presentation. You posting this video response to my (admittedly ignorant) question has given me the chance to post my thank you letter here in the comments instead. At the time I didn't fully understand the differences between citizenship, passports and residency. I have since watched dozens of your videos and educated myself about these and have glimpsed a future where I can escape the cold Melbourne winters and spend time abroad in warm places I'd love to visit while dining at the "buffet" as you put it to go where I'm treated best in the other parts of life and business. The catalyst to my question was a 6 week holiday in Greece (and France briefly) last year which was fantastic for me and the family, my first thought when I returned home to Australia was how to get back there when winter comes. I can only echo the sentiments of many other comments here that talk of a Greek population that is warm and welcoming. I will get that Greek passport but I have heard from some relatives that the Greeks take bureaucracy to a new level so I think I'm in for a long journey towards achieving that 🤣. Once again thanks for educating me on that webinar with Neil and through your excellent channel. The videos are of such a length that they are easily devoured and that intro music gets me psyched up! Thanks for referring to me as a gentleman and now that you mentioned spending time in Italy my wife is starting to come around to the idea of more time abroad in the future. We're looking forward to the next seaside real estate video especially.
    Cheers,
    David

  8. Unless you gain have ancestry or get the golden visa there will be no way for anyone to naturalize and become a greek citizen. Ask the 500k Albanians waiting in line who have completed every condition but are waiting many additional years to get it.

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