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Europe’s First Citizenship by Birth Country

Europe finally offers the first birthright citizenship! In this video, Andrew discussed which country offers a European passport by birth and how it works.

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  1. Horrible for the EU to allow Portugal to make it easier to gain EU wide benefits without any familial ties to the country of birth, worse than allowing the selling of Golden Passport because it dilutes what it means to be European in the long run

  2. This is very interesting to watch as someone who grew up with two citizenships and lived around people with two or more citizenships. All members of my family have two passports (German and Brazilian) as we are descendent of those who emigrated before the war. It's very common amongst my friends as well. In São Paulo there are many immigrants whose children have two passports: I know people with Italian, Japanese, Austrian, American, etc citizenships. The all have at least some cultural connection to their second nationality; either they speak the language, have a typical family name or someone in the family was from that country. When traveling abroad its convenient for example to travel to the US or Canada on a European passport (no visa required) and at the same time nice to travel within South America with an ID only. Also, as Brazilians we can travel to Russia without a Visa, which no European passport allows for. It's a nice privilege to have and if you emigrate in order to pursue a new life somewhere else then it totally makes sense to get that country's citizenship in addition to your own, if possible. Otherwise I think it's weird when people acquire a second citizenship just for the sake of it or because it's easy.

  3. just be careful, some countries, i.e. the netherlands do not allow dual citizen. I f you take another citizenship you loose your dutch citizenship by default

  4. I applied many times to be turned down i guess if you don’t make 6 figures you cant . And they wont event try to give you a solution to where you could look even if they don’t help you i was born in north america and i never wanted the citizenship i have here but theres no way out so i guess i don’t have many choices really left… that said governments should give you the choice in life to go where you want and not oblige you when your born! .

  5. The countries with birthright citizenship are:

    Argentina

    Barbados

    Belize

    Brazil

    Canada

    Chile

    Cuba

    Ecuador

    Fiji

    Grenada

    Guatemala

    Guyana

    Honduras

    Jamaica

    Lesotho

    Mexico

    Nicaragua

    Paraguay

    Panama

    Peru

    Saint Lucia

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    Trinidad and Tobago

    Tuvalu

    Uruguay

    Source: worldpopulationreview

  6. The experience of last 50 years or so seems to indicate birthright citizenship is not a good idea, in general. It was a noble thing in the past but in this day and age. Like so many utopias, its intent comes from a good place but in practice it just doesn't really work (speaking somewhat euphemistically here).

  7. Wow, Andrew!

    It just occurred to me that your child(ren) will have soooo many citizenships they might have to purge and get rid of a few!

    (Much nicer place for them to be, though.)

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