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Best Second Citizenships for Indians and South Asians

Indians and South Asians face unique challenges when seeking a second residence or second citizenship. Here is my immigration strategy for wealthy Indians looking for a Plan B passport.

Andrew Henderson and the Nomad Capitalist team are the world’s most sought-after experts on legal offshore tax strategies, investment immigration, and global citizenship. We work exclusively with seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to “go where they’re treated best”.

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Andrew has started offshore companies, opened dozens of offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate on four continents. He has spent the last 12 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle.

Our growing team of researchers, strategies, and implementers add to our ever-growing knowledge base of the best options available. In addition, we’ve spent years studying the behavior of hundreds of clients in order to help people get the results they want faster and with less effort.

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  1. Correction: Many of us in the US are upset about illegal immigrants from any country. The focus is on Mexican and Central American nationals cutting in line because they are coming in the largest numbers. Considering that Andrew touts the importance of doing things legally, one would think he'd understand the real issue. Racism in the US is overblown by politicians and the media because they can gain more money/power by dividing us.

  2. I want to go somewhere where this pandemic drama is not going on? Where people can live peacefully without worrying about frequent lockdowns?

  3. I see Serbia mentioned a lot on Nomad Capitalist. I was wondering if you would recommend residency by investment in real estate in Serbia (and citizenship by naturalisation, eventually) to folks in India who are interested.

  4. Indian Citizens cannot have a second citizenship. Anyone acquiring one is deemed to have given up his citizenship & get a jail term to boot.

    I would be curious about possibility of Indians giving up their citizenship & getting a new one elsewhere and using a visa to live in India as PIO/OCI (person of Indian origin/overseas citizen of India) and be taxed only on Indian source income & not on worldwide income. And some other benefits on things you are allowed to do or reporting to govt. you have to make.

  5. The reason why most Indians who dont bother with Carribbean and eastern europe is because they dont think much of those countries. If you think these countries are racist, youre delusional. No indian wants to go there- it's beneath them. They much prefer to get work visas and green cards to US, Australia or Canada. They are usually highly skilled professionals and can get the visas that mant other cannot. Very wealthy indians prefer Dubai or Singapore.

  6. I recently found Ur Videos…n Going through Almost All of it… Found this One…
    Ur facial Expression, Ur Body Language was so Different in This Video and Kinda very Totally Uncomfortable…
    But U Dared to Speak the Truth…n that is the Treatment of 3rd World Country n Racism for Indian & Pakistani.
    Skin-Color Superiority.
    But As U again rightly said, it is about the Person who is behind the Desk makes a Decision n They've All their Judgements to make a Decision n After All it depends Upon their Upbringing n Overall Work Ethics.
    I think in the End it is All about Luck-factor n All the Great Deeds will define the Citizenship Call 🙂

  7. Thank you Andrew for being real. Please make more informative videos on this. There are many Indians with cash in banks looking for a better lifestyle in a different country.

  8. Thanks for the great content! Do you think as an indian would Latin America (mainly Mexico) be a good choice for retirement considering similar cost of living and lower inflation rates (compared to India). Although not sure how would an indian be taxed on his foreign income in Mexico as a resident. Can you please share your thoughts on these aspects ? Thank you

  9. I have a Portuguese name. I look Indian. I have a UK passport and cockney accent. That blows the minds of Gov't staff and bankers.

    Andrew says go where you're treated best.

    I chose winter in Dubai and summer in Tbilisi

  10. What about Malaysia and Singapore? What is the issue with these? For Indians who make capital gains on foreign (say US) stocks, aren't these better? The one issue is these countries don't have estate tax treaties with the USA so the US estates of individuals who are residents of these countries are subject to a hefty estate tax of 40% over $60K when these individuals die. But this problem would exist with most of the other recommended countries as well since the USA does not have estate tax treaties with them.

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