The European Union or the EU as it’s better known, is one of the world’s most famous and prominent entities. To-date, it has an expansive global and cultural impact and also has a significant effect on the economy. Its force is so widely renowned, a multitude of people from around the world have been consistently looking for opportunities to both work and live in countries that are members of the EU. Be this with citizenship through investment or other means, it’s the benefits that EU countries offer that makes them so lucrative.
European passports are undoubtedly a highly attractive option for a second passport, and our team at Bluemina is poised to assist you with a range of similar programs as well. That said, we’d like to also remind our clients that some countries don’t allow dual citizenship, hence that needs to be checked first. If you’re not able to retain both citizenships, we’d then discuss your next course of action based on your requirements.
One of the clearest advantages of an EU passport is that you have the freedom to work in any one of their member countries without any complications. So if, for instance, you have a French passport, you’d have no issues with working in Bulgaria or Italy. Though yes you’d have to handle the language transition effectively, this incredible employment flexibility means that people have a better chance to achieve their goals. They’re also able to expand their resume and accumulate invaluable work experience along the way.
The ability to work in any one of their member nations is not the only benefit of an EU passport. You and your family can also live in any of these countries. Golden visas work somewhat similarly, except that they’re temporary and therefore need to be followed up on when they expire. However, to have so many countries to choose from as your home is a blessing that’s only available to a privileged few, and we encourage our clients to make the most of such opportunities.
Entitlement To Benefits
Being a citizen of the EU also means that you not only are able to make use of the benefits that are available to citizens in that particular country, but also those of all its member countries. In other words, if you hold an EU passport, then you’re allowed to claim privileges stretching across health, education, pensions, and retirement and unemployment programmes. Naturally, these are great benefits for those looking to move not only as individuals, but as families as well.
Our team of immigration and citizenship experts is happy to assist with any queries you may have.