I sell real estate to many Arabs and Iranians for citizenship. I am not going to promote my business on this platform. Don’t worry about it. My experience is that having the citizenship of countries like Macedonia, Bulgaria, Montenegro or Turkey make more sense than Caribbean island passports. They are in Europe and passport owner might live in big cities and has more logistic-travel opportunities . These countries are all modern independent states. The tax system is very advantageous in these type of countries, especially if you have your income coming from your native country. On the other hand , EU countries check everything in detail and conditions to become citizens are tighter and more expensive.For a lot of wealthy people having a second or third passport is important for the ability to travel. Travel benefits and the status that comes along with owning real estate around the world, the programs also allow people to manage their tax burdens. Second citizenship is becoming more than just getting a passport, there are certain advantages towards using second citizenship to create residence in countries where tax burdens would be lower than where you are at the current time.I mostly deal in Turkey. In Turkey, getting a 250,000 usd real estate makes you a citizen . You can even make money out of the real estate because there has been a devaluation in Turkey. You need to wait for 3 years to sell the property though• I work for the clients and assist them to get citizenships and also make money for the client. Real estate returns are attractive in Turkey . When they are satisfied they tell their stories to others and this way reputation itself makes money.The process normaly takes 6 months for citizenship however most people become citizens in less than 4 months. The process is efficient.However Macedonia also offers the best of both worlds: the benefits of Europe and visa-free access to the Schengen Area, but none of the problems associated with being a part of the European Union. Located south of Serbia in the Balkans, Macedonia is one of the many business-friendly countries in eastern Europe. Tax rates for both companies and individuals are a flat 10%, and the government is efficient.If you’re willing to start a business and hire local workers, you can become a Macedonian citizen in less than one year. In fact, Macedonia has the least talked about economic citizenship program in the world, targeted specifically at entrepreneurs who can invest at least 400,000 euros into a real business.Similar to Portugal’s Golden Visa program for entrepreneurs, Macedonia requires you to tie up your capital but gives you citizenship in as little as 6-12 months. Macedonia also no longer requires you to live there for six months in most cases.The easiest places to get citizenship except the countries I mentioned is listed below:Dominica: A donation to the National Transformation Fund of $100,000 (£77,113) for a single applicant, or $200,000 (£154,226) for a family of four, or A real estate investment of $200,000 (£154,226).St. Kitts and Nevis • Citizenship from $250,000 -A real estate investment of at least $400,000 (£308,480) held for five years, or-A non-refundable contribution of at least $250,000 (£192,800) to the Sugar Industry Diversifcation Foundation (SIDF) (depending on the number of members in your family).Grenada • Citizenship from $200,000 (£154,226) .-A $200,000 (£154,226) donation to the Grenada National Transformation Fund, or Real estate investment of at least $350,000 (£269,874).Malta • Citizenship from €150,000 (£131,521). A non-refundable contribution of at least €650,000 (£569,925) to National Development and Social Fund, or Investment of at least €350,000 (£306,883) in property, or a property rental contract for at least €16,000 (£14,029), held for five years, or Purchase of €150,000 (£131,521) im government bonds, held for five years.Cyprus (expensive) Real estate investment of €2 million (£1.8 million). A minimum of €500,000 (£438,497) and privately owned residence in Cyprus valued at at least €1.5 million (£1.3 million). Source. Business InsiderWe are still far away from the discovery and colonization of Mars. Therefore the passport below won’t work very well….Source: Youtube;""