Dual Citizenship

Citizenship for most individuals is their first identity and is mostly acquired by birth or the nationality of the parents. Other means of acquiring citizenship include naturalization and marriage. Dual citizenship, on the other hand, involves acquiring second citizenship in addition to your primary citizenship. Under normal circumstances, it can normally be acquired due to marriage, ancestry or the process of naturalization.
In modern times, the acquisition of second citizenship has become an essential need for several reasons including visa-free travel, financial needs, and social security. Keeping this in mind, several countries around the world have started the process of providing second citizenship based primarily on investment by the individual and fulfillment of a few other basic requirements.

The first step to acquiring dual citizenship for you would be to evaluate if your country allows for the acquisition of second citizenship.

This can be done by contacting us as we maintain a detailed list of countries and the exact provisions which govern citizenship in those countries.
The next step would be to choose the most appropriate country from the list of countries that offer dual citizens. We at Empire can assist you with the entire process of acquiring second citizenship from Antigua and Barbuda, Austria, Cyprus, Grenada, Bulgaria, Dominica, Malta, and St. Kitts and Nevis.
As our clients agree, acquiring second citizenship would allow a much greater degree of freedom and security and the option should be considered without any second thought.

No designation has been made by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for a Certificate of Special Competence in this area.