Your New Year’s Resolution: Become a Citizen of the World

The start of a new year is time to take pause and think about the year that was and the year that
will be. A big part of this is often making new year’s resolutions. For some it’s vowing to hit the
gym to get in shape. For others, it’s making and sticking to a budget. Or it could be trying to eat
a little healthier. Or meet new people. Quit smoking. Learn a new hobby, or any other number of
things that we want to work on.

What if this year, you made your new year’s resolution to become a citizen of the world and
obtain a second passport? One of the greatest learning experiences and ways to test yourself is
by travelling. But not all passports come with equal access to all the exciting places the world
has to offer. If that’s the case for you, make 2018 the year you finally do something about it!
Imagine travelling visa-free to see the ruins of Pompeii in Italy. Or the Great Wall of China. Or
maybe the Northern Lights in Reykjavik? Or maybe you’d rather go Down Under to see all that
Australia has to offer. Regardless of where your wanderlust might take you, having a passport
that grants you hassle-free entry is essential to make your travel dreams a reality.
A second passport can also provide for ease of travel when things get tough where you are. We
live in times of political unrest in many countries and often it only takes a single event for things
to escalate to an uncomfortable position. When this happens, having the knowledge that you
can simply travel to safer shores quickly and easily can offer an immense peace of mind for you
and your family.

Having a second passport can also offer many business and financial benefits. From expanding
your business to different international markets to benefitting from better tax structures, a
second citizenship can be a valuable business investment.
Still not convinced? Get in touch with us today for a free consultation. We’ll work with you to
determine the best option for your unique situation. Plus, it feels good to make a new year’s
resolution you can actually keep!