Second Passport AND Second Citizenship Programs

Introduction – For as little as $50,000 (total fee, complete) you can obtain a citizenship with passport in one of the Latin American Nations we work with. We do NOT work with Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela, Bolivia or French Guiana. These would be established and well respected nations. Time frame is 21 to 30 days, depending on the program. Passports are good for Visa free travel to Central and South America, European Union, most of Africa, and Asia. These passports are NOT good for visa free travel to USA or Canada. We offer nothing for the USA or Canada. You do have to come to the issuing country for four days to get started. This is for fingerprints, photographs and signatures. At the end of the process you return for another four days. Documents are issued directly to you from government offices in government buildings. Everything we do is lawful.
Economic Citizenships This is just one approach of several that can be used to obtain a second citizenship and passport. There are other approaches available as well. There are one or two countries offering economic based citizenships that like to state that they have the only lawful way to a second passport or a second citizenship. These statements are 100% untrue and are nothing more than marketing noise generated by the sellers of such services. We do offer legal programs for citizenships.
Diplomatic Passports These can be obtained as well. Time frame is 30-60 days. They also include a citizenship for life. The fee is $95,000 for one person. There is no family plan, sorry. These passports carry full diplomatic immunity and are issued for five years. To learn more about Diplomatic Passports please go here:
Diplomatic Passports
Sealed Private Name Changes – You can also affect a sealed in court records name change (extra fee of $15,000) for your new second citizenship. This can only be dome after the new country has jurisdiction over you. This occurs when you have your new citizenship. This takes an additional 30 to 60 days. No one will be able to go into any public database or public records and see that you had a name change. The name change feature makes these passports desirable for offshore banking. These countries do not tax any offshore-derived income so opening up bank accounts using your new identity is quite easy even in the most desirable jurisdictions like Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Countries For Visa Free Travel The countries vary slightly regarding visa free travel. This is a general idea of the countries, which the passport will allow visa free travel into:
European Union (Schengen) Visa Free Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK.
European Union (Non-Schengen) Visa Free Andorra, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Gibraltar, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro.
Central America, South America and Caribbean Nations Visa Free Anguilla, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guinea, Greenland, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Martinique, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Barthes, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre, Saint Vincent and Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela.
Asia Visa Free Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Syria, Timor-Leste, Turkey.
Oceania (Polynesia) Visa Free Cook Islands, French Polynesia, Micronesia, New Caledonia, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tuvalu, Wallis and Futuna.
Africa Visa Free Cape Verde, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Kenya, Madagascar, Mayetta, Mozambique, Reunion, Seychelles, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia.
Documents Needed You need a passport and driver license. You must be able to travel to come here in Guatemala and to the country issuing you the citizenship.
Time Frame You start out by visiting our executive offices in the country you are seeking a passport/citizenship. You can come for 4-5 days and then leave returning in 21 days when the process is complete.
Fee The fee is $50,000 for one person, complete. The applicant pays their own airfare, hotel and meals.
Family Plan We can process a couple for $75,000. For children please inquire.
Payment The fee can be paid 50% at onset of work and 50% at completion. We do accept wire transfers and cash. Wires are sent to the law firm and are covered by attorney client privilege. Checks or Bank checks take 30 days to clear so we do not accept them.
Questions Welcome.

The Rivalry of the Mandarin and Cantonese Dialects

There are two main spoken styles of the Chinese language: those are the Mandarin and the Cantonese dialects. Mandarin is officially used in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Singapore; however, Cantonese is more dominant in Guangzhou province and officially spoken in Hong Kong.

Cantonese or Standard Cantonese is a dialect widely spoken in Guangzhou (which literally means Canton) and Hong Kong. Although Cantonese shares most the same vocabulary with Mandarin, these two Chinese languages are mutually unintelligible. In addition, there are quite a few large differences between these languages, from vocabulary to grammar, to sentence structure, and to pronunciation.

So, why has Cantonese become an Independent language?

There are numerous regional spoken Chinese dialects, but all of these are mutually unintelligible. Although China has promoted Mandarin as an official language for education and communication, there are still some Chinese provinces that uses the Cantonese dialect as the means for government communication and in media.

If Cantonese is an important language, why has it not gained international status in the world?
Some of the earliest relationships between the Chinese and Western worlds were developed in Guangdong province. Later on, Cantonese became dominant among Chinese languages used overseas, and also standardized in Hong Kong.

A lot of people cannot properly evaluate the importance of the Cantonese language both in Chinese history and in global markets. The same reasons why some of the Chinese dialects such as Shanghainese or Sichuanese did not gain any popularity even from the early times in China may actually also account for Cantonese.

As a matter of fact, many Chinese immigrants in the U.S nowadays are native Cantonese speakers; thus, there are probably more Westerners that are exposed to Cantonese than any other Chinese dialect.

It is clear that there is something of a rivalry between Mandarin and Cantonese. We all know that Mandarin is the most influential Chinese dialect, while Cantonese is the second most influential; and that Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China, Macau, and Taiwan. However, Cantonese has a long history, and thus, has been important in Chinese history and Chinese education.

But, which is more difficult to learn, Mandarin or Cantonese?

Both of these Chinese dialects pose difficulties and complexities to non-native Chinese speakers, and thus, learning either of these dialects is complex and need a sufficient and efficient learning process. Most English speakers who have learned both of these Chinese dialects believe that Cantonese is the more difficult Chinese dialect to learn and to understand.