In this bang up-to-date report by Grandpa and the Bye Bye Big Brother team, you'll find out why you need a second passport or citizenship - and more importantly how you can qualify for one. Your new passport will enhance your financial privacy, eliminate taxes, open up investment opportunities, and greatly enhance your personal privacy and safety. It can help you break free to become a Sovereign Individual.

Having a second passport has many intangible benefits, but it basically boils down to this: If you have just one passport, you are effectively the property and plaything of one government. That government may be corrupt, warlike or it may enforce a different morality than yours. We feel it is important to have the paperwork in place to make a move to safe ground when things get uncomfortable where you are.

You never know how or when disaster could strike. It could be something personal like an unjustified lawsuit or even criminal charges. It could be a natural disaster or terrorist attack leading to the local or national breakdown of civil society. Who knows? Just remember the Boy Scouts' motto: "Be Prepared."

In this report, based on information from the original Bye Bye Big Brother Black Books and updated for 2009, you will learn things like:

  • Second Citizenships in the World Post 9/11 and Financial Collapse
  • Nine Important Questions to Consider When Obtaining a Second Foreign Passport
  • Different Types of Second Passport Programs
  • Six Wide Open Back Doors to European Passports
  • Banking and Camouflage Passports Explained
  • Fast Track or Instant Economic Citizenship Programs - and How they Work
  • How the Grey Market, Discretion and Corruption Work in the Third World
  • Passport Programs Past and Present from A to Z
  • Passports Through Marriages of Convenience
  • How to Deal with Fixers, Escrow Services and Avoid Scams
  • Little-known documents You Can Use in Lieu of Passports
  • How to Obtain Diplomatic and Service Passports
  • How to Avoid Criminal Methods of Identity Theft and False Passports
  • How to Deal with Immigration and Customs Officials at Border Crossings

Plus you will receive our respected Nationality Law Table, the only one of its kind that reviews dual citizenship, naturalization by residence, citizenship by birth and citizenship by marriage requirements in more than 200 countries! This unique piece of research alone must be worth the cost of the book.

This is the ONLY serious guide to second passports and citizenships that is up to date and available today. It is available for immediate download in e-book format. Plus, when you purchase you will receive a month's free trial membership of Grandpa's Missives.



Here are a few of the most popular reasons why most of our clients are obtaining second passports...

  • There is a risk that your passport be withheld or cancelled by Big Brother or his agents on "suspicion of a crime" or for political reasons.
  • In most despotisms or dictatorships, there is no absolute right to travel.
  • The issuance of a passport is completely within the discretion of bureaucrats. Would you depend upon this sort of passport to get you out of a jam?
  • Does your existing/present passport limit your investment possibilities and entrepreneurial activities?
  • Do you find banks refuse your business because of your existing citizenship?
  • Does your existing/present passport expose you to retribution and other dangers? Americans and British oil rig workers were chained to missile targets in Saddam's Iraq. Swiss, Filipino and Mexicans stranded there during the recent wars were treated with kid gloves and evacuated.
  • Does your existing/present passport expose you to income taxes on your worldwide income? Many governments (Paraguay, Bermuda and Monaco for instance) impose no personal income taxes at all, on local citizens or foreigners, resident or not. Only one nation, the USA, obliges non-resident citizens to pay a third or more of their income in taxes.
  • Does your existing/present passport make you a target for suicide bombers, kidnappers or terrorists?
  • Does your existing/present passport show that you are a citizen of a hated, very unpopular or "pariah" state?
  • Does your existing/present passport force you or your family into unwanted national or military service?
  • Does your existing/present passport limit your freedom of movement?
  • Does your existing/present passport penalize you for changing your legal permanent residence to a tax haven?


Some passports, like Thai for instance, may be not very good for visa-free travel but they offer a very decent alternative document for offshore banking and avoiding reporting requirements based on your other citizenship. With Americans and European Union citizens subject to ever more intrusive bank reporting requirements, wouldn't you like to be a citizen of a neutral country that does not threaten banks in other sovereign states?


Loving your country is great. Genuine Patriots should be held in high esteem. To be a patriot is to love your own cultures, traditions, and kinsmen. These things should not be confused with being loyal to a perfidious government. You can love your country but not trust its government an inch. The kind of second citizenship you should seek is has nothing to do with severing your cultural or emotional ties. It is about flexibility. A passport is just a legality. It does not affect your interpersonal or cultural relationships. It affects only your relationship with governments, tax collectors and the like. You (and your family members) need more than one to insure your survival! Obtaining a second passport from another urisdiction is not disloyalty. It is only about gaining the mobility and freedom to move out of harm's way -- protecting yourself, your family and your assets from an arbitrary bureaucrat's evil acts.

Most Americans, for example, have positive feelings for the Constitution of the United States of America. On paper its the most PT-oriented constitution on earth. Unfortunately this document is largely ignored and these days gets lip service only. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights don't protect individual rights, personal freedom or anything else any more.

Holding a foreign passport is by no means an unpatriotic thing to do. In fact, we would say it is very much the 'American way'. Holding a second passport is all about liberty, self-reliance, and taking care of yourself and your family. It doesn't change who you are or where you come from one bit (unless you want it to...).

Bye Bye Big Brother's Second Passport Report will explain your departure options clearly and in detail. Being prepared is not only smart, it could be a life-saving thing for you to do!


Some of the longest running 'economic citizenship' programs (ie, quick 2nd passports for cash) such as Ireland, Belize and Grenada were closed down in days in the wake of 9/11. The excuse was that second passports can be used by terrorists. The reality is something else.

All the 9/11 hijackers were in the USA on their original home country (mostly Saudi) passports with legally issued USA visas. There is no Evidence of ANY suspected terrorists EVER having bought a passport of convenience. And, if you think about it logically, there is no particular reason why they would want to. If you are a potential suicide bomber, why spend $100,000 on a legal second passport when for $1,000 a coyote at the Mexican border will smuggle you into the USA - along with your weapons and even a suitcase nuke if you happen to have one?

No, the reality is governments have realized that second passports can help their top taxpayers to reduce their person tax burdens. Second passports help these people work internationally or immigrate to start new lives abroad. Second passports especially improve the lot of richer, more productive citizens - by vastly reducing the degree of control that the "home" government has over individuals. That reduction of control is precisely what politicians fear.

That is why the mainstream media is being fed the view that getting a second passport is somehow illegal, unpatriotic or dirty. It is none of these.


How can I get a second legally issued passport? Hasn't it become much more difficult these days? It has indeed become much more difficult. You have to either spend more money or be a lot more creative than was necessary in the very recent past. But it is possible.

There are four or five main routes to acquiring a second passport. One is instant economic citizenship. Another is by researching your ancestry or following using your religion. Almost one out of every three American citizens, for example, are entitled to second passports due to their ancestry or religion, even though many don't know it. A third method is simply moving physically (to Canada for instance) and going through a short (3 year) period of residence (either physical or virtual). A fourth common path to a second passport involves marriage or having a child in a country (like France) that will give parents of a child born there residence permits, travel documents, and eventual citizenship.

Then there is the grey market route - persuading a politician or judge to recognize your unique contributions to his nation with an award of citizenship. Finally there are other, even more creative and unusual routes. The Second Passport Report explains them all in depth, covers the advantages and the pitfalls, and also tells you who to contact for reliable assistance in various jurisdictions.

Last but not least, we tell you how to avoid being scammed. The second passport business is a dangerous place full of crooks who take you money and deliver nil, If you don't have a reliable guide you end up skinned and left hanging in the breeze!


Yes, provided you do it right. But before you try it at home, get specialist advice!

Obviously there are many illegal ways to obtain second passports, like forgeries, identity theft or the old Day of the Jackal method revealed in the thriller of the same name. These are most emphatically not recommended, though we do cover them in The Second Passport Report because forewarned is forearmed.

In most (but not all) civilized countries dual nationality is permitted. It is a basic human right - and in our globalized world, an increasingly common situation. Almost every baby born of parents of different nationalities is automatically a dual citizen at birth. There is nothing illegal or unusual about it provided you take a few basic steps.

Of course, if you are Cuban or North Korean, you may find that obtaining a second citizenship is illegal however you do it. All the more reason to ditch your original citizenship, then, so that these laws no longer apply to you!


That basically depends on how urgently you need it, and how much money you have! In rare cases and utilizing the best diplomatic connections that money can buy, you may be able to obtain a second passport almost instantly - that is, within a few weeks.

The best passports are the ones that take longer to obtain. They are also the cheaper options. Expect to wait at least 2-3 years for a South American passport, or 5-6 years for a European Union passport. These waiting times can sometimes be reduced through marriage or ancestry.

Country by country, from Andorra to Zimbabwe, all is covered in depth in The Second Passport Report.


How much does it cost to obtain a second passport?

If you are lucky enough to be entitled to a second passport due to your ancestry, or for existing religious or family reasons, the cost may be under $1000. Of course, sometimes it is possible to convert to a suitable religion or procreate or marry to change your family circumstances, in which case you could take advantage of these low cost methods.

Normally, these days, obtaining a new passport is something for upper-middle-class people. It is not cheap. Expect to spend at least $50,000. For a better passport, expect to spend more.

There are some ways to do it cheaper if you have patience and are prepared to work at it a bit. There are also ways to do it more expensive but without you having to lift a finger. Either way, buying Bye Bye Big Brother's Second Passport Report will be money very well spent as a first step. Using the information and contacts we give you will most likely save you many thousands of dollars and many months of frustration. If, after buying, you don't agree, you still have a year in which to return the three volumes of the book for a full refund.


Typical documents requested by the majority of countries are:

  • Birth certificate
  • Copy of existing passport
  • Copy of marriage certificate (if applicable)
  • Copy of divorce decree (if applicable - can be a quickie foreign divorce)
  • Copy of name change declaration (if applicable)
  • Medical test results including HIV test
  • Certificate of no criminal background
  • Proof of economic solvency and clean funds (bank references)

All above documents should normally be translated into the language of the country you are applying to, notarized and certified by a consular officer or by apostille.

If you are unable to supply any one of these documents, sometimes alternatives can be accepted. This is usually on a case by case basis but Bye Bye Big Brother will point you in the right direction.


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