We know that today, more than ever before, is important to be global.
With the rise of the internet, borders seem to matter less, but only if you come from the right countries. If you don’t then traveling can be very hard for you.
Countries are unfortunately not equal, and coming from the less developed ones can limit your opportunities in life. You might not be able to go somewhere you need to be, you might need to prepare tons of paperwork and attend interviews to get visas, you might waste your valuable time, get questioned at the airports and go through the intensive screening.
Well, it doesn’t have to be this way!
If you are a high net worth individual you can avoid all this. You can simply get a better passport and enjoy your travels. This is our mission. We want you to have the world at the palm of your hand. We want you to become the global citizen. Based on your specific situation we will advise which citizenship might be the best for you to obtain, and then we will help you on the path of getting your new passport.
Besides this, if you are not happy with the place where you live you can relocate somewhere better. Life is too short to be unhappy with your home country, anyway! We will help you set up a residency in your perfect place. Get a better lifestyle, lower costs of living, safer or simply more beautiful country – whatever your reasons might be we will help you set up a residency abroad.
If you are tired of paying too much tax you are in the right place. We have solutions for you that are 100% legal and safe. Tell us your situation and we will come up with the answer.
This world has plenty to offer. We traveled all around the globe, we lived in multiple countries and we don’t plan to stop. We are always looking for new places to visit, new opportunities to explore and new experiences to try.
Traveler, researcher, entrepreneur…
For years I’ve traveled the world with an insatiable lust for learning how the world works, how to find the greatest advantages, the little hacks, insights, and opportunities.
I’ve been frustrated by others not being diligent, missing details and as a result, sharing subpar information so here we are to give you a holistic picture hopefully free of biases and just giving you the practical details that will make a difference to you.
For years I’ve been regarded as one of the top experts in the field of finding your way through global laws to legally reduce your personal and business tax as close to zero as possible and protecting your assets. Over the past six years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with our team of lawyers, accountants, payment processing, and citizenship experts helping countless companies and individuals.
Visited more than 50 countries, did business all around the globe. Being very diligent and attentive to details definitely gave me an edge in today’s fast-changing environment.
I’m proud to say that I’ve saved deca-millions in taxes for my clients from all over the world.
Two-degree holder, world traveler and a passionate advocate for improvements.
Being born in a developing country definitely brought some challenges to my life, especially when it comes to traveling abroad. I know from personal experience what does it look like to be discriminated and scrutinized based on your citizenship. Traveling abroad had lots of challenges- I was always questioned at foreign airports: about my intentions, future plans, financial situation, even about my family members… Sometimes I couldn’t even access the country because they wouldn’t give me a visitors visa. It’s tiring and humiliating, to say the least.
All of this gave me a very good perspective about the importance of a ”good” passport. You could be the most educated and hard-working individual from a ”bad” country and you will still go through a lot of trouble. On the other hand, almost any average individual from the developed world doesn’t even have to think about any of this. They enjoy their visa-free travel benefits and rarely get questioned about their travel intentions.
One funny thing that I realized on my numerous trips is that even people from the most developed countries are seeking a second passport. Their reasons are definitely deferent then mine but still very valid- some of them want better tax situation, some of them want more freedom and flexibility, some simply want to live in their dream place that they call home. Whatever the reason might be having multiple passports seems like a great idea. You never know what might happen, so you might as well have some backup plans.
In my opinion, it’s always good to have an option B…And an option C.
Being global is a way to be in the 21st century.
Our mission is to help you get where you want to be!
Offshore Citizen team