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How – and Why – to Get a Second Passport Now

**This is part two of a six part series on how to cash out – and keep – your money and your freedom. Read the first post here.

Why Everyone Needs a Second (or Third) Passport

We are living in a strange time. Hypocritical perverts are not arrested for child molestation and sexual abuse, instead they are indicted for ‘structuring’ withdrawals to pay blackmail to the victim. And ‘lying to the government’.. about withdrawing his own money.

Simply possessing any large amount of cash allows the government to confiscate it. even if the owner is never charged with a crime. Essentially, carrying cash is illegal.

Every phone call, every email, every text, is at risk of being vacuumed up by a government desperate to end privacy in any form. Governments are becoming more efficient – unfortunately, that efficiency is only related to violating your privacy.

If you owe the IRS, or student loans, or child support, you will soon be denied a US passport.

As ‘developed’ governments begin to deteriorate, as the treasuries empty and economies crumble, the number of regulations, laws, edicts and rules multiply to the point it is literally impossible to not break the law every day. Capital controls and travel restrictions become the last play.

If you do not have a second passport, you are a prisoner – a slave to a country that owns you by the accident of the location of your birth.

What Type of Second Passport Do I Need?

First, let’s discuss what you do not need. There are hundreds of scams and ripoffs, and all of them will end up causing you endless grief and problems. There is no legitimate vendor that can deliver you a quick, cheap and simple second passport. They are the same people who send you good news emails from Nigeria.

Now, let’s discuss what you do want in a second passport country.

  • Worldwide visa-free travel
  • Easy and inexpensive to legally obtain
  • No or limited extradition
  • Quality of life
  • Inefficient police/intelligence state
  • Unwilling to be bullied by the US and EU

Taking these goals into consideration, Here are the best countries for a second passport, and how to obtain them.

1. Brazil

Though it is rarely considered, this is the hands-down best country for a second passport in the world. I received my Brazilian passport in a total of 197 days, at a total cost of around $1800 in lawyers fees and taxes.

Brazil is a melting pot – European, African, Asian and Indian heritage are all represented. The entire country is beautiful.

Once you receive residency, you can travel almost any country in South America passport-free, with only your national ID card (no tracking, no visa, no records of movement). They do not extradite Brazilian citizens – ever – for anything. Even though there is a Brazil-US agreement on a few major offenses, the Brazilian constitution forbids extradition and it has never happened…not once.

Visa-free travel to 146 countries. Establishing a parallel banking system to bypass US/EU-dominated SWIFT. Laying an internet cable directly to Portugal to bypass the US and the NSA.

I got my passport through marriage, but Brazil is easy – marriage, adoption, starting a business, buying a property – there are multiple options, just be prepared to hire a local to navigate if you do not speak Portuguese.

2. Panama

If you are one of the 48 nations included in Panama’s ‘Friendly Nations Program’ (including all of EU), then Panama may be the absolute easiest place in the world to obtain residency and a passport.

If you can deposit $5000 into a personal bank account (which you own – it can be withdrawn immediately), proof of employment, operation of a business (internet businesses are popular) or ownership of income property, you qualify.

Once you apply, you literally only need to spend about two weeks a year in the country to maintain residency, and in five years, you have citizenship. No taxes on income earned outside Panama, good banking secrecy, excellent corporate structure privacy, visa-free travel to 124 countries, travel all of Central and South America with no passport (no immigration records, no tracking, no visa)

3. Singapore

With the most valuable passport in the world, Singapore is surprisingly easy to obtain residency, and then two years later, naturalization, by setting up a local company (internet, trading, etc) doing business outside of Singapore. There is a high cost of living, but the banking, privacy and economy are among the best in the world.

Other Notable Jurisdictions for Second Passports

Ecuador – I lived there for 2 years, and while the country is beautiful and the people are great, the government is rabidly socialist, the internet sucks outside of Quito, and the visa-free travel is limited. They do use the dollar as currency, but the banking system is perpetually broke and it is hard to open an account until you have residency. Marry a local and you can get a passport in as little as 18 months.

Israel – If you are willing to convert, you can get residency, and then a passport, fairly quickly. Of course, they have the most hated passport on the planet and you may have to join the military, but other than that..

Ireland – Passport by marriage in two years, and everything that comes with EU membership.

Need a Quicker Second Passport Solution?

The islands of Dominica, St Kitts, and Antigua all have legitimate ‘investment’ passports, where for upwards of $100k per person, or double that for real estate investment, you can qualify for immediate citizenship.

Malta, Croatia, Jamaica, and Cyprus are all either considering, or are in the process of enacting, ‘Citizenship by Investment’ programs as well.

Whatever plan you decide, you have to decide to make a plan. As GATCA begins to take effect in the next 2 years, anyone without a second passport, an established overseas bank account and hard assets put away from the grasp of your home country is going to be too late to escape. Take a minute and learn about GATCA, and see why you need a second passport, an offshore bank account and an established escape plan now, while you can.

Up next, FATCA, GATCA, and how to keep your money and your freedom from being confiscated. Effective ways to convert cash and bitcoin into safe, anonymous and clean assets without going to jail.

27 comments

  1. Thank you, Archer, by this very wonderful second article.

    About the things you said, let me tell people around here that getting big quantities of money in and out of Brazil is expensive, messy and dangerous.

    The Brazilian government is desperate for money and they are cracking down on any transaction to try find anything illegal and seize the money.

    Also, Brazil is many countries into one, it was an empire once. So, while there are nice places to live, there are bad ones too and they are not easy to tell apart, unless you prioritize safety above earning money or having access to the best schools.

    That is, the safest places are also the places which are rather poor, rural and cold in the south. In the north, Brazilians have no respect for gringos except to extract money from them.

  2. From what ive been reading, the only viable option might be Panama (as far as your list). Brazil is listed as a GATCA member. So is Singapore.

    Belize and Nicaragua might be other good options.

    • Panama is USA’s bitch. They are often coerced to give confidential information away and they do.

      Belize has a “transparency” agreement with a few countries, notably Italy, which is also USA’s bitch.

      Brazil is known for its good food and life and protection from extradition. But Brazilians hate rich people and their laws reflect it. If you flaunt money there you get it snatched from you.

      You can’t really have your cake and eat it. There is no country which protects one perfectly from US attacks but also offers wonderful business opportunities.

      A mix of those options may be interesting, ie. get Brazilian citizenship and residence to avoid extradition but conduct your warez business from Venezuela while hosting it mostly in Russia and China.

      From Brazil it is possible to get an airplane to some African countries that do not extradite because muh helping imperialist whitey, then pass to Iran which also do not extradite and then do your business in Russia. Travel back the same route.

      If you do so cereal stuff, you can’t really get near NATO, EU, Carib or East Asia. You got to stick to some non-aligned big countries, the passing through Africa may be dangerous, then.

  3. Turns out I already have citizenship one of those middle eastern countries, guess I gotta stay safe until Isis leaves :p

  4. A little fact about Singapore:

    No Dual Citizenship

    If you decide to become a Singapore citizen you will have to denounce citizenship of your home country and give up your home country passport. Singapore does not allow dual citizenship. This is perhaps the biggest disadvantage of acquiring Singapore Citizenship.

  5. Thanks a lot for this one :) Looking forward for the 3rd article now!! Cheers bro

  6. I can get you a Brazilian passport

  7. How about aquiring a russian or other eastern europe passport?

    • Voice of Reason

      Only Russia and Belarus do not extradite its citizens to the US. The other countries do anything to be in good terms with USA. See the Latvian hacker that created a virus as an instance or the reasons for the Ukrainian war.

      Good luck going anywhere with a Russian or Belarus passport. lol

      A Brazilian or Chilean passport otherwise … gets you more doors open than even the US passport. Brazil currently has more diplomatic missions than any other country, they have diplomats in all countries (Syria, Iran, North Korea, Palestine included) plus representatives in many territories.

  8. @voice of reason

    And how about serbia, romania etc? Montenegro isnt an option anymore after they joined nato

    • Voice of Reason

      Romania has laws in place to collaborate with the US and they do collaborate already. Romanian hackers have been hit pretty hard lately. Romania is joining the EU by the way.

      Same with Serbia, they lost the war, they are US bitches and they are joining the EU.

      There are individual serbians (and eastern europeans in general) which put themselves to risk to stick to the man, but you can find such persons in other countries too. See the story of Ladar Levison in the US.

      Safe havens against the US abuses are Russia, Brazil and mainland China. There may be other places which Archer could indicate. Argentina do not extradite as far as I know, neither South Africa, and India doesn’t do it too, but I’m not sure about it. You should ask Archer.

      If you go get citizenship from say, Bolivia and the US special forces snatch you from there, there is very little the Bolivians can do to hurt the US. See the forced landing of Evo Morales presidential airplane. lol

  9. The only secure zone to live against law is a war zone.
    Like Somalia or the islamic state.
    Peroiod

  10. Can you give me details of you lawyer in Brasil?

  11. Brazilian here, DO NOT GET A SECOND PASSPORT FOR BRAZIL.

    Our government is radically shifting to the right. Foreigners are being targeted heavily.

    Trust me you end up in a processing center in Campinas or Sao Paulo you will not be happy.

  12. Govern for GOD HEIL HIMMLER~

    Brasil, ame-o ou deixe-o

  13. https://br.usembassy.gov/

    Dear idiotas,

    It has been brought to my attention this absolutely horrible advice. I highly recommend against this.

    This OP is lying. The Brazilian government will take your money and then deny you. I work in the Embassy in São Paulo.

    Notice the OP said “through marriage” This also is a lie. It is difficult for Americans in particular to obtain citizenship requirement to get a passport and the United States and Brazil do NOT honor duel citizenship as of the reforms of 2017. PLEASE DO NOT BE IGNORANT. YOU WILL END UP IN A FOREIGN PRISON IF DISCOVERED. You may face charges in which we cannot help you. Please don’t be this fucking stupid.

    American Citizen Services Unit
    U.S. Consulate General São Paulo
    Rua Henri Dunant, 500,
    Chácara Santo Antonio,
    São Paulo, SP — 04709-110
    Brasil

    Phone: (11) 3250-5000
    After-Hours Emergencies only: (11) 3250-5373

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