Dual citizenship arises when an individual holds two or more citizenships simultaneously. Citizenship laws vary from one country to another and it is therefore dependent upon each individual country whether dual citizenship is allowed, restricted or prohibited.


In today’s global marketplace mobility is an essential factor for success.

With international migration and investment flows constantly on the rise, many investors and wealthy families are seeking opportunities beyond their country of birth.

The Dual Citizenship Report provides an extensive, up-to-date analysis of the different laws regulating dual citizenship in over 100 jurisdictions across the world, including countries and special territories.

The report gives detailed expert commentary on the laws governing citizenship. Specifically, the report looks at whether a country or territory allows, restricts, or prohibits its citizens from holding dual and multiple citizenship. The analysis is based on the collaboration of different law firms, each with established local presence in their respective countries. This makes the Dual Citizenship Report an authoritative reference point for all matters relating to dual citizenship.

Acquiring Dual citizenship

Dual citizenship may be acquired in various ways, namely through birth, descent, naturalisation, or investment migration. Affluent investors may be granted citizenship through citizenship by investment programmes, given that they satisfy specific investment and eligibility criteria.

Benefits of Dual Citizenship

New Investment Opportunities

Facilitating ventures  which would otherwise be difficult to conclude based on the original passport

Better Wealth Management

Growing and preserving your assets in countries which offer optimised wealth solutions

Freedom to travel


Ensuring global mobility through improved visa free travel