Frequently Asked Questions
Important to know: any data you provide us remains strictly confidential and is not disclosed to any third party. Furthermore, you maintain full control over the data you choose to share. EU Passport is fully GDPR compliant.
Q1What if I have ancestors from different European countries?
Sometimes people have ancestors from different EU countries, for example a maternal grandmother from Germany and a paternal grandfather from Italy. The plan shows you which route to an EU passport is most feasible.
Q2What is the EU Passport Plan?
We put together a personal Passport Plan for you. The plan includes your eligibility, a discovery section, the necessary forms and the exact steps to follow in order to obtain the passport. The plan is 49 euros and available within five business days. The Passport Plan is made by a human, not by software (AI).
Q3How will this save me money?
The Passport Plan shows you which documents are needed and provides links for direct download. European consulates often ask for more documentation than what is actually needed for the process. The Passport plan saves you both time and money!
Q4Do I have to complete all fields in the form?
There is no requirement to complete all fields, but we recommend filling out as many as possible. Names of parents and grandparents may not be essential, but they can serve as useful references when entering data. However, you must mention the citizenship or birthplace of at least one (grand)parent.
Q5 Is there any chance of losing my current citizenship or passport?
No. Applying for Citizenship by Descent will grant you an additional (dual) citizenship and passport, without affecting your current passport and citizenship. You can only lose a citizenship by explicitly renouncing it, and only if you have another citizenship. Governments are not allowed to render people stateless.
Q6 How is my personal data protected?
We apply strict policies with regards to the protection of your personal data. Our practices fully comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European framework for personal data protection.
Q7 How common is a 'second' passport or dual citizenship?
More common than you might think. It is increasingly popular among public figures as well. It greatly expands their options, both privately and commercially. For example: Robert de Niro has US and Italian citizenship; Elon Musk Canadian, US and South African and Kevin O'Leary has Canadian and Irish citizenship.