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EU PassportCitizenship by Descent

Many people living in countries like the United States or Canada have European roots. Their ancestors migrated from Europe in the past to become citizens of their new chosen countries.

If you are a descendant of European migrants, you may be eligible for an EU passport, which is widely available to anyone with European roots. For instance, having an Italian grandmother could make you eligible for Italian citizenship and an Italian passport. An Italian passport is an EU passport and holds the same EU citizenship rights as a German, Polish, or any other EU member country's passport.

Dutch family after just arriving in the United States

Plan B

Having a plan B is always a good idea, even if you're not immediately thinking of moving to Europe. It provides a sense of security and confidence, knowing that there is an alternative solution available in case of unforeseen circumstances.

EU Passport through Citizenship by Descent key criteria:

  • 1 Currently you're not a citizen of an European Union member state
  • 2 Ancestor from a European Union member state or (former) EU territory
  • 3 No criminal record

Dual Citizenship

Acquiring another citizenship through Citizenship by Descent makes you a dual citizen. This doesn't affect your current citizenship; it remains fully intact. For instance, if you were born in the United States and later acquire Italian citizenship and an Italian (EU) passport, you'll have full rights in both countries. Even voting rights.
Take the essential first step and get your personal Passport Plan today.