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Some time ago, we coined the term “paper citizenship” to refer to a second passport that you can get relatively easily without having to spend much (if any) time actually living in the country where you’re trying to obtain citizenship. The process of using a paper residency to get citizenship is fairly straightforward. Generally, you must first get a temporary or permanent residence permit in the country. Then, you take that piece of paper, put it in your pocket, and leave the country. Depending on where you get the second residence, you might have to come back for a day every six months. Maybe you only need to pop in once a year.
In this video, Andrew shares how paper residence works.