- Known globally for its touristic appeal and its banking and tax shelters, Guatemala has also become a second citizenship powerhouse.
- Guatemala is the largest economy in Central America, with a GDP (PPP) per capita of US$5,200. Guatemala faces many social problems and is one of the poorest countries in Latin America. The distribution of income is highly unequal with more than half of the population below the national poverty line and just over 400,000 (3.2%) unemployed.
- Known globally for its touristic appeal (think rain forests, deep see diving and Mayan ruins) and its banking and tax shelters, Guatemala has also become a second citizenship powerhouse, with arguably the best value CBI program on the market today. Passport Reviewer takes a look.
- Guatemala passport holders can access 116 countries visa-free
- As a Guatemalan citizen, applicants are privy to discreet banking and low taxation on income and investments
How to Be Considered:
- Main applicant should be at least 18 years old.
- An applicant must provide a high-resolution copy of their Passport and Birth Certificate.
- An applicant can physically reside in Guatemala for a minimum of 21 days during their Citizenship Process or visit a local Guatemala Embassy to receive both their passport and National ID Card. There will be a minimum of 3 visits.
Investment in State bonds
Applicants need to invest at least 50,000 USD to the State bonds for the minimum period of 5 years.
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