Passport and Citizenship in Nicaragua

Citizenship by Investment | Obtain a Second Passport in Nicaragua

About Nicaragua:

  • The Republic of Nicaragua is limited to the north by Honduras, to the south by Costa Rica, to the east by the Caribbean Sea and to the west by the Pacific Ocean.
  • Nicaragua is a tropical country located between 11 and 17 north latitude.
  • The official language is Spanish, which is spoken by almost 96% of the population, while English is spoken by creoles and black Africans along the Atlantic coast. American languages ​​are also spoken by a minority.
  • Its economy is based mainly on agriculture and industry, and its main industrial products are food processing, chemicals, machinery and metal products, textiles, clothing, refining and distribution of oil, beverages, footwear and wood. Nicaragua’s main crops are coffee, bananas, sugar cane, cotton, rice, corn, tobacco, sesame, soybeans and beans.


  • The Nicaraguan passport is ranked among the 50 best passports in the world (currently number 46)
  • Live, work and study in the country of citizenship
  • The Nicaraguan passport is valid for 5 years and is renewable for life
  • Commercial and investment opportunities
  • Social benefits such as education, medical, disability and retirement
  • No minimum residence is required from the investor

How to be Considered:

  • The main applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
  • The applicant must have a high net worth.
  • Applicants must have no prior criminal record and must be of good character.
  • Applicants must be in good health.

Investment Categories:

  1. Business investment through “Sociedad Anónima”

An applicant can make a reimbursable investment of US $ 100,000 in the country through a Nicaraguan “Sociedad Anónima” corporation.

  1. Investment in Real Estate

Applicants can buy real estate in Nicaragua for a minimum value of US $ 100,000

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