099: How To Buy A European Passport – Laszlo Kiss
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Laszlo Kiss. Founder, owner and managing director of Discus Holdings Ltd., a group of companies that provides investment migration, corporate, financial and tax planning services. Discus, based in Malta and founded in 2013, has won concessions in recent years, including ones for the Hungarian residency bond program, one for the Malta Residence and Visa Program and last year in Montenegro. Living in Hungary, he has more than 28 years of experience in international immigration, businesses and tax structuring.
Discus provides help with applications for residency permits in the United Kingdom, Malta, Cyprus, Greece, the UAE and other countries. They also help with citizenship applications to Vanuatu, Malta and several Caribbean nations. Discus has 12 offices worldwide.
TOPICS DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:
- Citizenship Solutions
- Why people WANT and NEED a 2nd passport
- Renouncing your US Citizenship
- Best programs to obtain citizenship
- and the worst countries for a 2nd passport
- Comoros Islands
- Libertarian view on Citizenship by Investment
- Advantages & disadvantages of CBI
- and so much more!
HOW TO REACH LASZLO KISS
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Laszlo and I have had several private discussions about 2nd passports, the best countries for CBI and why those that can, do get a CBI. I’m always impressed with the knowledge Laszlo has on this fascinating topic. If you’re thinking about leaving your home country and need a new passport, or realize how important having a 2nd passport is, you’ll love this episode.
Hi. Will there be something virtual or something online about how to get a second passport? Thanks, Shelley
Hi Shelley, the entire episode is about getting a second passport…
What if I consider myself a sovereign person, e.g., not subject to any nation, not needing any bureaucrat’s permission to travel? I am barred from all nations. I am a “person without a country”.
Not recognizing any authority over myself, I deny all attempts to restrict my travel, to force me to present identification. This is how it was up until the early 1900s. Did this present a problem? No. It is only in the last century that tyranny has spread all over the world.
No cooperation with tyranny is wise. It is necessary for self-respect to resist control in every way possible, even if this means breaking oppressive laws, becoming a criminal. I have been a proud criminal for over 70 years. I don’t comply. Resistance is mandatory for good mental health.