Timescale Reduced to 3 Years in Certain Cases

German citizenship has long been one of the more difficult European citizenships to obtain. In the past it had required up to eight years of residency before applying to become a German national.

The German parliament recently approved major changes to the citizenship law, reducing the waiting period to as little as three years in some cases. Dual nationality had also been prohibited in Germany for non-EU citizens. This will also be changed, allowing millions of ethnic Turks who have lived in Germany for decades to obtain German nationality.

German citizenship will also be available to children born in the country if at least one parent has been a legal resident for more than five years.

German Citizenship in 3 Years for Special Accomplishments

Anyone becoming a resident of Germany will now be on a path to citizenship in five years. This aligns with most European countries. In the case of “special integration accomplishments,” citizenship can be granted in just three years. It’s not currently clear what accomplishments will be considered for expedited citizenship.

Opposition parties have strongly criticized the new rules, accusing the government of cheapening German citizenship and of buying future votes.

However, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz welcomed the new legislation, commenting, “With the new citizenship law, we are saying to all those who have often lived and worked in Germany for decades, who abide by our laws, who are at home here: You belong to Germany,”

German Citizenship by Marriage 2 Years After Registering Relationship

Germany also offers fast-track citizenship for those who have been in a relationship with a German citizen for three years. It’s possible to apply for citizenship two years after the relationship has been formally registered. It’s necessary to be able to speak German at level B1 of the European common language framework.

Germany has often been overlooked as a country for second citizenship. This is because of the restriction on dual citizenship. The millions of people around the world with German heritage should now be looking at claiming their German citizenship. German citizenship by descent is possible, provided your ancestors never lost their German nationality.

Germany currently has around 84 million residents. Of those, around 13 million are not citizens. The new law seeks to change this. It’s also welcome news for those seeking residency in Germany, as it will now be much faster to obtain German nationality and one of the world’s best passports.

Second Passport Blueprint

 A Backup Plan to Secure Your Freedom is Essential…

That’s why you must have a backup plan. A plan B that ensures not only the survival of you and your family but ensures that you can prosper. No matter what happens in your home country…

If you have a SECOND PASSPORT you have an escape ticket. Just in case things become unbearable.

All of us have a red line. A point where we won’t go along with the authoritarianism any more.

For some it’s being banned from leaving the country. Even to take care of dying loved ones. This has happened already in Australia and New Zealand.

For others it’s mandated vaccination of children.

Whatever your red line is what are you going to do when it’s crossed?

Protesting is a waste of time. It lends legitimacy to the authoritarian regimes. It’s like slaves demanding concessions from their masters. It achieves nothing.

Voting takes years and achieves little more. It just swaps out one group of parasitical elites for another.

All the while they are gorging on your taxes…

The only solution is to make yourself independent. Make your very own DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.

And the only way to do this is to have options. You must have a backup plan. You must have safe havens where you can go whenever you choose.

You must be able to leave the country when you want. The only way to do this easily is to have a second passport or multiple second passports