Global citizenship: Myths and facts
Myth 1. You must live in a country for a long time to get a second citizenship
Fact 1. There are many countries, which do not have this requirement
This myth is based on a little of the truth. Obtaining Swiss citizenship may take at least twelve years of on-the-ground residence. The same goes for some other countries, including the USA. However, there are numerous states where there is no need to wait to get a world passport.
Naturalization is only one of the ways to obtain your desired global citizenship. However, it is worth remembering about citizenship by birth, citizenship through derivation, citizenship through acquisition, and, most importantly, the Citizenship-by-Investment option. The last choice offers you the opportunity to legally acquire global citizenship as quickly as possible, reaching, as an example, the countries of the Caribbean with a relatively short stay or even without it.
Myth 2. A passport obtained by investment differs from an ordinary passport
Fact 2. This passport is no different from others, but may sometimes have some restrictions attached (voting rights, etc.)
Each country sets its own requirements for investors. In most cases, an investor can run a business, live, work, open accounts in European banks, access the healthcare system, and freely move across the Schengen area, etc. It is important that an investor receives a legal passport, not a travel document. World citizenship has many benefits, and your world passport would be granted the same.