A European passport is the new American luxury
We’ve always heard the United States of America being referred to as the land of the free, but curiously, Americans are now taking that freedom to a whole new level. Between social uprising, compromised healthcare, the unprecedented 2020 elections and the slew of issues associated with the coronavirus pandemic, Americans are looking for a solution that allows them more freedom to travel, other career opportunities, a plan B, reconnecting with their origins or a beautiful country to enjoy their retirement. Americans are looking for a European passport and all the benefits it entails.
Freedom of movement
Travel is one of the greatest luxuries of the 21st century and a top of mind trend – we’re always planning or dreaming up our next getaway and the European lifestyle is at the top of many travelers’ lists. With the very tough restrictions triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans are seeking a second passport because they are seeking freedom of movement – now more than ever. With a European passport, Americans will not only see their options regarding travel destinations multiply, but will also have the freedom to visit, study, work, invest, retire or live in a large number of countries across Europe. Goodbye long customs lines, hello quality of life!
Plan B: a second passport
With so many uncertainties in the world and so many benefits and advantages when it comes to living in Europe, especially when compared to the USA, for some Americans having a second passport is simply the perfect plan B. It’s a plan filled with a very coveted lifestyle, a low and attractive cost of living, exciting new work, education or investment opportunities, should the need or desire arise. For example, moving to Portugal from the USA is a dream and a goal for many American citizens. Among the many attractive Portuguese hotspots is the beautiful coastal city of Cascais, which is considered Europe’s very own California. In addition, Portugal boasts a superb line-up of international schools: the Carlucci American International School of Lisbon, the International Christian School of Cascais, Oeiras International School, St. Dominic’s International School, Prime School Lisbon, Prime School Estoril, Prime School Sintra, United Lisbon International School, Sintra International Christian Academy, Prime School O Século, Vale Verde International School, TASIS Portugal and the International School of Madeira, among others.