Andorra only offers residency programs at the moment. Citizenship cannot be bought; you would need to complete 20 years of residency or you can fast-track your citizenship application and reduce this time to 10 years of residency if you complete mandatory education within Andorra.
You also have the option to be an active resident of Andorra, in which case you must:
The requirements and qualifications required to obtain Andorra residency or citizenship is listed above in the “About Andorra Citizenship and Residency” section.
The total timeline takes between 2-4 months, depending on due diligence checks, accuracy of paperwork and potential slowdowns in governments due to COVID.
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No. Upon obtaining your citizenship in Andorra, you will have to surrender your current passport.
A minimum of 90 days of stay per month is required for passive residency and 183 days minimum for active residency.
Yes, you must make an appearance in person to enroll.
No, Andorra does not require one for residency.
Currently, every citizen of the world is eligible to apply.
In some cases, you don’t need to go through an interview.
It takes approximately 20 years to obtain citizenship through residency or it can be reduced to 10 years if you complete mandatory education requirements in Andorra.
If you spend more than 183 days a year in Andorra, then you are responsible to pay personal income tax on your global income.
If you spend less than 183 days a year in Andorra, then you are only liable for income that derives from Andorra.
No, Andorra does not have any net worth or wealth taxes.
No, Andorra does not have any inheritance taxes.