Five passports for you

When you’re traveling, if you like what you see and want to remain abroad for a little longer than a couple of weeks, you typically only have a few months.

Failure to leave when you’re supposed to could result in deportation or an indefinite ban from the country.

However, there are a few ways around the limit — you could navigate the complex process of obtaining a long-term residency or work visa, or you could earn a passport by descent and become a full-fledged citizen of that country.

When it comes to Europe and the Schengen zone, the latter option means you’ll also have access to free travel and residence throughout the entire continent.

While this might sound like the most difficult route, obtaining citizenship by descent is actually easier than you might think, especially for a select few countries.

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