In fact, one of the best benefits that a real estate investment can offer in addition to lucrative returns is obtaining residency and citizenship with the investment, as in the case of Turkey. Turkish citizenship allows wealthy individuals to travel visa-free, access first-class healthcare, quality education and business opportunities for them and their families. According to the statement, the Turkish ambassador proposed, on behalf of his government, that the two countries sign an agreement on dual nationality of citizens. Pakistan plans to sign an agreement with Turkey that will make it easy for Pakistanis to acquire Turkish citizenship and vice versa. The deal is a win-win for both countries, especially Pakistan, which is currently surrounded by political instability, economic crises and business that, for various reasons, are facing a slowdown. Turkey and Pakistan are considering a plan to facilitate the granting of dual citizenship to citizens of both countries, which would be a significant improvement in relations. The investment allows you and your family (family under the age of 18) to obtain Turkish citizenship in three to six months, depending on their individual context. As a Turkish citizen, you can access more than 110 countries and territories with visa upon arrival (for example. B Argentina, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Moldova, Montenegro, Qatar, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, Lebanon and more).
“The Turkish ambassador last week asked the interior minister to discuss issues of mutual interest,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Aisha Farooqui told Arab News. “During the interaction, the issue of dual nationality was also discussed.” ISLAMABAD: Pakistan`s Foreign Ministry confirmed on Saturday that the country, in cooperation with Turkey, is preparing a draft agreement to grant dual citizenship to citizens of both countries. If Pakistan and Turkey successfully sign the dual nationality agreement, Pakistani businessmen and real estate investors willing to expand their businesses will benefit from the agreement. This is an injustice and insult to Pakistani nationals who return to Pakistan after obtaining dual citizenship from states allowed to be tried as an enemy agent of a friendly foreign state, while nationals of foreign states are granted equal rights to become representatives! Are Pakistani nationals with dual nationality allowed third-year citizens in their own country? Pakistani nationals lose their political right to become representatives in their own country, but nationals of authorized dual countries, when they obtain Pakistani citizens, obtain political representation rights to become legislators and participate in Pakistani elections on an equal footing and without discrimination. Turkey and Pakistan are mulling an agreement to facilitate dual citizenship for the people of both nations, which could be a remarkable increase in relations. Among the countries with which Pakistan currently has dual citizenship agreements are the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Belgium, France, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Jordan, Egypt, the Netherlands, Syria, Bahrain, Finland and Denmark. . . .