Get your Slovak Citizenship by Ancestry
And yes, this new law also has an amendment that allows dual citizenship!
Do you want to reconnect with your Slovak roots?
The Slovak Government has been implementing a new immigration program that aims at restoring citizenship to descendants of people who was forced to escape all the conflict during the Czechoslovak era. If you want to get a second citizenship, this is one of the countries where it is incredibly easy to get it and a lot cheaper than a EU citizenship by investment.
Keep reading to learn how EuroPassport can help you gain your Slovak Citizenship.
Who is Eligible for Slovak Citizenship?
If you can gather enough proof that your parents, grandparents or even great-grandparents lived in former Czechoslovakia or Slovakia, then you are eligible to apply for Slovak citizenship.
Another key aspect of this new law is to reinstate the Slovak Citizenship of those people who lost their Slovak Citizenship between July 17, 2010 and the present due to the 2010 State Citizenship Act that prohibited dual citizenship.
EuroPassport has an extensive network of lawyers and genealogists across Europe to ensure your highest chance of success.
Why Get Slovak Citizenship?
Slovakia is a landlocked country, located in the heart of Europe, it is one of the 27 nations that make up the European Union. Founded in 1992, it has a thriving economy that is constantly growing, it may be a young country, but it has a very long history, which has made it a fascinating place, with hundreds of beautiful castles, mansions, and ruins, and exquisite architecture full of baroque touches, with many traditions and magnificent gastronomy.
With a geography of hills and mountains, it offers diverse and impressive landscapes for the most demanding tastes. The weather is very good, making this a paradise for those looking for a quiet and peaceful life.
Slovakia is also a country with many opportunities to invest, with a good quality of life and a good health system like the other EU countries. With the Slovak passport you can visit more than 145 countries around the world without a visa.
What Other Benefits Come With Slovak Citizenship?
Once you get your Slovak Citizenship, you can apply for a passport. The Slovak passport is a Tier-A passport with visa-free access to 181 countries.
With Slovakia being an EU Member State, having citizenship grants you the advantage of the freedoms guaranteed in all EU countries, especially:
- Freedom to work and engage in economic activities in all EU Member States.
- Possibility to invest in & acquire real estate in EU.
- Medical care in all EU countries.
- Freedom to reside and settle in other EU Member States.
- Access to education throughout the EU, free studies at prestigious universities.
- Possibility of travelling without a visa to more than 160 countries.
EuroPassport is the first Canadian company to offer people an easy and affordable way to obtain legal European citizenship. Based in Toronto, Canada, we are a team of trusted immigration lawyers, genealogists and documentation specialists who have pioneered an efficient process for our clients to obtain the Slovak Citizenship they seek. Our experts take care of all the paperwork, in optimal deadlines.
- We take away the paperwork hassle, bureaucracy, legal complexity – and work on your behalf, using the most efficient route to obtain the citizenship you seek.
- Our streamlined process cuts out lengthy waits and confusing roadblocks to citizenship. Look to us to expedite your Slovak citizenship and deliver in optimal timelines.
- Skip the exorbitantly high legal fees. Our migration experts and a team of Canadian and European legal advisors have refined a process that is considerably more cost-efficient, especially for those with family roots in Europe.
- We are a respected Canadian company based in Toronto – so you won’t have to deal with distant overseas law firms. Our track record is remarkable, as the first and only fully registered European Immigration services business in Canada.
Frequently Asked Questions
The waiting time will depend on each case; however, the average time is 12-18 months.
When you apply for citizenship, any previous denial may hamper your chances on subsequent applications. An example of this would be declaring a date that is incorrect according to laws and legislations.
Immigration laws are constantly changing, and we are keeping up with every change, which may affect the required documents.
We also have a network of lawyers and genealogists in Europe who will prepare and supervise your application. We have the potential to prepare the most formidable citizenship application you can have.
Don’t risk submitting an unsuccessful application. EuroPassport does everything for you!
You are eligible to apply for Slovak citizenship if you have at least one parent, grandparent or even great-grandparent who was born in Slovakia. As a Slovak citizen, you are automatically considered a European citizen with access to the many benefits/freedoms guaranteed in all EU countries.
Learn more about the benefits of holding citizenship with an EU Member State here.
This will depend on the complexity of your specific case and how many documents you require to prove your Slovak ancestry. Our pricing starts from $6,000 for the first adult applicant, approximately $5,200 for subsequent adults of the same family, and approximately $4,800 for minors under 18 years old.
We do offer a 4-payment schedule for individuals and 6-payment schedule for families, and a discount of 5% for families of 2-4 people and 10% for families of 5 or more people.
Contact us to learn more about the pricing structure and payment options.
Yes, Slovakia allows dual citizenship as of the new law changes!
You do not need to speak the language to reclaim citizenship.
Yes, we also conduct genealogy research in Slovakia. If you are interested in finding out more about your Slovak ancestors, contact us for details.
You will only need to pay taxes in Slovakia if you move to Slovakia and live there at least 6 months of the year. If you move to another EU member country, you may not have to pay taxes in Slovakia, but you may still have to pay taxes in the European country in which you decide to live, so you would need to consult with the local tax authorities in that country.
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