As the United States grapples with unprecedented challenges, does relying solely on the U.S. passport make sense?


Erosion in
civil liberties

Social unrest
continues unabated

Why Now?

43% of Americans Say a Civil War Is At Least Somewhat Likely in Next 10 Years(1)

In the post-pandemic era, Americans are increasingly seeking a new type of insurance: U.S. residency risks

(1) Source: Bloomberg (Aug. 30th, 2022)

50 Million

A record-breaking number of Americans
are eager to relocate abroad

Source: Gallup World poll

Top Global Diasporas

(on a per capita basis)

We rank 151st in global diasporas rankings!

Source:  Statista:  Share of the native-born population living abroad.

Only 1% of U.S. citizens live overseas


Reason #1

The application process is confusing, time-consuming, and expensive.

Reason #2

Web research often feels like 
solving riddles buried inside a mysterious enigma

Reason #3

The dual citizenship industry is dominated by country-specific

Massive information and experience asymmetries place American consumers at a distinct disadvantage

Complete lack of pricing transparency
Aversion to technology-based solutions
Little-to-zero accountability due to lack of U.S. presence
Problem we solve

The global residency and citizenship industry lacks transparency, shuns innovation and
has no incentive to change

Instead, they’re keen to maximize  the built-in information and experiential
advantages they’re enjoyed over their clients for decades.


Lack of pricing transparency

Incentivizes foreign-based service providers to maximize information asymmetries.


Lack of technology adoption

Stubborn unwillingness to modernize the way they work, forces clients to waste time and make
easily avoidable mistakes.


Conflicts of interest
are rampant

Lack of transparency around full range
of residency options.

Consumers have struggled long enough

Why should they still make major decisions while fighting an uphill battle to get the facts?

Our Mission

To catalyze mobility asset ownership in safe, thriving destinations outside the United States

Three difficult barriers are firmly in place preventing Americans from benefiting from mobility asset ownership

Foreign industry establishment

Inexperience with
the asset class

The application process itself

Challenge #1

The industry establishment exerts massive advantages over its North America-based consumers…
and they have zero incentive to give their power away

Foreign service providers rarely provide pricing transparency, shun the use of tech-enablement services and are hesitant to guarantee success.

They often exert the following types of asymmetric advantages:





Challenge #3

The application process itself is confusing, time-consuming and as a result: stressful

The application process is broken

Why should we continue to operate at such a severe disadvantage when making such a consequential decision?

“Why should consumers be forced to make such a significant decision at such a disadvantage any longer?”

Tate Worswick
Co-founder & MD Global RCG