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Republic of Guyana


Guyana
An English speaking country inhabited by friendly people, a member of both the British Commonwealth and Caricom (the Caribbean Community), a country whose citizens are well respected and given a friendly reception throughout the world. Being a citizen of Guyana has many advantages.


Visa free
Guyana citizenship provides visa free travel to more than 90 countries, and even to countries where a visa is required, travel with a Guyana Passport is quite easy, as the visas are easily obtainable. Republic of Guyana belongs to British Commonwealth what makes it as easy to travel worldwide as bearing British passport.

 

There are several legal ways for obtaining Guyana citizenship: birth, descent, marriage, naturalization (based upon the Constitution of Guyana, dated 1980). The most common way to obtain a second passport in Guyana is through naturalization program, which leads to instant citizenship and passport. Citizenship is based upon the Constitution of Guyana, dated 1980. Persons who were citizens of Guyana before the date of the Constitution remain citizens of Guyana. Persons who were already spouses of these people are entitled to register as citizens of Guyana. (UKC-Commonwealth Nation).

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Guyana citizenship and passport provides visa free travel to more than 100 countries , and even to countries where a visa is required, travel with a Guyana Passport is quite easy, as the visas are easily obtainable (formality visa). Republic of Guyana belongs to British Commonwealth what makes it as easy to travel worldwide as bearing British passport.

Although Guyana is a South American nation, it has more in common with the smaller islands of the West Indies, with which it shares certain cultural, historical, and economic characteristics. Like most of the smaller islands that dot the eastern Caribbean, Guyana was not settled by the Spanish and Portuguese. Guyana was originally a Dutch colony that came under British control in the early 18th century. Guyana, set in a natural tropical wilderness, is a splendid combination of the Caribbean and South America. more...