If anything goes wrong in your home country, you could lose your assets and maybe even your freedom..But by building your personal, Plan B, you can make sure you're in a position of strength no matter what happens.
Editor's Note: Doug Casey lives in Uruguay… but have you ever wondered why?
There's a vast world outside of the U.S. waiting for you to discover it. You know that but aren't sure about leaving what's familiar to you.
A Libertarian Theory of Free Immigration, by Jesús Huerta de Soto …libertarian doctrine traditionally declared itself, with no qualifications or reservations, in favor of the principle of complete freedom of emigration and immigration.
This should be an amazing round table discussion about where to expat to and the plus and minuses of leaving your country. I have some real heavy hitters coming, don't miss this show. Guests include George Donnelly, Barry Cooper, Ernest Hancock and C
What do Kugelmugel, Sealand and Zaqistan have in common? Micronations are a bizarre lot: tiny self-proclaimed principalities and republics, often with their own passports and currencies - but no official recognition.
Measuring global performance on a variety of metrics
As emotions intensify over Trump's recent immigration ban, the State Department and IRS have quietly used it as a smokescreen to roll out a new policy that targets U.S. citizens for unpaid taxes.
On the day that California officials implemented a controversial law that allows undocumented residents to obtain driver's licenses, DMV offices throughout the state were packed with immigrants looking to take advantage of the opportunity.
Steven Seagal, the American actor whose career peaked in the 1990s with movies like "Under Siege" and whose specialty was portraying action figures who spoke softly but blew up buildings and assassinated bad guys, has taken on a new role off scre
Used to dramatic theatrics even if many of them sounded dead serious, dozens of celebs vowed over the last few months to depart the US if Donald Trump won the White House, saying they'd buy a one way ticket to everywhere from Canada to Jupiter.
James joins the Newsbud roundtable to discuss what is being called the 'worst humanitarian crisis' of our time. We take a peek behind the curtain to find the root causes for why and how millions of people are migrating from war torn countries, and wh
Since the United States was founded, citizenship has represented a safe haven from oppressive regimes around the world
I'm in New York City this week meeting with the Prime Minister of a Caribbean nation about his country's citizenship-by-investment program.
Who's the best source, if we want to investigate this concern, this report, that Muslims who want to subvert The West are using "immigration" and the excuse of "wartime refugees" to move into Europe and now into America hundreds of thousand
With the USA losing more freedom and liberty every day, some people have had enough and are looking to move.
With the U.S.A getting less and less free each year, many people have hit their breaking point and are looking at other countries to expatriate to.
Another 508 people renounced their US citizenship last quarter according to documents published this morning by the Internal Revenue Service.
John Kerry is a traitor to the U.S. Constitution that specifies secure borders that would be protected and regulated by the Federal government.
It seems crazy to call it the 'New Normal', but once again, record numbers of Americans are renouncing citizenship.
Depending on where you live and how sensitive you are to the global mass-immigration crisis, your reaction to it will be somewhere between head-scratching and shell-shocked incredulity.
Rising tensions in France, especially in Paris following a series of Islamist terrorist attacks in 2015, have spurred an exodus of its super-wealthy citizens, a new report on migration trends of millionaires and high-net worth individuals across the