Theree are some key considerations when it comes to choosing the right residency for you and perhaps your family. The first factor to consider is the price, especially since the price increases the more family members you wish to include. The next consideration is whether the program requires physical residence or a personal visit to the country. A country without these requirements could be the easiest choice for you since you do not need to organize any trips.
Consider also the passport validity and how often it would need to be renewed. A 10 year passport would be less time consuming than just a 5 year valid passport when it comes to renewals. Think also about how quickly you can get your passport from the time that you apply until the time that you receive it. The average time in the Caribbean is 3 to 6 months but this depends on each country. Citizenship privacy is another important point; would any of your personal information be reported to another country? Ensure you have researched this before you ultimately decide.
And finally, consider the access that your passport will bring. Whether or not you are a frequent traveler, knowing which countries you can access easily is of high importance. A more powerful passport can get you access into Europe, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia or China to name a few. Consider the trips you wish to make before choosing your second passport program.