Cuba and Dual Citizenship
Inherit.Estate is the first network of professionals and experts that assists clients from all over the world in retrieving all the required documentation from Cuba in order to obtain their dual citizenship.
Cuba’s history is closely linked to European immigration, which dates back to the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492. The Spanish colonized the island in the early 16th century and brought with them African slaves to work on the plantations.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Cuba saw a boom in immigration from Europe, particularly from Spain, Italy, and France. These immigrants brought with them their own culture and traditions, influencing Cuban society in many ways.
Many Europeans came to Cuba seeking economic opportunities, such as jobs in agriculture or industry. They also played an important role in building up the infrastructure of the country, including roadways, bridges, and buildings.
However, this immigration also led to tension between the different groups living on the island. Afro-Cubans and other non-European minorities were marginalized, leading to social and political upheavals.
Cuba and Dual Citizenship
Today, Cuba’s population continues to be diverse, with people of European, African, and indigenous descent living side-by-side. The legacy of European immigration can still be seen in the country’s architecture, cuisine, and other cultural traditions.
Cuba’s economic situation has been challenging for decades. In part, it is due to the U.S. trade embargo which has limited foreign investment and trade opportunities. The Cuban government has implemented various measures to try to improve the economy, including opening up tourism and allowing for more private enterprise. However, the country still faces high levels of poverty and a shortage of basic goods such as food and medicine. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated economic challenges in Cuba. In fact, there was a decrease in tourism and disruptions to global supply chains.
As a consequence, many Cuban citizens eventually migrated to other parts of the world. Since many of them are descendants of European immigrants, now they are entitled to claim dual citizenship. For that process, they need to collect all their personal records from Cuba. For example, birth, marriage, and divorce certificates from themselves, as well as their parents, and even their grandparents.
With the largest network of agents throughout Cuba, Inherit.Estate is capable of retrieving all the necessary records, certificates, etc. to apply for dual citizenship.
These are the main cities where Inherit.Estate operates in Cuba: Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Camaguey, Holguin, Guantanamo, Santa Clara, Diez de Octubre, Arroyo Naranjo, Las Tunas, Bayamo, Boyeros, and Pinar del Rio, among others.