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A European Union (EU) passport allows you to work, live, retire and study in any country in the European Union without limitations. The United States expressly permits dual citizens. Your US citizenship is not affected by this in any way.
Other advantages include:
Ability to transfer your citizenship to your children and their children.
Unlimited working and residential rights in any of the 28 EU countries.
Access to subsidized (often free) college education for yourself and your children and/or grandchildren.
Companies that do business in Europe, have European offices or subsidiaries will see your Polish/EU passport as an advantage.
Qualify for jobs that non-EU citizens cannot. In Europe, employers prefer to hire EU citizens.
Easily buy property in all 28 EU member states.
Access to affordable healthcare and medical care in Europe. Some EU countries have free healthcare.
Lower your tax bill by being an EU citizen and domicile in lower tax jurisdictions.
Collect social benefits reserved only for EU citizens (social security, healthcare, unemployment, pension, retirement, housing credits, et al.).
Start businesses with EU perks. Get EU financing and investment incentives in 28 EU countries.
Financial Advantages: Access to banking, personal and business loans, mortgages, investment incentives reserved for EU citizens.
Everyone’s priorities are different and personal, so the most important benefits vary from person to person. What is clear is that obtaining EU citizenship is a gift from you to your family for generations.