Citizenship & Residency

Permanent residency allows individuals to reside in a foreign country without being citizens. They can live, work, study, and access healthcare, but they cannot vote or run for office. Citizenship grants individuals certain rights, such as the right to vote and own property, as well as responsibilities, such as following the laws of the state. While permanent residency offers long-term residency in a foreign country, citizenship provides a sense of belonging and full participation in the political and social life of the country.