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Legally Obtain A Second Passport Or New Country Residency

Legally Obtain A Second Passport or New Country Residency-Diplomats are exempt from the criminal, civil and administrative jurisdiction of the host country. Diplomatic privileges and immunities guarantee that diplomatic agents or members of their immediate family can not bearrested or detained, may not have their residences entered and searched and can not be prosecuted according to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic and Consular Relations. The application for a diplomatic post and the nomination by the involved Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the issuing authorities is an extensive official act. The involved ministry will check the candidate's application, first of all, because it is important to evaluate the vacancies and to make sure that there is a need to appoint a diplomatic representative in the country and/or region where the applicant lives. Additionally, the host country will be informed about the application and the nomination. The establishment of diplomatic missions and the appointment of diplomatic representatives takes place by mutual consent of the sending and the receiving country. The Minister of Foreign Affairs or the Head of State has to permit nomination. After this, the involved authority can issue the Diplomatic Passport. The duration of issuance is subject to the sending country, but usually a period of 2-6 months is required for passport-issue. We think that a quicker handling speaks for itself and can not be considered as honest nomination supported by a reliable source. Diplomatic immunity is a principle of international law by which certain foreign government officials are not subject to the jurisdiction of local courts and other authorities for both their official and, to a large extent, their personal activities. The principle of diplomatic immunity is one of the oldest elements of foreign relations. The special privileges and immunities accorded foreign diplomatic and consular representatives assigned to other countries reflect r

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