Outside of Spain and France, Andorra isn’t very well known so expats who move here tend to be global-minded and like to travel; a strong passport is a definite plus for those who commit to the challenge.
- Be a resident for 20 years (or 10 if you’ve studied in Andorra).
- Have a spotless criminal record.
- Renounce your existing citizenship.
- Pass the written and oral tests about Andorra, both of which are conducted in Catalan.
Carrying a second passport, in addition to one from Andorra, is somewhere between very difficult and impossible. One of the requirements to gain Andorran citizenship (and therefore a passport) is that all applicants must renounce their existing citizenship.
Andorra has one of the best-respected passports in the world. Having one is certainly one of the benefits to consider when thinking about moving to Andorra and eventually applying for citizenship.