If you could change your nationality as of the moment, what would you choose?

@JannaLee (660)
September 3, 2008 9:57am CST
I would choose a nationality that would allow me to travel to most countries without a visa. I love traveling, unfortunately visas and other papers are important before I could proceed with my journey...and I guess I'm just too lazy to file for the visa and paper thing..^^ How about you, what nationality are you going to choose and why?
4 responses
@iyah10 (4116)
• Kuwait
3 Sep 08
I think I have the best Nationality as what I know being a Kuwaiti citizenship would allow me to travel in any of the Arab Countries without any visa transaction at all and if I will go to the another Country but not Arab Country then they would never ask of that we would do in there especially we will go on Visit Visa and you could check unto it but this is through my own experience and I guess that only Kuwait Government share to a National to have their own share from the nation......
• Philippines
3 Sep 08
I wanted to be a Filipino citizen.. why? These are the reasons: 1. Filipinos are cheerfull.. full of humor 2. He can easily mingled with different kind of culture 3. Love's democracy and education 4. Naturally born singers 5. Can face different hardships in life 6. Friendly 7. creative 8. Beautifull! 9. Loyal 10. Godly people... I am a filipino and I wanted to be a filipino again even if i will be given a 100 chance to change it... Happy mylotting!
@waldy11 (18)
3 Sep 08
This sounds little impractical but my friend if you love going to beautiful places then nothing should stop but for your question i would explore my own country because then i won't be needing visa but if the question is lover for different culture and people then this little trouble for visa one shouldn't mind.
@maximax8 (28490)
• United Kingdom
3 Sep 08
I would choose to become an Australian because I would love to be able to live in Australia legally and be able to work there. I would be able to live in a coastal locality and be able to go to the beach every day. I would go to Sydney every year to enjoy the fireworks on New Year's Eve. My second choice would be to have a New Zealand passport and live in Australia. I would be happy to have a Canadian passport but the weather would be too cold for me. In reality I have a British passport and not many countries require me to have a visa. I had to get a visa for Finland because I was working there, a visa for Hungary before the need to get one was lifted, a visa for Jordan and I got a visa wavier every time I went to the USA. I got working holiday visas for Australia and New Zealand. I think it is unfair on some nationalities to have to have visas for almost every country. Some Australians have two passports if they have a European parent. My ex-husband has an Irish passport because his mother came from Ireland then she emigrated to Australia.