Dual citizenship? Why not? Becoming a citizen of another country, when given the chance, is always an advantage since it is a great comfort, plus a benefit having a second country ready to welcome you in every time of need, when you want to change the things a little bit, either out of necessities, emergencies or just for personal gains, such as career goals, setting up a new business or education and future of your children.
And it also feels much safer, doesn’t it? Especially considering how the political climate could sometimes change things so radically and so fast at home in a way we do not want them to change, suddenly the place that used to feel like home may not anymore. So, this is where your second option or your other home steps in. It gives you relief from all the troubles of not your doing, an opportunity to have a break from what is going on, and to settle down and think with peace of mind. Or an option you always have to start over again, a chance for a clean slate, right?