Health-Passports Part 2: CBI in a World Where Nationality Alone Doesn’t Determine Mobility

Michael B. Krakat

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Abstract

This article is a follow-up to Health Passports Are Coming – What Does That Mean for Investment Migration?

This time, we are embarking on a discussion of the relationship between conventional passports and a new form of standardised health passports, with exceptional change and a new ordering on the horizon, depicted in the Nataraja, Lord of the Dance as an aspect of the Hindu God Shiva.

We need to ask whether these two concepts, conventional- and health-passports, are at all reconcilable.

On the one hand, there is randomly assigned (pandemic driven) global-individual health status. This status may result in a full or partial override of the quality and value of passports. After all, what is a passport worth if one cannot travel with it due to being barred for health-related risk assessments?

These new differences between passport holders add to the complexity of what was already a difficult assessment, evidenced in different types of rankings and methodologies involved.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInvestment Migration Insider
Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2021

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