Citizenship in the Mini-Government

The mini-government (migov) has the sole right to decide whether to accept an individual as either a citizen, permanent resident or visitor. A background check of the person is necessary. As sensitive data may be involved, the applicants will not receive any feedback except the success or failure of their applications.

The Political Party In Power (PPIP) has the right to veto the migov in granting entry to any individual. They also have the right to expel individuals and strip them of their entry status. However, they do not have the right to accept or invite individuals into the country except with permission by the migov.

If there are no objections by both the migov or PPIP, any intelligent being capable of self-consciousness and free will will qualify to enter the country if they sign a contract agreeing to abide by the laws of the country, and to accept any penalty imposed by the legal system. If they are minor, then their legal guardian will have to accept legal responsibility and liability on their behalf.


Visitors: Visitors are granted a visa to visit the country for tourism, social visits, business or employment. They have basic legal rights. They will also be issued with an account without charge so that they can enter into transactions. Visitors may be granted a short or long stay, depending on their purpose.

Permanent Resident: A Permanent Resident has most legal rights but no voting or Daily Redistribution Income Topup (DRIT) entitlement. A visitor automatically becomes a permanent resident upon leasing land for personal accommodation for an extended period of time. There is no need to obtain a visa for entry.

Citizen: A citizen has full legal rights including entitlement to the Daily Redistribution Income Topup (DRIT). A citizen must not only qualify for the Permanent Resident, but his or her immediate family must be living in the country and citizens too.

Minor citizens are considered half-citizens devoid of most of legal rights. Once they declare adulthood (at any age they desire), they will have to sign on a new contract. Upon this process, full citizenship and rights will be provided to them.

Immigration & Crime

All people under the jurisdiction of the country will have to face legal repercussions. People can choose to evade punishment by going into exile. However:

  1. All their assets held by themselves. their families or organizations in the country will be seized and redistributed among the victims
  2. They will be permanently blacklisted by immigration
  3. Their identity and details of their wrongdoing will be broadcasted to all other governments willing to listen

It is also highly unlikely that migov will approve immigration applicants by someone who has evaded another government’s justice system.

In addition, the migov does not provide diplomatic services or run overseas missions. It is the Political Party In Power (PPIP) who will do so, under the name of the country. Citizens in need of help will have to approach the PPIP representatives.