Citizenship through ancestry
Their are lots of ways to get residency and, then, citizenship in Nicaragua but I had never thought of this one. I have heard of this being used to get citizenship in Ireland, Italy and other countries but never Nicaragua. I don't know the particulars but, if you have any Nicaraguan ancestors, you may want to check it out.
Here is what I know from an email from SovereignMan. It is not on their web site yet but it should appear soon:
[A] member of my team here from Ukraine has just received today a second passport from Nicaragua.
Her home country is in tatters at the moment, ripped apart by civil war and revolution.
She already has residency here in Chile. But with this new passport, all sorts of new possibilities open up.
She can now travel with ease across the region, and even get visa-free access into Europe (which she cannot do with her Ukrainian passport).
She received this second nationality simply because she has ancestors from Nicaragua... and she went to the trouble of finding the appropriate records and applying.