The quintessential Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda are picture-perfect postcard destinations. Life is taken at an easy pace, and with blue lagoons, coves and stunning white beaches at every turn. Antigua and Barbuda have been at the centre of the Caribbean’s tourism hub since the 1970s, and with the opening of a new airport terminal in 2015 and a recently approved citizenship programme, the area is likely to go from strength-to-strength.
There are plenty of investment opportunities in Antigua and Barbuda, and the citizenship by investment programme is designed to help the islands grow.
Benefits of Antigua and Barbuda citizenship by investment:
- Antigua is the heart of the Caribbean and a central hub for the West Indies, presenting excellent business opportunities in this part of the world
- Daily flights to many parts of Europe and US
- Visa-free travel to more than 140 countries, including Canada – the only Caribbean CIP to offer this opportunity.
Dominica offers a different landscape of the Caribbean, while maintaining the low-paced way of life and stunning coastline. Dramatically shaped by a still-active volcano, Dominica is packed full of nature and dotted with natural hot springs, and is a playground for those who enjoy adventure sports. Investment opportunities are hot too, and so Dominica citizenship by investment is one of the most popular in this part of the world. Dominica citizen by investment is one of the most affordable legal programmes in the world and is welcoming to those who can offer boosts to an economy still mainly reliant on agriculture. Advantages of the Dominica citizenship by investment programme include:
- No residency requirements whatsoever
- There are also no requirements when it comes to income, wealth of inheritance taxes, immediately making it more attractive to many investors
- A Dominica passport allows visa-free travel to more than 135 countries.
- No mandatory interview for Dominican citizenship by investment programme, however you can be called upon to attend an interview at the discretion of the government.
A back-drop of stunning mountains featuring picturesque waterfalls, spilling out in to dreamy lagoons and golden sandy beaches. Add in a dose of tropical rainforest and some of the friendliest people in the world, and you’ll be building a picture up of the stunning island of Grenada.
An authentic and largely unspoilt jewel in the crown of the Caribbean, Grenada is an independent island nation which relaunched their Grenada citizenship by investment programme in 2013. There are plenty of options available if you’re looking to secure dual citizenship in Grenada, and plenty of advantages to using the Grenada citizenship by investment programme, which include:
- A Grenadian passport allows visa-free travel to more than 135 countries around the world, and no income, wealth or inheritance taxes
- No requirement to visit Grenada to qualify for citizenship through investment in real estate.
- Family-friendly programme
- E2 visa opportunity
The islands of St Kitts and Nevis is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas, and perhaps the most under-developed of the Caribbean’s main islands. Like many in this region, St Kitts and Nevis is an English-speaking state and it’s economy is steadily growing as tourism continues to increase year-on-year.
With sweeping island vistas, long beaches and colourful West Indie architecture, St Kitts and Nevis is the ideal Caribbean island for your investment citizenship. The state’s St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment programme is the oldest in the world, first established back in 1984. The advantages of the programme include:
- No residency requirements, nor are there any requirements on income, wealth or inheritance taxes.
- A St Kitts & Nevis passport allows you visa-free travel to more than 150 countries in the world, including the entire European Union and the United Kingdom.
- A St Kitts & Nevis passport also has the potential for long-term travel visas to the United States of America.
- No visitation requirements to qualify for citizenship, although strict background checks are carried out.