Christopher Willis is not only our Managing Director in the Americas and Caribbean. He’s also the Investment Migration Council’s representative in the region. Earlier this month, Christopher wrote a feature in Antigua and Barbuda’s The Citizen magazine. The article discusses the stringent code-of-conduct all members of the IMC are expected to uphold.
Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Unit were the first government body to adopt the IMC’s code of ethics. This established it as one of the most diligent Citizenship-by-Investment programmes in the region. The other Caribbean programmes quickly followed suit. Today the IMC, with experienced representatives like Christopher steering the ship, continue to elevate the migration industry’s public reputation and safeguard its future.
Since joining the IMC, Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship-by-Investment Programme has gone from strength to strength. It offers visa-free travel to 149 countries including the UK and Singapore. The programme is popular with travelling investors as well as families looking for a safe alternative. Antigua and Barbuda’s association with the IMC ensures the country’s passport holders garner respect around the globe. Obtain a passport by passing Antigua and Barbuda’s due diligence process. You must also be prepared to invest a minimum of US$100,000 in the island nation.
To discuss your own eligibility for Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship-by-Investment Programme, don’t delay and contact us today.
You can find Christopher Willis’ full article in October 2018’s digital edition.