Introducing Antigua and Barbuda
Lying in the Eastern Caribbean's Leeward Islands, the English speaking two-island state of Antigua and Barbuda is a favoured tourist destination dubbed the 'Land of 365 Beaches'.
An attractive climate for people and tax
Antigua and Barbuda enjoy a pleasant year-round climate, with average air temperatures ranging between 25 and 28 celsius and sea temperatures reaching 29 celsius. These lush tropical islands are considered among the most beautiful places in the world, and tourism is the dominant source of income, generating about 60% of the islands' GDP.
Having gained independence from Britain in 1981, Antigua and Barbuda has developed a reputation for judicial and governmental stability. Today, passport holders enjoy visa-free travel to approximately 135 countries, including the countries of the European Schengen Area, the UK, South Africa, Hong Kong and Singapore, as well as enjoying the privileges associated with citizenship of a Caricom country.
Antigua operates an attractive personal tax regime with no capital gains or inheritance taxes, and no tax on foreign-sourced income, relying instead on corporation and sales tax.
Applicants must fulfil ONE of the following three options:
Donate at least US$100,000 to the National Development Fund or an approved charity.
Invest at least US$400,000 into an approved real estate project, held for a minimum of 5 years.
Under the limited time offer, make a joint investment with a related party, each for US$200,000 to qualify, before the end of October 2018.
Invest US$1.5 million or more into an eligible business.
- Be of outstanding character.
- Hold no criminal record.
- Have excellent health.
Successful applicants must be present in Antigua & Barbuda for at least five days within the first five years of obtaining citizenship.
To view the official government website for this programme, please click here.
Initial due diligence.
Sign client agreement, complete government forms and provide supporting documentation.
If purchasing real estate, sign an agreement with the developer.
Application documents reviewed and amended.
Government process application and complete due diligence.
On approval, government fees are paid and necessary contributions made.
Passports are issued.
To find out more about Antigua and Barbuda's Citizenship-by-Investment Programme, please contact Christopher Willis and his team at firstname.lastname@example.org or using the form below and they will get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Christopher has been helping people immigrate and settle all over the world since 1995. He specialises in the Americas and Caribbean region.
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