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Antigua and Barbuda is a twin-island country lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Since the island’s independence from the United Kingdom in 1981, it has been one of the commonwealth countries, in which the Head of State is Queen Elizabeth II.
Antigua and Barbuda offers a citizenship programme to applicants from around the world. The programme has several benefits, including:
Inclusion of dependent children under 26 years, and dependent parents or grandparents over 65 years;
Fast processing time – within 3-4 months;
No education or management experience required;
Visa-free travel to more than 100 countries including, but not limited to, the Schengen Zone, Canada, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore;
No tax on worldwide income.
Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship-by-Investment programme was established in 2012. Under this programme applicants need to fulfil one of the investment requirements and reside in the country for a minimum of 35 days within a five-year period.
1- National Development Fund:
The National Development Fund is a non-profit fund that is subject to parliamentary oversight and will also be audited by an internal accounting firm. The purpose of the National Development Fund is to fund government sponsored projects, including public-private partnership and approved charitable investments.
Applicants may choose to make their eligible investment by a monetary contribution, in the amount of US$250,000 per application, to the National Development Fund or an approved charity to acquire the Antigua and Barbuda citizenship. Note that for a limited time offer the Government has reduced this amount to US$200,000 with no processing fees for up to two dependents under 18.
This contribution is non-refundable.
2- Real Estate Investment:
To obtain citizenship by acquiring property in Antigua and Barbuda, the property purchased must equal a minimum of US$400,000 in a pre-approved real estate development, in addition to the applicable fees. This investment must be maintained within the first five years.
The foreign national can sell their property within the first five years if it is replaced by another approved real estate investment for a minimum value of US$400,000. After five years, the Investor can sell his property or continue to use it, lease it, etc.
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