27 December 2017
Caribbean CBI programs fall into the group of direct economic citizenship programs which entitle eligible investors and their qualifying spouse and/or dependents to citizenship of the host country upon making a qualifying investment under that particular programs. Depending on the programs, a qualifying investment could be a financial contribution of at least a certain amount to a special fund, the acquisition of real estate of a minimum value or the purchase of government bonds in some cases.
6 November 2017
A large number of applicants for Caribbean Citizenship By Investment Programs (second citizenship) or second residence programs come from the Middle East . The Middle Eas...
18 July 2017
Last week, Taiwan—a territory of the Republic of China (ROC)—announced that passport holders of Saint-Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Dominican Republic, Saint Vincent, the Grenadines, Guatemala, and Belize will now have visa-free access for a period of 30 days. In addition, citizens of El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua can now enter Taiwan visa-free for up to 90 days. The official announcement was posted on the Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) website on July 12, 2017, with
21 February 2017
Caribbean vacations are a great way to spend time with family or friends, and many leave wishing they could turn the islands into a permanent home of paradise. Now more than ever, that is exactly what wealthy investors are doing. Second homes and resorts are being bought in high-end Caribbean communities, and for a good reason.
31 January 2017
Citizenship by Investment was actually founded in the Caribbean, with St. Kitts and Nevis launching the first program in 1984. Over the past 32 years, the small Caribbean nation brought many benefits to its people and economy through its Citizenship by Investment Program.
21 December 2016
There are currently five Eastern Caribbean countries that currently offer CIPs, namely St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, St. Lucia, and Dominica. Citizenship by Investment Unit representatives and agents from each of the five countries gathered to discuss forming a strong and common regulatory framework to enable them to effectively compete globally.
7 December 2016
There are many practical reasons people choose the Caribbean as a home away from home. Many Caribbean CIPs are financially affordable and provide both a safe and friendly living environment for applicants and their families.
6 December 2016
The Caribbean is an ideal location for those wanting a new life abroad. Even for individuals simply wanting a change of scenery from their native country, the Caribbean offers a multitude of benefits for second citizenship seekers.
22 August 2016
The Caribbean is not just a destination for tourists anymore. Foreign investors from around the world are calling the Caribbean their home, and are welcomed to the islands through Caribbean citizenship allows individuals to become global citizens, and obtaining a second passport to the islands is currently a global trend.
26 June 2016
There are many reasons a foreign national may choose to invest in the Caribbean. Among the top cited motives are the consistently beautiful weather year-round, the lower cost of living, the lower tax rates, and access to affordable and first-rate healthcare.