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Antigua & Barbuda Raises Age of Dependent Children to 28 Years

Antigua and Barbuda Program | Middle East Nationals | Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) | Visa-Free Travel | Fast Track Citizenship | Age of Dependents |
November 21, 2017

Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) has confirmed it will raise the maximum age of a dependent child who may be included on an Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by investment application. As of November  20, 2017, principal applicants may include their children aged 28 and under, who are not married , on their Citizenship application.

This means a child of the PA or spouse may be considered a dependent in the application as long as that child is 28 or younger, unmarried, in full-time education at the time of application, with more than six months of education remaining at the time of application, and fully financially supported by the Principal Applicant.

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