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Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program : Important Changes

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May 15, 2018

As we posted two weeks ago, the Government approved some important changes to the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP). The Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment program is a tempting opportunity to second citizenship and passport as well as widens visa-free horizons.

The Antigua and Barbuda citizenship by investment program was launched in 2013.
In the first half of 2017, Antigua & Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Program received 27% more applications – 187 compared to 147 – than in the first half of 2016, shows the Citizenship by Investment Unit’s 6-month report, published in January 2018.

Apparently, the expected change in the CIP program would attract more high net worth individuals interested in an Antigua’s passport.
 

The Program's Changes

There are two investment options to choose from: (A) National development fund (NDF) (B) investment in property on the island.
 
The National development fund (NDF) is a special fund established to finance government-sponsored projects. 

1.Real Estate - Minimum Investment Threshold
 
 Effective 1st May, 2018, a Limited Time Offer (LTO) under the Real Estate option. The minimum investment remains at US$400,000. However, until 31st October, 2018, two (2) applications from related parties can make a joint investment, with each applicant investing a minimum of US$200,000 in order to qualify. All processing and due diligence fees remain unchanged.

2.Dependents 
 
To amend the CIP legislation to:  

Five Advantages of Antigua and Barbuda passport

 
There are many reasons why someone may choose to take advantage of Antigua and Barbuda citizenship (passport):

Here is a list of five main pluses of the passport:

 

Is there anything else you should know about Antigua and Barbuda citizenship?

The Antigua and Barbuda citizenship (passport) is issued for a lifetime. It is not only an investment to create your own freedom; it’s an investment to secure the future of your family.

There is no need to take a trip abroad to apply for citizenship.
 

Final Note

 
Antigua & Barbuda may expect an increase in Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) applications in the coming months because of the Changes to CIP, as the market is said to be reacting absolutely to the above changes to the program.
 
The changes to the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program broaden the opportunity of attaining second (passport) citizenship with all its benefits.

For more information on the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP Program), please click here.

For the Citizenship by Investment Programs comparison table, please click here.

To compare St Kitts vs. Antigua vs. Grenada vs. St Lucia vs. Dominica, please click here .

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