Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda are the recent tourist attraction around the globe. It is an independent commonwealth state in the eastern Caribbean with almost 365 beaches of clean turquoise water. People say you can visit a new beach every day. Many celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Richard Branson, and Giorgio Armani have purchased holiday resorts on these islands.

The capital city is St. John’sand the total area of the islands are 440 square kilometers. The population of 80,000 people makes Antigua and Barbuda the ninth largest country in the Caribbean.

The lush tropical islands make these islands heaven for investors. Tourism is the key economic contributor and 60% of the total income of Antigua and Barbuda is generated by tourism. The main target markets are the US, Europe, and Canada.

After the British left the islands in 1981, the country became a sovereign nation. Antigua and Barbuda is a member of the United Nations and British Commonwealth. The national language is English and the East Caribbean dollar is the currency. Antigua and Barbuda passport holders can enjoy

Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda are not liable to pay state taxes and capital gains tax. You do not have to travel to the islands to acquire its citizenship.It is a completely safe and secure country with international standards education opportunities for you and your family. Antigua and Barbuda government allow dual nationalities and acquisition of second or dualcitizenship is not disclosed to any other country in the world.

  • Fast processing of the application (within 3 months)
  • Inclusion of children under the age of 28
  • Inclusion of parents under the age of 58
  • No need to travel and stay in Antigua and Barbuda during the application process
  • No education or employments experience required
  • No tax on worldwide income
  • Visa-free travel freedomto up to 149 counties including U.K, Singapore, UAE, and Schengen countries (comprising 26 countries that have officially allowed traveling without border controls).

There are few requirements to acquire Antigua and Barbuda visa such as:

  • No criminal record
  • Excellent health conditions
  • Purchase a property in the country or invest in a local business
  • Stay at least 5 days in the country within 5 years of time frame
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There are two Investment options to get Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship.

Option 1: Donation to National Development Fund (NDF)

  • Single Applicant: US$100,000
  • Family of 4 or less: US$100,000
  • Family of 5 or more: US$125,000

Option 2: Real Estate

  • Minimum investment of US$200,000 / US$400,000 in a government approved real estate project

Antigua and Barbuda are the recent tourist attraction around the globe. It is an independent commonwealth state in the eastern Caribbean with almost 365 beaches of clean turquoise water. People say you can visit a new beach every day. Many celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Richard Branson, and Giorgio Armani have purchased holiday resorts on these islands.

The capital city is St. John’sand the total area of the islands are 440 square kilometers. The population of 80,000 people makes Antigua and Barbuda the ninth largest country in the Caribbean.

The lush tropical islands make these islands heaven for investors. Tourism is the key economic contributor and 60% of the total income of Antigua and Barbuda is generated by tourism. The main target markets are the US, Europe, and Canada.

After the British left the islands in 1981, the country became a sovereign nation. Antigua and Barbuda is a member of the United Nations and British Commonwealth. The national language is English and the East Caribbean dollar is the currency. Antigua and Barbuda passport holders can enjoy

Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda are not liable to pay state taxes and capital gains tax. You do not have to travel to the islands to acquire its citizenship.It is a completely safe and secure country with international standards education opportunities for you and your family. Antigua and Barbuda government allow dual nationalities and acquisition of second or dualcitizenship is not disclosed to any other country in the world.

  • Fast processing of the application (within 3 months)
  • Inclusion of children under the age of 28
  • Inclusion of parents under the age of 58
  • No need to travel and stay in Antigua and Barbuda during the application process
  • No education or employments experience required
  • No tax on worldwide income
  • Visa-free travel freedomto up to 149 counties including U.K, Singapore, UAE, and Schengen countries (comprising 26 countries that have officially allowed traveling without border controls).

There are few requirements to acquire Antigua and Barbuda visa such as:

  • No criminal record
  • Excellent health conditions
  • Purchase a property in the country or invest in a local business
  • Stay at least 5 days in the country within 5 years of time frame

There are two Investment options to get Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship.

Option 1: Donation to National Development Fund (NDF)

  • Single Applicant: US$100,000
  • Family of 4 or less: US$100,000
  • Family of 5 or more: US$125,000

Option 2: Real Estate

  • Minimum investment of US$200,000 / US$400,000 in a government approved real estate project
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