An independent Commonwealth state in the Eastern Caribbean, Antigua and Barbuda is home to 365 white sand beaches set against a lush tropical backdrop with an economy dominated by tourism.
Three citizenship-by-investment program options are available, either a cash donation to the National Development Fund (NDF) sent directly to the escrow account managed by the Citizenship Investment Unit (CIU), investment in real estate through one of the government-approved real estate asset classes, or investment into an approved business,
For real estate, this covers freehold property with title deed, hotel shares, fractional ownership or land. Investment starts at US$250,000 for the NDF donation and US$400,000 for the real estate option. A minimum of US$1.5 million is the entry point for the approved business investment route.
Citizenship benefits include:
- Visa-free travel to around 130 countries
- Full citizenship and British Commonwealth passport (renewable every five years)
- Permanent lifetime citizenship
- Includes children under 25 and dependents over 65 years old
- No personal income tax on worldwide income
- No estate, death, inheritance or capital gains tax
- Zero restrictions on the repatriation of profits and imported capital
- Economically, legally and socially stable country part of the Commonwealth
- Security from potential taxation reform in Europe and North America
- Possibility of dual citizenship
Donation option in Grenada is a two step process which takes more than 12 month.
1) Residence is established, 2) USA E2 Visa opportunity*Included in some developments. / Additional legal, escrow, bank and agent fees apply.
|Official Entity:||National Transformation Fund (NTF)|
|Donation Amount Investor Only:||US$200k|
|Invester + Spouse:||US$200k|
|Investor + Spouse + 2 Kids:||US$200|
|Investor + up to 5 dependents||US$350k|
|Investor + up to 7 dependents||US$450|
Real Estate Option
|Real Estate Holding Period:||4 yrs|
|Legal & Escrow:||US$12k|
|Government Processing Fees Investor:||US$ 50k|
|Dependents:||US$25k per after first 3 dependents|