Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship.

Why Antigua and Barbuda?

Antigua and Barbuda is a two-island state located in the Eastern Caribbean. 

These islands are English-speaking and enjoy a pleasant tropical climate all year round with wonderful beaches and lush vegetation. 

Now a member of the Commonwealth, the region declared its independence from Great Britain following many years of rule dating back to the days of the sugar plantations, and now boasts a reputation for judicial and governmental stability.

The islands are promoted as luxurious Caribbean escapes, and whilst tourism is the major source of income for the islands generating over 60% of its wealth, the region also relies on agriculture to sustain the domestic market. 

Encouraged by favourably low taxes - with no capital gains or inheritance tax, and no tax on overseas-sourced income – Antigua and Barbuda are popular choices for investors seeking citizenship. 

Citizens enjoy visa-free travel to 150 countries, including those in the Schengen Area, as well as the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. 

Pathway to Citizenship

Real Estate.

A purchase of real estate with a purchase price of at least 400,000 USD

together with the payment of government processing fees and due diligence fees,

from 50,000 USD

for a single applicant, and their family of four or less.

Note - two or more applicants may apply jointly for citizenship by investment provided that each applicant contributes the

minimum investment of 400,000 USD.

Investment.

Investment of at least 1,500,000 USD

by a sole investor in a government approved business venture.

OR

Investment of at least 5,000,000 USD

by two or more investors in a government approved business venture, with each investor individually contributing at least

400,000 USD.

With either investment choice, there will also be the payment of government processing fees and due diligence fees, which begin at

50,000 USD

for a single applicant, and their family of four or less.

Contribution.

A donation of at least 100,000 USD towards the National Development Fund.

Commitments.

Ownership of the real estate must be retained for at least 5 years, unless purchasing an alternate property on the islands.

Investors must be present in Antigua & Barbuda for at least five days within the first five years of obtaining citizenship.

Contact us and register your requirements