One of the terms of Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment programme is that investors must fulfil a five-day visitation requirement during the first five years of their application being approved. In August 2020, this requirement was temporarily suspended for one year due to ongoing travel disruption as a result of the pandemic. This week, Antigua’s Citizenship by Investment Unit announced that they will extend this suspension for a further year, until 31st August 2022.

Antigua’s Citizenship by Investment programme is currently the most cost-effective programme for families of four looking to obtain a second passport. The Citizenship by Donation route is available from $100,000, plus fees for families of up to four and from $125,000, plus fees, for families of five and above. An Antiguan passport will enable the holder visa-free access to 160 countries and territories worldwide.

Like with all the Caribbean programmes, Antigua’s CBI application can be completed remotely with no need to travel and La Vida’s experienced team of consultants will help investors with the entire process. To receive a personalised quotation and further details on the programme, please contact us.

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