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CARIBBEAN CITIZENSHIP

It all started in the Caribbean. In 1984, St. Kitts and Nevis, the smallest sovereign state in the Americas was the first nation to pass a law that offered citizenship to a person provided the person was of good character and posed no threat.

Soon other nations followed suit, and it is now possible to get European citizenships as well.

However, the Caribbean countries remain the most popular destination for those hoping to get a second passport.

ANTIGUA &
BARBUDA
starting from US$ 100,000

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COMMONWEALTH OF DOMINICA
starting from US$ 100,000

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GRENADA

starting from US$ 150,000

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ST. KITTS & 
NEVIS
starting from US$ 150,000

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ST. LUCIA

starting from US$ 100,000

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WHY APPLY?

Caribbean citizenship allows you to "access the future" by offering visa-free travel to more than 125 countries, including all of the EU, Schengen States, the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia. This is in itself is appealing to many people–but there is more.

Caribbean citizenships are the fastest of all the citizenship programs–you can get citizenship in as little as three months. Add to that the fact they are economical—an investment as small as $100,000 for a single applicant and/or family can suffice to obtain Caribbean citizenship.

HOW IS IT BENEFICIAL?

​By obtaining Caribbean citizenship, our clients are free to live, work and study in any of the 15 countries within the Caricom Community

The Caribbean countries offer individuals and their families some of the most economical citizenships globally. Citizenship starts from as little as $100k for a single applicant and/or a family of 4, the Caribbean citizenship program offers the following:

  • Wealth Protection

  • Privacy Reservation

  • Personal Security

  • Visa-free travel to 125+ countries including the United Kingdom and Europe

  • Liberty to live, work in any of the 15 Caribbean Community States

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