Caribbean Citizenship by Investment

Caribbean citizenship has numerous advantages, offering tax benefits and a visa exemption to 180+ countries. It can be obtained by investment in government-approved real estate or government fund donation, with a minimum investment of $200,000. 

Advantages of Obtaining Caribbean Citizenship by Investment

Caribbean citizenship brings various benefits and opportunities, both in the economic and non-economic scope.

Freedom of Movement

No need to reside in the country

Tax Benefits

No tax on personal income, inheritance, or capital gains

Passport for Whole Family

Dual citizenship for you and your family

Payment After Approval

Payment only after nationalization approval

How to Get Caribbean Citizenship by Investment?

Below are the application steps for Caribbean citizenship.

1. Preliminary Due Diligence Check
Initially, we conduct a preliminary Due Diligence check to assess your eligibility for Caribbean citizenship and minimize your risk of rejection.

2. Document Preparation and 1st Installment Payment
The first installment of the investment amount is paid at this stage. We conduct an in-depth analysis, translation, apostille, attestation, and verification of all documents.

3. Due Diligence Check
At this stage, your documents will be submitted to the government.

4. Payment and Receiving Passport
After receiving approval from the government, the remaining investment amount is paid. At this stage, you will receive a naturalization certificate and receive your passport in 1-2 months.

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Investment Programs for Caribbean Citizenship

Acquirement of Caribbean citizenship by investment is a straightforward process. Obtaining a Caribbean passport usually takes 3-4 months, which can be completed remotely without traveling to the Caribbean.

Five Caribbean countries offer citizenship by investment programs: Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, and St Lucia.

Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment

Spouses, dependent children under 28, dependent parents over 58, siblings and grandparents are included in the citizenship. The process takes 3-4 months. The real estate must be held for 5 years, during which residence (of at least 5 days within the next 5 years) is mandatory.

The Antigua & Barbuda passport allows visa-free travel to 160+ countries, including the UK, Schengen Zone, and Russia.

Requirements

  • Applicants must be of an outstanding character.
  • Applicants must hold no criminal record.
  • Applicants must have a high personal net worth.
  • Real estate must be held for 5 years.

Expenses

  • Real Estate Investment: $300.000
  • Non-Refundable Contribution: $230.000 (Family of 4) - $245.000 (Family of 6)
  • Government Fees: $50.000

Grenada Citizenship by Investment

Grenada passport allows visa-free travel to 180+ countries, including the UK, Schengen Zone, Russia, and China. It offers an E-2 treaty, allowing citizens to work and reside in the US. The passport allows visa-free / visa-upon-arrival travel to the UAE.

The real estate must be held for 5 years, without a residency obligation. Spouses, siblings, parents under 55, and grandparents are included in the program. Obtaining a Grenada passport usually takes 3-4 months.

Requirements

  • Applicants must be of an outstanding character.
  • Applicants must hold no criminal record.
  • Applicants must have excellent health.
  • Applicants must have a high personal net worth.
  • Applicants must not have received a visa refusal from any country that offers visa-free entry to Grenada citizens.

Expenses

  • Real Estate Investment: $270.000
  • Non-Refundable Contribution: $200.000 (Single) - $235.000 (Family of 4)
  • Government Fees (for real estate option): $50.000

Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment

Saint Lucian passport allows visa-free travel to 140+ countries including the UK and Schengen Zone. The real estate is to be held for 5 years, without a residency obligation. The spouses, siblings, and dependent children and parents are included in the program. The application process lasts around 3-4 months.

Requirements

  • Applicants must not be subject to a criminal investigation.
  • Applicants must not pose a potential threat to national security.
  • Applicants must not be involved in any activity that may disrepute Saint Lucia.
  • Applicants must not have received a visa refusal from any country that offers visa-free entry to St Lucia citizens.

Expenses

  • Real Estate Investment: $300.000
  • Non-Refundable Contribution: $200.000 (Single) - $240.000 (Couple) - $240.000 (Family of 4)
  • Government Fees: From $50.000

Dominican Citizenship by Investment

Citizenship of Dominica allows visa-free travel to 140+ countries, including the Schengen Zone, Russia, and China. Obtaining Dominican citizenship lasts around 3 months. The real estate is to be held for 5 years, with no residency obligation. Spouses, children, and dependent parents and grandparents are included in the program.

Requirements

  • Applicants must be of an outstanding character.
  • Applicants must hold no criminal record.
  • Applicants must have a high personal net worth.

Expenses

  • Real Estate Investment: $220.000
  • Non-Refundable Contribution: $200.000 (Single) - $250.000 (Family of 4)
  • Government Fees: From $35.000

Saint Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment

Saint Kitts and Nevis passport allows visa-free travel to 150+ countries, including the UK, Schengen Zone, and Russia. The application process takes up to 4 months. The spouses, siblings, and grandparents are included in the citizenship. The real estate must be held for 5/7 years. Investors are not obliged with residency.

Requirements

  • Applicants must be of an outstanding character.
  • Applicants must hold no criminal record.
  • Applicants must have excellent health.
  • Applicants must have a high personal net worth.

Expenses

  • Real Estate Investment: $400.000
  • Non-Refundable Contribution: $250.000 (Single)
  • Government Fees: From $75.000
 

FAQ for Obtaining Caribbean Citizenship

1How strong is the Caribbean passport?
The Caribbean passport is strong enough to provide visa-free entrance to 180+ countries. Each Caribbean country has visa exemption for the UK and Schengen Zone, some to Russia, China, and BAE as well. Grenada offers an additional E-2 treaty with the US.
2How to get Caribbean citizenship?
You can obtain Caribbean citizenship by donating government funds or investing in approved real estate or businesses. The government allows applications for Caribbean citizenship programs with the guidance of a licensed representative.
3How much does it cost to obtain Caribbean citizenship?
The minimum investment to obtain Caribbean citizenship is $200,000. However, this amount varies between islands and investment methods.
4Which Caribbean countries allow dual citizenship?
Each country with a citizenship-by-investment program allows dual citizenship. So, after obtaining a Caribbean passport, you will not lose your current citizenship.
5Is it obligatory to visit the country after getting a Caribbean passport?
Only in Antigua & Barbuda Island. New passport holders must spend at least 5 days in the country over the next 5 years.
6Can Caribbean citizenship applications be conducted remotely?
Yes. It is possible to carry out all citizenship application stages remotely.
7Which Caribbean Island citizenship is the best?
It depends on your expectations. Dominica, Antigua & Barbuda, and St. Lucia are the budget-friendly options. The Grenada passport, on the other hand, has the highest global mobility, with visa-free entrance to 180+ countries and an E-2 treaty with the US. Grenada also has the widest scope of citizenship rights in families.
8Will my family obtain Caribbean citizenship as well?
Yes. Your spouse and children under the age of 18 will receive Caribbean citizenship. In addition, some Caribbean countries offer citizenship rights to dependent children over 18 and dependent parents and grandparents.
9How long does it take to receive a Caribbean passport?
The citizenship application process in Caribbean countries takes 3-4 months, from the preliminary Due Diligence to holding the passport.
10Can anyone buy any property in the Caribbean Islands?
Yes and no. Everyone, regardless of nationality, is entitled to buy real estate in the Caribbean Islands. However, the real estate on sale must be among the government-selected options.

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