An investment in the Caribbean is an investment in a fast-route to dual citizenship, a British Commonwealth passport that unlocks free travel to over 120 countries and a politically and economically stable environment.
And for next 100 days — in the wake of both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Jose that hit much of the Caribbean earlier this year — there’s now another great reason to invest.
To help support the Hurricane Relief Program, the Caribbean islands of Antigua & Barbuda, Grenada, and St Kitts & Nevis have drastically reduced their citizenship-by-investment fees.
The cost of citizenship-by-investment for a family of four is now:
Antigua and Barbuda — USD 100,000, reduced from USD 200,000.
Grenada — USD 200,000, reduced from USD 350,000.
St. Kitts and Nevis — USD 150,000, reduced from USD 300,000.
And as this offer will only run for another 100 days, stopping on March 31st, 2018 — now is the time to invest.
In return for your timely investment in any of the above programmes, you’ll be granted a British Commonwealth passport, which brings with it a host of benefits, including:
Full citizenship in as little as three months.
Permanent lifetime citizenship, which may not be revoked and is protected from changes in government policy or officials.
Potential citizenship for children under 25 and dependants over 65 years old.
Visa-free or visa on arrival access to over 120 countries including the UK, Australia, and Schengen states.
Worldwide tax exemption.
To secure your global freedom with a Caribbean citizenship-by-investment programme at this exclusive reduced rate, call 04 457 8620 or email email@example.com to schedule a no-obligation consultation.