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: