The governments of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Granada and Saint Lucia have reviewed the state migration policy and developed investment programs to allow foreigners to obtain second nationality in these Caribbean islands.

The formalization process foresees the investment in one of the areas approved by the legislation of the island state. To obtain the passport, the investor has no obligation to reside permanently in the Caribbean territory or prove knowledge of the official language. In addition, the right to citizenship by investment extends to family members close to the principal applicant.

With the acquisition of a Caribbean passport, the foreigner agrees to enjoy a zero rate on their income, inheritance, wealth and other property taxes. The experienced lawyers of Mundo Offshore will help you justify compliance with the requirements demanded by the legislation of the Caribbean countries, and thus obtain second citizenship.

ADVANTAGES OF THE CARIBBEAN NATIONALITY

 VISA- FREE TRIPS

Passport holders of these Caribbean islands can, without a visa, enter more than one hundred states around the world. Likewise, under the conditions of some immigration programs the simplified processing of visas to the United States and Canada is contemplated.

A PLACE OF ALTERNATIVE RESIDENCE

The possession of real estate on the islands implies an additional place for permanent residence, as well as for the management and development of a business. In addition, the warm and pleasant climate of these islands makes them an excellent holiday spot for any time of the year.

DOUBLE NATIONALITY

The legislation of the Caribbean countries allows the possession of two passports from different states. In addition, the island governments maintain confidentiality regarding the granting of citizenship status.

ACCELERATED OBTAINING

Acquiring citizenship from the aforementioned Caribbean countries requires a period of 2 to 5 months. The foreign citizen does not need to reside permanently in the chosen state or be present during the process of obtaining a passport.

ACCESS TO THE BANKING SYSTEM

In these jurisdictions, investors use the services offered by trusted banks to save and withdraw capital, minimizing their tax burden. Caribbean passport holders have access to bank transactions in both Europe and the United States.

Bobbie Reed