Passport and Citizenship

Antigua and Barbuda

Get a second passport of Antigua & Barbuda and travel visa free to 140 countries. The citizenship by investment program allows person over 18 years of age and their dependents who qualify to obtain Antigua and Barbuda citizenship by making an investment in the country. Acquisition of citizenship under the NDF investment option requires a contribution to the
National Development Fund in the minimum sum of US$100,000 per application. The
contribution is in the form of a one-time payment, nonrefundable. The passport will be valid for a period of 5 years and will be renewal if the holder
live minimum 5 days in Antigua and Barbuda, within the 5 year period.

Antigua and Barbuda is a twin island state in the West indies in the north Americans, lying between the Caribbean sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It consists of two major islands, Antigua and Barbuda. The island of Antigua was explored by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and named for the Church of Sana Maria La Antigua. Antigua was colonized by Britain in 1632, Barbuda island was first colonized in 1678. Antigua and Barbuda joined the West Indies Federation in 1958. With the breakup of the federation it became one of the West indies Associated States in 1967. Following by self-governing on its internal affairs, independence was granted from United Kingdom on 1 November 1981. Antigua and Barbuda remains a member of the commonwealth and Elizabeth 2 is the country’s queen and head of state.

Tourism dominates the economy, accounting for more than falf of the gross domestic product (GDP). Antigua is famous for its 365 beautiful white sandy sea beaches and luxury resorts. Investment banking and financial services also make up and important part of the economy.

  1. Full family citizenship and passport within 6 months.
  2. Visa free travel more than 140 countries.
  3. Tax Free income & no tax in Global income.
  4. Political stability and stable economy.
  5. Strong diplomatic relations and low crime rate.
  6. Very good business and job opportunity.
  7. World class education, Health and social benefit.
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The National Development Fund (NDF)

Processing fees $25,000 $25,000 for a family of up to 4 persons $25,000 for a family of 4 with incremental payments of $15,000 for each additional dependent.
Contribution $100,000 $100,000 $125,000
Due Diligence $7,500 $7,500 + $7,500 for spouse,
$2,000 per dependent 12-17,
$4,000 per dependent 18 and over
$7,500 + $7,500 for spouse,
$2,000 per dependent 12-17,
$4,000 per dependent 18 and over

* Other fees payable include passport fees. These fees are subject to change.
* All fees quoted are in US dollars

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. How long is the application process?
Ans: Approx. 06 months
2. How long is the validity of Passport?
Ans: The passport is renewable every five years.
3. Is a passport needed to travel to Antigua?
Ans: All visitors to Antigua and Barbuda must have an onward or return ticket. Citizens of United States, United Kingdom and Canada citizens do not require a visa to enter Antigua and Barbuda and must travel on a VALID PASSPORT.
4. Is Antigua tax free?
Ans: yes
5. Can I use US dollars in Antigua?
Ans; The local currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar but the US Dollar is accepted over the counter.
6. How big is Antigua and Barbuda?
Ans: Antigua is about 14 miles long and 11 miles wide for a total of 108 sq miles. Barbuda is 68 sq miles and the uninhabited island of Redonda, a nature preserve, is 0.6 sq miles.
7. What are the main industries in Antigua?
Ans: The main industries are tourism, financial services, construction and light manufacturing (clothing, alcohol, household appliances).
8. When is the hurricane season in Antigua?
Ans: The hurricane season is June 1 – November 30. Antigua and Barbuda is warm all year round with a soothing south-easterly breeze
9. What places of interest can be visited while in Antigua and Barbuda?
Ans: Places of interest in Antigua are Shirley Heights, Nelson’s Dockyard, Dow’s Hill Interpretation Centre, Fig Tree Drive, Harmony Hill, Devil’s Bridge, Betty’s Hope and the St John’s Anglican cathedral to name a few.
10. What minimum passport validity is required when visiting Antigua and Barbuda?
Ans: Passports should be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of return when visiting Antigua and Barbuda.

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