Caribbean citizenship by investment (CBI) programmes enable individuals to obtain citizenship of one of five Caribbean countries by investing in those countries, generally either through a contribution to a government fund or a real estate purchase.
While it is possible to gain citizenship by investment in countries around the world, Caribbean nations offer some of the most affordable prices for investors looking to gain a second citizenship. Successful applicants can then apply for a passport to facilitate their travel.
Most Caribbean CBI programmes do not have minimum stay requirements, allowing you to come and go as often as you please. Successful applicants also gain the right to live and work in a naturally diverse region with massive economic potential and growth opportunities. Caribbean citizenship could be the best investment you make for yourself and your family.
Launched in 2013, the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Programme offers four routes to citizenship, including the non-profit National Development Fund and an investment in real estate.
Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme dates to 1993 and allows you to become a citizen of a country focused on sustainable growth and development.
The Spice Island is widely regarded as one of the Caribbean’s friendliest and most beautiful island nations. Grenadian citizenship gives you unrestricted access to the country. A Grenadian passport gives you visa-free and visa-on arrival rights to around 145 destinations.
Established in 2016, the Saint Lucian citizenship by investment programme is the newest in the Caribbean. Seeking to incorporate the best from surrounding CBI schemes, it offers many advantages for investors and residents alike.
Citizenship of St Kitts and Nevis lets you live, work, and study in one of the Caribbean’s most idyllic locations. This twin-island federation offers an expanded global footprint with access to over 155 countries and territories worldwide.