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Frequently Asked Questions

video series, we answer common questions on the investor immigration industry to provide all you need to know about citizenship by investment and residence by investment programmes.

FAQ - 10

Do I need to speak English to take part in the Caribbean citizenship programme?

No, but all of your forms must be completed in English. Additionally, any documents submitted as part of a citizenship by investment application must be in English or must be translated into English by a certified translator. For those choosing to reside on the islands, the most spoken language in the Caribbean is English. The only requirements for Caribbean citizenship by investment programmes are that the applicant is of legal age, has no criminal record and can make the qualifying investment. However, there may be additional requirements depending on the country that you are applying for.

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