Many individuals across the globe have been made vulnerable in their home countries by a phenomenon outside of their control, including unanticipated political and economic upheaval, unexpected changes in legislation, or sudden disease outbreaks. In response, informed investment migrants who have invested in alternative citizenship have been able to increase their global mobility, diversify their assets, and ensure access to safer, healthier environments for themselves and their families.
On 16th November, Inga Wellings, CS Global Partners’ Business Development Manager, attended a live Invest Pro event in Dubai. She spoke about the top ten reasons why investors choose Caribbean citizenship as a second nationality.
“As a trusted advisor, CS Global Partners cultivates durable relationships with clients to assist them in re-evaluating their residency and citizenship portfolios in response to the evolving global situation and individual needs of the client,” said Wellings.
“High levels of interest in Caribbean citizenship by investment programmes show that more and more wealthy individuals are looking to the Caribbean for a second citizenship solution. Caribbean nations have faired particularly well in containing the pandemic and offer their citizens the safety, security, and privacy that many other nations cannot,” she added.
According to Emmanuel Nanthan, the Director of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the country had a record number of approved applications in the last financial year. St Kitts and Nevis prefers not to disclose this information, but the country likely experienced a similar trend.
Considered gems within the immigration industry, these programmes allow an investor to legally obtain second citizenship in only a few months without ever residing in the country. Under the laws of these two countries, one can keep their current nationality, while enjoying the benefits of your second one. It is, of course, important to also check the rules pertaining to second citizenship in one’s country of origin.
Here is a full list of all Caribbean Second Citizenship Programmes:
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