Amendments to expand dependents makes the program one of the most advantageous in the industry.
Antigua and Barbuda, November 19th, 2020 — Antigua and Barbuda’s Citizenship by Investment Unit has expanded the definition of dependents under the citizenship by investment program, making it one of the most inclusive and affordable option for larger families.
With the expanded definitions, qualified dependents now include the following:
“In the last several months, many of the Caribbean programs have taken the initiative to become more inclusive to different family unit sizes and allow for a complete generational transition of citizenship,” said Armand Arton, President of Arton Capital.
Although Antigua and Barbuda currently boast the most inclusive program in the Caribbean relative to qualifying dependents, it is the fifth CIP within the region to accommodate sibling-inclusion in applications, following the introduction of similar policies in Grenada, Dominica, Saint Lucia, and most recently Saint Kitts and Nevis.
“Very often we see successful investors who want to include, not only their immediate family, but also those closest to them in their inner circle — securing the benefits of a better life for their entire lineage as well as for the future generation,” shared Arton.
Earlier in the year the twin-islands announced one of the most competitive investment options for families with the University of West Indies Fund at US$150,000, for a family of six (6) inclusive of government and processing fees.
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