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Antigua & Barbuda Implements Diplomatic Regulatory Framework

Antigua & Barbuda Implements Diplomatic Regulatory Framework

Arton Capital would like to congratulate Antigua & Barbuda on implementing a new policy on diplomatic representation and accreditation.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne and his Cabinet based their policy on recommendations prepared by Sir Ronald Sanders, ambassador of Antigua & Barbuda to the US, and his team.

The Global Investor Immigration Council, which places the utmost importance on transparency, accountability and due diligence regarding diplomatic appointments and naturalized citizens, also offered policy recommendations to the Antigua & Barbuda government in a report entitled “Investor Immigration, Diplomacy and International Law.”

The country is taking excellent steps toward making its citizenship by investment program among the best in the world with improved appointment procedures and due diligence.

Congratulations to Antigua & Barbuda on this new policy!

Read more on the GIIC website.


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