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Antigua cabinet slashes CIP fees

Antigua cabinet slashes CIP fees

Following our recent recommendations and industry analysis as representatives of major real estate developers, the Government of Antigua has decided to reduce the fees related to its Citizenship by Investment Program, effective as of August 1st, 2017. The changes are as follows:

  • NDF Processing Fees: US$25,000 for family of four. US$15,000 for every additional dependent.
  • Real Estate Processing Fees: US$50,000 for family of four. US$15,000 for every additional dependent.

Applicable due diligence fees remain unchanged.

We believe that real estate investment options will now be more competitive in the region. We can confidently forecast a 40-50% increase in investments, resulting in the creation of hundreds of jobs and in boosting the economy.


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2018-02-13
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Marriott International Launches Antigua’s First Business Hotel

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Arton Capital to help rebuild Barbuda school

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2017-09-08
2017-09-08

Arton Capital to help rebuild Barbuda school

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Waldorf Astoria Hotels Partners With Callaloo Cay

Waldorf Astoria Hotels Partners With Callaloo Cay

2017-05-18
2017-05-18

Waldorf Astoria Hotels Partners With Callaloo Cay

The iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement with Callaloo

Antigua & Barbuda
Callaloo Cay Project Breaks Ground in Antigua & Barbuda

Callaloo Cay Project Breaks Ground in Antigua & Barbuda

2017-02-28
2017-02-28

Callaloo Cay Project Breaks Ground in Antigua & Barbuda

The Callaloo Cay resort development project has broken ground in Antigua & Barbuda. The

Antigua & Barbuda