You must be at least 18 years old, demonstrate good character with no criminal record, and be in good health.
You can include your spouse, dependent children aged 30 and under (as well as their children and spouses), parents, in-laws and grandparents aged 55 and above, as well as your unmarried siblings, regardless of age. You can add further dependents once your citizenship has been granted.
No, you don’t.
No, you don’t. But some people may decide that living in paradise is for them, and you will be made more than welcome.
The approval process usually takes between three and four months.
No, you don’t need to speak English to apply for Antigua & Barbuda citizenship.
Antigua & Barbuda does not impose any limitations on dual citizenship, but you should check the laws of your current home country to see if it is permitted.
No, there isn’t any mandatory educational or management experience required.
The passport is valid for five years and will be renewed every ten years thereafter as long you spend at least five days in the country during the initial five-year period.
Yes, you have the same rights as all citizens of Antigua & Barbuda, whether you are a new citizen or were born in the country.
You can visit the UK for up to six months visa-free for tourism, business conferences or visiting family and friends.
You can visit Schengen countries, including Switzerland, visa-free for up to 90 days in a 180-day period.
Usually, foreign nationals require a non-citizen’s landholding licence. However, no licence is needed if applying for citizenship through the real estate option of the Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Programme.
The expected return would be between two and four percent.
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