• Holding an Antigua and Barbuda passport will allow you to travel visa-free to 149 countries, including EU countries, the UK, Ireland, the Caribbean, and most Commonwealth countries
  • No taxes on income, your existing holdings, or inheritance
  • The time it takes for applications to be considered is 5 months

TWO WAYS OF RECEIVING CITIZENSHIP

MAKING A CONTRIBUTION
TO THE STATE

  • Official authority:
    National Development Fund (NDF)
  • Investor:
    100,000 $ + 25,000 $ for the main applicant
  • Family up to 4 persons:
    100,000 $ + 25,000 $ for the main applicant
    + 0 $ for the spouse + two additional dependents
  • Family up to 5 persons or more:
    125,000 $ + 25,000 $ for the main applicant and three dependents
    + 15,000 $ for each additional dependent

INVESTING
IN REAL ESTATE

  • Minimum investment:
    400,000 $
  • Required period of real estate ownership:
    5 years
  • Legal services - 35,000 $
  • State fees:
    Family up to 4 persons: 50,000 $
    Dependents: 15,000 $ for each additional dependent

COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INDICATORS:

contribution against long term investment in real estate with 3 possible real estate resale values: 15% gain, 15% loss and 50% loss.

MAKING A CONTRIBUTION
TO THE STATE

COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INDICATORS

INVESTING
IN REAL ESTATE

COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INDICATORS

INITIAL INVESTMENTS

CONTRIBUTION REAL ESTATE
Real estate / Contribution
$100,000
$400,000
Application processing
$25,000
$50,000
Comprehensive check
$7,500
$7,500
Additional expenses
$35,300
$35,300
Real cost of the country’s passport
$167,800
$492,800

COSTS WHEN SELLING

VALUE OF REAL ESTATE 115% 85% 50%
Initial investments
$480,850
$480,850
$480,850
Value when selling
$460,000
$340,000
$200,000
Results of investment
$20,850
$140,850
$280,850
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TWO WAYS OF RECEIVING CITIZENSHIP

MAKING A CONTRIBUTION
TO THE STATE

  • Advantages
    • Simple transaction
  • Drawbacks
    • Contribution is non-refundable

INVESTING
IN REAL ESTATE

  • Advantages
    • Tangible assets
    • Return on investment in the form of dividends
    • Return on investment in the form of resale
    • Physical connection to the country
  • Drawbacks
    • Greater initial costs

ANTIGUA AND

BARBUDA

A brief guide

Capital:
St. John’s
Area:
442 sq.km.
Population:
87 000
GDP:
US $1.627 billion
Language:
English
Year of independence from Great Britain:
1981
Main islands:
Antigua, Barbuda

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