Citizenship by Investment

Citizenship by Investment (CBI) is a program offered by some countries where you can become a citizen by making a significant financial contribution, like investing in real estate, businesses, or government funds.

While both Citizenship and Residency programs involve investment, Citizenship by Investment provides the investor with full citizenship rights and a passport, whether it is for business transactions, the perks of becoming a Global Citizen, or simply have a ‘Plan B’, there is a program that will suit your needs

Caribbean

Antigua and Barbuda $150,000 3-6 months Visa-free travel to 165 countries, tax benefits, and access to a beautiful Caribbean island
Antigua and Barbuda - Moon Gate resort $300,000 3-6 months For investors looking to obtain alternative citizenship through the purchase of competitively priced, luxury property.
Antigua and Barbuda - Nonsuch Bay Resort $200,000 3-6 months For investors looking to obtain alternative citizenship through the purchase of competitively priced, luxury property.
Dominica $100,000 6-8 months Visa-free travel to over 130 countries, tax benefits, and access to a lush and unspoiled Caribbean island
Dominica - Secret Bay Resort $216,000 6-8 months For investors and applicants looking to obtain alternative citizenship, through the purchase of a luxury property
Grenada $150,000 4-8 months Visa-free travel to over 130 countries, tax benefits, and access to a beautiful Caribbean island
Grenada - Intercontinental la Sagesse $220,000 4-8 months A unique opportunity to acquire alternative citizenship while investing in a luxury property in Grenada.
Grenada - Hideaway $220,000 4-8 months A unique opportunity to acquire alternative citizenship while investing in a luxury property in Grenada.
Grenada - Beach House by Silversands $220,000 4-8 months For investors and applicants looking to obtain alternative citizenship and wish to invest in a luxury property in Grenada.
Grenada - Six Sense La Sagesse $220,000 4-8 months For investors and applicants looking to obtain alternative citizenship and wish to invest in a luxury property in Grenada
St. Kitts and Nevis $250,000 6-10 months Visa-free travel to over 150 countries, tax benefits, and access to a beautiful Caribbean island
St. Kitts and Nevis - Public Benefit Option $250,000 6-10 months Visa-free travel to over 150 countries, tax benefits, and access to a beautiful Caribbean island
St. Lucia $100,000 4-8 months Visa-free travel to over 140 countries, tax benefits, and access to a beautiful Caribbean island

Europe

Turkiye $400,000 To be announced Visa-free travel to 110 countries, Citizenship for life, applicable for future generations

Asia Pacific

Vanuatu DSP $130,000 1-2 months With visa-free access/visa on arrival to over 100+ countries throughout Asia, Americas, Africa, Middle-east, Oceania and the Caribbean.
Vanuatu CIIP $165,000 1-2 months No personal income or corporate tax, No withholding tax and capital gains tax, No estate, wealth and gift tax.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Citizenship by investment (CBI) programs offer a strategic and efficient pathway to acquiring a second citizenship and passport. By making a significant financial contribution to a host country’s economy, individuals can expedite the traditional immigration process, often within a timeframe of months. This unique approach eliminates the need to reside in the country beforehand and provides immediate access to the benefits of citizenship, including visa-free travel to a wider range of destinations, the freedom to live, work, and study abroad, and enhanced global tax planning opportunities. With its swift and convenient process, CBI programs offer an attractive option for individuals seeking to diversify their assets, improve their family’s future prospects, and expand their global reach.

    An immigration law firm employs qualified attorneys who specialize in immigration law, providing full legal representation, ensuring client confidentiality under attorney-client privilege, and adhering to high professional and ethical standards.

    Generally, no, you do not have to give up your US passport if you obtain a second citizenship. The United States allows dual citizenship, which means that you can hold citizenship in both the United States and another country. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule.

    Whether you should apply for citizenship or residency depends on your individual circumstances and goals.

    Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, St Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, and Vanuatu—were known for offering citizenship by investment programs. Each of these countries has its own set of requirements and investment options for individuals seeking to acquire citizenship.

     

    1. Antigua and Barbuda:
      • Offers a citizenship by investment program with options for real estate investment or contributions to the National Development Fund.
      • The process typically involves due diligence checks and a qualifying investment.
    2. Grenada:
      • Known for its citizenship by investment program, which includes options like real estate investment or contributions to the National Transformation Fund.
      • Applicants undergo a due diligence process, and the program is known for its relatively straightforward application procedure.
    3. St Lucia:
      • St Lucia’s citizenship by investment program includes options such as contributions to the National Economic Fund or investments in approved real estate projects.
      • Applicants must meet the necessary criteria and undergo a due diligence process.
    4. St Kitts and Nevis:
      • St Kitts and Nevis has one of the oldest citizenship by investment programs.
      • Applicants can invest in real estate or contribute to the Sustainable Growth Fund to obtain citizenship.
    5. Dominica:
      • Known for its affordable citizenship by investment program, Dominica offers options like the Economic Diversification Fund or real estate investment.
      • The application process involves due diligence checks.
    6. Vanuatu:
      • Vanuatu’s Development Support Program allows individuals to acquire citizenship through a donation to the government’s development fund.
      • The process is relatively fast, and Vanuatu doesn’t have personal income taxes.