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    • Capital city: St John’s
    • Languages: English
    • Population: 100,963 (2016)
    • Nearest country: St. Kitts (80KM)
    • Total area: 440 km²
    • Visa free countries: 151
    • Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar


  •  National Development Fund Contribution or Charitable Donation High net worth individuals may choose to make a monetary contribution of US$100,000 to the National Development Fund or an approved charity.
  • Real Estate Investment Applicants may purchase property valued at a minimum of US$400,000 in a preapproved real estate development area. (change 400,000 to 220,000)


The delightful, English-speaking islands of Antigua and Barbuda, part of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean, are collectively known as “the Land of 365 Beaches”. They boast a naturally pleasant year-round climate with average air temperatures ranging between 25°C to 28°C (77°F to 82°F) and sea temperatures reaching 29°C (84°F). Tourism is an integral part of this island’s economy generating 60% of the GDP.

Since 1981 after gaining independence from Britain, Antigua and Barbuda has been deemed a stable nation. Passport holders enjoy visa-free travel to top worldwide destinations like the European Schengen Area, UK, South Africa, Hong Kongand Singapore; along with all benefits associated with being a Caricom country citizen.


  • Visa-free travel to 151 countries including the EU, the UK, Singapore and Hong Kong
  • Full citizenship with passport granted to main applicant, spouse, children, and parents or grandparents
  • Required donation is from USD100,000
  • No personal income, capital gains, inheritance tax, or tax on foreign income
  • Minimal presence is required for at least ye days within rst ye years of obtaining citizenship
  • Antigua & Barbuda is an exceptionally beautiful place to live year round or to regularly visit your second home. With over 365 beaches and a temperate climate, the country is a true jewel in the Caribbean