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Investment in the Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean Sea is one of the largest saltwater in the world and it is part of the Atlantic Ocean,The Caribbean Islands are located between South East Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. There are 7,000 islands, some of which are linked to certain countries. These islands are intended for a thousand tourists worldwide to find comfort and spending time with nature.

As you may know Caribbean islands economy depends on tourism and agriculture as you will see a lot of beautiful resorts and luxury hotels and villas.

The Caribbean Islands are one of the areas that facilitate the process of obtaining a second citizenship or a second passport through the citizenship of investment programs, including the Governmental Contribution Programs and Real Estate investment programs that vary from country to country.

Where many people invest in these areas first because it entitles you to obtain a second passport and is easier than the countries of Europe where there is no interview mandatory for citizenship and there is no tax on wealth and inheritance and profits and others and do not mind these islands of dual nationality.

And we also talked about how many islands that offer citizenship through investment, including:

 Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda are located in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the Atlantic border. It is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is a member of the Commonwealth and a member of international organizations including the United Nations, the Organization of American States and the British People's Association.

There are two kinds of investment in Antigua and Barbuda. One of them is the National Development Fund (NDF) which is a non-refundable contribution with a value of USD $100,000. The second is a Real Estate investment option, which is the purchase of property approved by the government with a value of USD $400,000.

The Antigua and Barbuda passport can be obtained within four months and the holder of Antigua and Barbuda passport can travel to 150 countries.

 

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis are two islands located in the Indians island. The holder of Saint Kitts and Nevis passport can travel free to 150 countries without a visa whose economy depends on tourism and agriculture and has two types of investment. Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) is to donate to the government a non-refundable value of USD $150,000 for a family of four. The second option is to invest in Real Estate through the purchase of a government-approved property of at least USD $400,000.

 

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is located in the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea. It is characterized by the beauty of its beaches, its, and mountains, the economy of Saint Lucia depends on tourism and agriculture.

One of the investment options in Saint Lucia is the National Economic Fund (NEF). The second is the Real Estate investment, in which a property must be purchased for at least USD $300,000.

It takes three months to get Saint Lucia’s Passport, the holder of Saint Lucia passport will give you the freedom to travel to more than 120 countries, including the European Union, China, and Russia.

It takes three months to get Saint Lucia's citizenship, and the Saint Lucia passport allows you to enter without visas to 120, including EU countries, China and Russia.

 

Dominica

Dominica is located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Dominica is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It relies on tourism and agriculture to grow its economy.

The investment program in Dominica is one of the least expensive programs. There are two types of investment, one of which is the Fund for Economic Diversification Fund, with a value of USD $100,000. As for the second option the Real Estate Investment, with the value of USD $200,000.

 

Grenada

Located in the West Indies of the Caribbean, with a population of 99,000, Grenada is a region full of natural beaches, rainforests, mountains, which attracts many tourists and is mainly dependent on tourism and agriculture.

The island of Grenada consists of multiple investments, including the National Transformation Program by paying a non-refundable amount of USD $150,000 and the second option is Real Estate investment of at least USD $350,000.