It’s been a strong year for the Antigua & Barbuda’s tourism, and the numbers continue to improve. The twin island nation has become one of the fastest-growing destinations for visitors from the United States.
The explosion of private wealth in the world since 2011…
Prime Minister Gaston Browne, who made the announcement in his Budget presentation in Parliament yesterday
We are excited to share that the developer of the Kempinski Cabrits Resort in Dominica is now offering up to 75% financing to purchasers via a long established international bank.
Contemporary condominium resort South Point located in English Harbour on Antigua’s south coast, and adjacent to the Antigua Yacht Club, opened their beautiful over-the-water restaurant this summer and have been garnering rave reviews
The Antigua and Barbuda Airport Authority’s (ABAA) decision to embark…
Yet more positive indicators for tourism property investment were announced last week by the The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) at the annual Caribbean Week held in New York City.
The European Commission has officially announced visa-free travel for citizens of the Commonwealth of Dominica, among 19 Nations in the Caribbean, Pacific, and the Middle East added to the list of countries and territories exempt from the visa obligation.
Under the new Citizenship by Investment (Amendment) Act 2014, the 35 day residency requirement has been reduced to only 5 days in the first five years of citizenship
Under the proposed Citizenship by Investment (Amendment) Act presented to parliament today, the current 35 day residency requirement is to be reduced to only 5 days in the first five years of citizenship
In March 2014 the government of Antigua & Barbuda decided to allow Iranian nationals to apply to the citizenship-by-investment programme provided certain conditions are met, namely: