1-3 months to residency
30 days per year
Potential to naturalise via investment
Antigua & Barbuda is established as one of the world’s most exclusive destinations. Its laid-back elegance, turquoise waters, spectacular beaches and fine restaurants have made it a favourite destination for many generations of western celebrities and European royalty. As an English-speaking independent member state of the British Commonwealth with Queen Elizabeth II as Head of State, the island is steeped in history and offers year-round warm temperatures, and magnificent nature and wildlife.
Antigua is the hub of luxury yachting and competitive sailing in the eastern Caribbean, and the winter season is full of events and celebrations as over 1 million people visit the island of 80,000 people each year. It also enjoys daily direct air access from Europe and North America through the region’s newest international airport. Since the advent of the Antigua citizenship investment program in 2014, the nation truly has become a crossroads for the world’s wealthy and elite.
The steps to permanent residency via the Permanent Residency Scheme in Antigua & Barbuda are:
One must have a permanent place of residence in Antigua and Barbuda (lease or title)
Must spend at least 30 days a year in the country
Required to have an annual income of at least USD $100,000 and pay the annual fees and tax via your representative.
Compile application and
complete the 4 required steps
Approval in principle or rejection, usually within 2 months
PR certificate for whole family renewable annually
The favourable growing conditions and plentiful marine life make the country’s culinary experiences fresh and delicious, and the abundance of outdoor activities make for a very healthy lifestyle.
It is no surprise a mix of internationally famous politicians, entertainers, and fashion designers live here in some of the most beautiful homes in the Caribbean. Antigua levies no capital gains or inheritance taxes and there is no tax on income generated outside the country. A member of the United Nations (UN), British Commonwealth, Caricom and the Organization of American States, among many other international organisations.
Truly a world-class destination as evidenced by its growing multi-national population over the last decade, Antigua is an independent member state of the Commonwealth with Queen Elizabeth II as Head of State. The year-round tropical climate attracts an interesting mix of international citizens making the country a very comfortable place to integrate. With daily direct air access from North America and Europe and being the hub of elite yachting, Antigua is a crossroads of the world albeit a laid-back natural wonderland.VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
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