The minimum amount of investment is BSD $750,000
2 months to residency
0 days per year
Potential to naturalize via investment
A Permanent Residence Permit allows non-Bahamians to reside permanently in The Bahamas. This route is ideal for individuals looking to buy property, open a business or retire in The Bahamas. The best kept secret of The Bahamas is the country’s sheer size and diversity. With 16 major islands, The Bahamas is an unmatched destination, a heart-pounding adventure across 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean.
There are many famous movies which were filmed in The Bahamas, a fact that isn’t so surprising considering how beautiful the islands are. Among these are ‘Thunderball’ and ‘Never Say Never Again’, both James Bond flicks.
The steps to permanent residency via the Annual Residency Permit in The Bahamas are:
Purchase a residence for BSD $750,000.00 or more
Must spend at least 0 days a year in the country
Purchase a residence for BSD $750,000.00 or more. The investment will be reviewed and approved by the head of the Ministry of Financial Services, Trade Industry, and Migration of The Bahamas.
Compile application and
complete the 4 required steps
Approval in principle or rejection, usually within 2 months
PR certificate for whole family renewable annually
There are a handful of islands in the Caribbean which are known to attract the rich and famous, and The Bahamas are high up on that list. Super wealthy travelers from the world over vacation in The Bahamas. The island nation even offers the uber rich opportunities to purchase their own private islands. In The Bahamas, you’ll be able to have a peek at the oceanfront villas of Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jordan and many other celebrities. The Bahamas has become one of the world’s foremost summer vacation resorts; the archipelago attracts more than five times its population in tourists each year.
Across the 16 islands, there are countless experiences waiting to be discovered. Travelers quickly learn that no two islands are alike, each one has its own vibe, its own unique stories. This collection is just the beginning. Turtles, parrots, iguanas and the world’s largest colony of pink flamingos all thrive in the warm climate of the Bahamas – where the temperature here rarely drops below 15.5ºC! The warm waters surrounding the islands boast colorful fish such as blue tang and stoplight parrotfish. And Andros Island features the 225km-long Andros Barrier Reef – one of the longest coral reefs in the world. No wonder this tropical country is such a hot spot!VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
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