Antigua and Barbuda – New Investment Option

    The Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program is constantly evolving and providing newer and better options for investors. Here are the latest updates on this dynamic program.

    The National Development Fund Limited-Time Offer Extended

    Earlier this year, the Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program announced a limited-time reduced investment requirement for its National Development Fund (NDF). The discounted, non-refundable donation for a family of up to 4 is just US$100,000 - 50% less than the standard contribution amount.

    This incredible offer has just been extended until October 31, 2019, which is great news for investors who have not yet taken advantage of this opportunity. Don’t miss out on this chance while it’s still available!


    A new investment option: The University of the West Indies Fund

    Antigua and Barbuda is now offering a new citizenship by investment option that may especially appeal to families with children who are on the brink of entering university.

    The University of the West Indies Fund was established to generate capital for UWI’s fourth campus in Antigua and Barbuda. Investing in this fund entitles one family member on the application to receive a one-year, tuition-only scholarship to the University of West Indies.

    This investment option requires a non-refundable contribution of at least US$150,000 for a family of 4 or more.


    In addition to the investment, the following fees are required

    Processing Fees: 

    • Main applicant and family up to 4 – US$25,000
    • Each additional dependent – US$15,000


    Due Diligence Fees: 

    • Main applicant – US$7,500
    • Spouse – US$7,500
    • Dependent Child 12-17 - US$2,000
    • Dependent Child 18-25 and/or parent age 65 and above - US$4,000


    Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or for more information about Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment.


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    Vicky Katsarova

    A citizen of the world in every sense of the phrase, Vicky has done her fair share of traveling. Born and raised in Bulgaria, she spent 10 years living and working in Abu Dhabi before settling down with her family in Nova Scotia, Canada. And it’s only fitting for the CEO and founder of High Net Worth Immigration to be an avid globetrotter—her extensive travels have given her deeper insight and understanding into her clients’ needs.