Don’t miss out on this limited-time opportunity!

    If you’ve ever thought about pursuing a second citizenship by investment, there’s never been a better time to turn your dreams into reality.

    The Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Program is offering a limited-time reduced investment requirement via its National Development Fund (NDF).  Only until October 31, 2018, the required donation amount is US $100,000 for a family of 4. No other citizenship by investment program in the world currently offers a package deal this low for a family of 4, and it likely won’t happen again.

    This means interested investors have just under 6 months to take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

    The detailed cost breakdown is as follows:

    • Family of 4: US$100,000 donation / US$25,000 processing fee
    • Family of 5 or more: US$100,000 donation / US$25,000 processing fee / US$15,000 additional processing fees for each person beyond 4

    On top of this incredible limited-time deal, the Antigua and Barbuda NDF is also a risk-free program. Investors are only required to submit the donation funds upon receiving citizenship approval. Therefore, if an application is denied for any reason, your capital is safe.  

    Antigua and Barbuda is a twin-island nation known as the Land of 365 Beaches. Aptly named for its abundance of white sands and turquoise waters, Antigua & Barbuda is one of the most developed countries in the Caribbean. Between its breathtaking scenery and bustling business environment, it’s no wonder that this tropical paradise has become a favorite destination and second home for many celebrities and wealthy families alike.

    We strongly encourage all interested investors to apply as soon as possible. Don’t miss out on this limited-time opportunity!

    Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or 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.