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Caribbean Citizenship by Investment Programs Set to Increase to $200,000 for 4 Countries

In a significant move towards enhancing the integrity and value of their citizenship by investment (CBI) programs, the Prime Ministers of Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, and Saint Kitts & Nevis have come together to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU). This landmark agreement aims to elevate the standards of CBI programs across the Caribbean region, fostering cooperation and implementing best practices.

The MOU outlines several key initiatives aimed at improving the transparency, regulation, and security of the CBI programs. One of the most notable provisions is the unanimous decision to double the minimum investment threshold to $200,000 USD by June 30th, 2024. This adjustment not only reflects a commitment to maintaining high standards but also creates a time-sensitive opportunity for investors to apply under the current lower investment requirements.

Transparency and data sharing are crucial aspects addressed in the agreement. The signatory nations have agreed to establish a digital shared portal for the exchange of applicant information, funds, and compliance data, aligning with international best practices. Additionally, the creation of a regional competent authority will ensure consistent regulation and adherence to global standards, enhancing the credibility of the CBI programs.

Security measures have also been strengthened, with common protocols established for security checks and due diligence requirements, including application interviews. These measures aim to mitigate risks associated with the citizenship and residency application processes, safeguarding the integrity of the programs and the countries involved.

While Saint Lucia has not yet signed the MOU, it is anticipated that they will join the collaborative effort in the future, further solidifying the region’s commitment to CBI program excellence.

The increasing popularity of residency and citizenship by investment programs globally underscores their value to investors. However, the trend towards stricter regulations and higher costs is evident, with recent price adjustments in several countries, including Greece, Portugal, and now the Caribbean nations.

Take action now!

Contact our advisors today for personalized assistance and to explore your options for securing CBI status before the impending price increase. Do not miss out on the opportunity to benefit from the current pricing regulations and secure your future investment goals!

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