Second passport is a document that help citizens of a specific country become citizens of another country after meeting specific requirements or making economical contributions. In the majority of countries, the programs granting this type of citizenship are designed to ensure contribution to the welfare and advancement of the host state. Caribbean citizenship by investment is allowed in Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Kitts & Nevis.

Caribbean citizenship

If you are seeking for retirement, economic citizenship in Caribbean countries is the best and simplest way to achieve that. It is gaining popularity among the families with a high net worth because it offers a genuine way to make dream vacation permanent while earning some income.

Caribbean citizenship by investment programs are real in this region, and after taking all the steps you’ll acquire a very strong passport that offers free travel through visas to many countries of the world. Currently, these countries are offering discounts on fees for getting second passports. Keep in touch with Apex Capital Partners to learn more about charge reductions and take advantage of the current prices that are extremely low.

Acquiring a second passport in Caribbean countries has many benefits. Some of them are listed below:

    • Application for Caribbean countries’ citizenship by investment takes 120 days at the max.
    • Free visa travel to over 100 countries.
    • Caribbean industry shows major trends of transparency, security, and experience that you will need to succeed as an investor.

Programs in six different countries have different requirements for investment, timelines and related processing fees by the state authority. An applicant should meet the following requirements:

  1. He or she must be free of sanctions that prohibit entry into the UK, EU, Canada, or the USA.
  2. Should not have a criminal record and any other proceedings related to crime at the time of application.
  3. Must be able to prove that his or her funds are legal.
  4. Must have an impeccable business reputation.
  5. Must show proof of good health.

This depends on individual preferences, family status and other requirements. Apex Capital Partners can offer the best advice on the best Caribbean citizenship by investment programs, depending on the specifications. There are many options, and each of them has its merits and demerits. However, what matters is your choice and hence, we can make it easier for you to get the second passport in this region.

Caribbean citizenship. Comparative table by country


European citizenship by investment is allowed in Montenegro, Malta, UK. Acquiring a second passport in Europa countries has many benefits.

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    « A second citizenship will last for generations; you will be able to pass it on to your children and grandchildren.»

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