The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has reduced the government fees for its Citizenship-by-Investment program.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) has announced a new visa-waiver agreement with the twin island, following diplomatic involvement by the Prime Minister, the Honourable Dr Timothy Harris; the Honourable Mark Brantley, and the ambassador to Taiwan, Her Excellency Jasmine Huggins.
The Citizenship-by-Investment Unit (CIU) from St. Kitts and Nevis has announced the introduction of a new residency program for investors wanting to live and work in the twin island. The announcement was made by CEO, Les Khan, at the Global Mobility & Tax Strategies Conference in Singapore back on June 30, where he joined the event as a guest speaker.
Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda travelling to Canada will need a visa after the North American country lifted an exemption for the twin-island state. The new process began 27 June at 5.30am Eastern Time. The Antigua and Barbuda government has said that it regrets the decision by Canadian authorities. According to a statement from Canada’s Communications Branch for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, the two countries “share longstanding ties that are rooted in history” and the two will continue “working together on mutual challenges and opportunities.” But this does not extend to visa-free travel.