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.
With a size of 344 square kilometres, tropical weather and an estimated population of 110.000, Grenada has turned lately into a top destination for businessmen and investors around the world, who are looking for tranquillity, freedom, and a new lifestyle. Located in the Southern Caribbean, with stunning cascading waterfalls and beautiful white sand beaches, you can discover Grenada or also known as the “Island of Spice”
They define who we are, where we come from and where we go to. For decades the passport has been the document which gives us an identity in front of governments and institutions around the world. Wealthy individuals have found in new citizenships and passports a new way to overcome political, social, travel and banking difficulties, being this a multi-million-dollar industry that attracts more and more investors as days go by. However, with high cash-flow on the game, there will always be companies in the black market that will want to make “easy money” out of your plans and dreams.