The Hon. Justin Trudeau looks forward to strengthening ties with Antigua and Barbuda
Prime Minister of Canada, the Hon. Justin Trudeau, has expressed the desire to forge a closer link with the government of Antigua and Barbuda.
In a letter written to Prime Minister Browne, the Canadian Prime Minister thanked Prime Minister Browne for providing recent updates on the country’s Citizenship By Investment Program (CIP) and expressed an interest for Canadians to become more involved in the program.
“Canada takes the integrity of its border security, immigration and citizenship programs seriously. As such we continue to monitor global migration patterns and trends and we seek to ensure that countries offering citizenship by investment meet a high standard of program integrity, in particular those enjoying visa exemption to travel to Canada”, the letter indicated.
Prime Minister Trudeau also stated that he is very pleased that representatives from both countries have been in direct contact to discuss the CIP.
“It is important to continue these frank conversations so that Canada can understand what due diligence processes have been put in place. Again, we welcome any further updates about improvement that you are making to the program”.
The "Antigua & Barbuda" Citizenship-by-investment program grants visa-free access to 134 countries including Canada, United Kingdom, Switzerland and the countries of the Schengen area, additionally there is no taxation on worldwide income and the program offers fast processing of the application within 6 months.
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The Canadian Prime Minister also thanked the government of Antigua and Barbuda for supporting Canada’s bid for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
“As a dynamic and respected leader within the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), I appreciate your active support on Canada’s behalf within CARICOM and at the UN through your permanent mission in New York”, Prime Minister Trudeau penned.
He also added that he welcomes the opportunity to undertake an official visit to the twin island state to discuss a number of foreign affairs related matters.
Source: Caribbean Times