The Caribbean countries currently offer official discounts to investors and their families applying for citizenship by investment schemes. These limited time offers announced by governments provide a huge savings for single or family applications. As of 2023, there 9 CBI schemes running in Europe and Caribbean. No price cuts or offers are available for CBI programs in Europe.
St.Kitts & Nevis
The Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis has officially announced a limited time offer (LTO) for prospective applicants applying for CBI program under Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) one-time contribution giving a flat USD 25,000 waiver. This Limited Time Offer runs from 1 January 2023 to 30 June 2023, the minimum SGF contributions required by law are as follows:
Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF)
Main applicant only: US$125,000 (instead of $150,000)
Main applicant and spouse: US$150,000 (instead of $175,000)
Main applicant and up to three dependants: US$170,000 (instead of $195,000)
Each additional dependant under 18: US$10,000
Each additional dependant aged 18 or over: US$25,000
Another important benefit during the Limited Time Offer, the standard application processing time will be shortened from 90 days to 60 days from the receipt by the Citizenship by Investment Unit at no extra cost.
The Government of Saint Lucia has also announced discounts to the CIP program to make the program more attractive from 2023
- Real estate minimum reduced to USD 200,000 instead of USD 300,000 (only in approved hotels/resorts)
- St.Lucia Government bonds issued for citizenship at discounted price USD 300,000 (instead of USD 500,000)
No discounts apply for National Economic fund option at the moment. The minimum remains the same at USD 100,000 one time contribution
Antigua & Barbuda
The Citizenship by Investment Unit does not endorse, support or authorize discounted options under ther CIP program of Antigua and Barbuda. Investors are warned any offers otherwise are not supported by the CIU.
Dominica Government does not at the moment offer any time of official discounts for those applying for citizenship by investment. Dominica has two investment routes (Donation and Real estate)
No official discounts offered by the Government. The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee hereby notifies all stakeholders or applicants that they should not offer or accept any option for investment presented that is below the statutory minimum of US $220,000 in case of projects approved under this price option, or US$ 350,000 for projects not approved under the US$220,000 option. (No underselling permitted)
No discounts or offers announced for the Vanuatu DSP/VCP program. The minimum remains at USD 130,000 for citizenship by donation to state fund.
No discounts or offers announced. The minimum investment required for Turkish citizenship by investment remains at USD 400,000 (property or bank deposit)
No discounts or offers announced by Komunita Malta agency which handles citizenship for investment applications.
No discounts or offers announced. The current minimum investment required for citizenship remains at 200,000 € per person, in a private investment fund (PIF) according to the government website setup for the purpose of the CIP program.