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Investors are constantly looking for the best second citizenship for families in order to support current and future family life.
There are many governments that offer second citizenship by investment programs, but they are not considered as a second citizenship for families programs.
Most citizenship programs accept the addition of a spouse and children under the age of 18 for citizenship. However, with the programs of the countries of the Caribbean region, the situation is different.
Caribbean countries programs allow children of all ages, spouses, siblings, parents, and grandparents not only of the investor but also of the spouse to obtain citizenship with the main investor.
Not only that, the Caribbean countries have features that are useful and essential for the whole family. This helps to organize the future of the family as a whole, not just the main investor.
– Second citizenship for families through Caribbean programs allows family members to enter 150 countries without a visa because their passports are so powerful. Britain, China and Schengen countries are among the countries that can be entered without a visa.
– Ease of opening new corporate bank accounts or company branches in the Caribbean and Europe.
– Since the Caribbean countries are part of the British Commonwealth, this helps the invested children to study in Britain with lower tuition fees compared to other nationalities.
– Apart from Britain, the Caribbean nations themselves have top-notch universities for human medicine and engineering departments in all their departments.
– With a second citizenship, one can take advantage of free health and retirement systems, and this benefits investors and their parents and grandparents.
– For those seeking rest, it should be noted that the Caribbean islands are beautiful natural islands, stunning beaches throughout, and a relaxing tropical atmosphere.
– The Caribbean citizenship program does not require any residency, language exam, or practical and educational certifications. This benefits the family in terms of overcoming the difficulties of applying.
– Second citizenship programs in Caribbean countries are among the fastest and most convenient citizenship programs. With an investment starting from $100,000, one can obtain citizenship for himself and his entire family from these countries.
– Citizenship programs from these countries offer special options for large families of 4 or more, with competitive investment values.
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The great thing about obtaining second citizenship for families by investing in Caribbean countries is that these countries allow you to add all family members in one file with financial additions for each individual.
– The minimum age requirement for the main applicant is 18 years.
– “Child” means a biological or legally adopted child.
– The possibility of adding all children from all current and divorced wives.
– The possibility of adding all the wives of the investor, but each wife is in a separate file in case the investor has more than one wife.
As for the dependents who are authorized to be added, they are mentioned according to each program separately:.
– The spouses of the applicant.
– A child of the applicant or his spouse who is twenty-one years old or younger.
– A child of the applicant or his/her spouse not more than thirty years of age who is fully supported by the applicant.
– Child of the applicant and spouse, of any age, who is physically or mentally disabled and fully supported by the applicant.
– The father of the applicant and spouses who is over fifty-five years of age and who is fully supported by the applicant.
– A parent of any age with a physical or mental disability who is fully supported by the applicant.
– An unmarried siblings of the applicant under the age of eighteen who has obtained the consent of his parents or guardian to apply for citizenship by investment.
– 25,000 – spouses
– $15,000 – Each dependent member added to a family
– $25,000 – each dependent family member, regardless of age
– The spouse of the main applicant.
– A child under eighteen (18) years of the main applicant or his/her spouse.
– Child of the main applicant or his/her spouse aged between eighteen and thirty who are attending full time at a recognized institution of higher education and/or are fully supported by the main applicant.
– Parents or grandparents of the main applicant or his/her spouse over fifty-five years of age who live with and are entirely dependent on the main applicant.
– Only siblings of the main applicant under the age of 30 (unmarried, childless and financially dependent on the main applicant)
– A child of the main applicant or the spouses of the main applicant who is over eighteen years of age and has a physical or mental disability.
– $25,000: spouses
– $20,000: siblings
– $10,000: Each additional family member or dependent other than a sibling who maintains a $20,000 requirement.
– The spouse of the main applicant.
– A child of the main applicant or his/her spouse who is under eighteen (18) years of age.
– Child of the main applicant or his/her spouse between the ages of eighteen (18) to thirty (30) years, enrolled in education and supported by the main applicant or his/her spouse.
– A child of the main applicant or his/her spouse who is eighteen (18) years of age or older and physically or mentally disabled and is supported by the main applicant or his/her spouse.
– Parents or grandparents of the main applicant or his/her spouse who are over the age of 65 and must be supported by the main applicant or his/her spouse.
– Siblings of the main applicant or spouse are not accepted.
– Spouses of the main applicant: $50,000
– Any dependents other than the spouse of the main applicant $25,000 each.
– Children of the main applicant or spouse under the age of 30.
– Children of the main applicant or spouse of any age, who have a physical or mental disability.
– Parents or grandparents of the main applicant or his/her spouse of any age.
– Biological or adoptive siblings of the main applicant or his/her spouse, who are 18 years of age or older, childless and unmarried (singles).
– $25,000 – for each additional dependent of a family of 4 (parents and children may be included)
– $50,000 – Parent or spouse of the main applicant
– $75,000 – siblings.
– The spouse of the main applicant.
– A child of the main applicant or his/her spouse between the ages of 0 and 30 who is financially dependent on the main applicant.
– A child of the main applicant or his/her spouse who is 18 years of age or older and is physically or mentally disabled and lives with and is fully dependent on the main applicant.
– A parent or grandparent of the main applicant, or his/her spouse, who is 55 years of age or older and is financially dependent on the main applicant.
– A siblings of the main applicant or his/her spouse if not married.
– $10,000 for children under 5 years old and $20,000 for children 6-17 years old
– Adult dependents: $50,000.
Family reunification is the step taken by the investor to add his family members after obtaining citizenship.
For example, a person who obtained citizenship with his wife and children, and now he wants to add his parents to obtain citizenship as well.
This will be done by adding in the same file in which the application for citizenship was submitted with the wife and children, with more financial payments than the payments that would have been paid if they had been added before obtaining citizenship. This is why it is best to get individuals on file with the investor initially if possible to avoid overpayments.
In this section, we mention the additions that can be made to each program to obtain a second citizenship for families later:
In St. Lucia, it is possible to add children, spouses and other family members no later than five years after citizenship is acquired.
– Newborns (less than a year) $500
– The spouses is $35,000
– Dependents $25,000
The CBI program in St. Kitts allows the addition of a spouse, siblings, and children after obtaining citizenship with the main applicant.
– Spouses: $35,000
– Child: $10,000
– Siblings: $20,000
Dominica allows the addition of a spouse, newborn child, and parents to obtain citizenship after one year or more. The fees below depend on the time frame
– The spouses $75,000
– The new born 1000$
– Parents/grandparents 50,000
The most difficult situation for family reunification is in Grenada where the investor’s spouse, parents, siblings cannot join the program at a later stage. Only children born within a year after obtaining citizenship. Therefore, if you wish to obtain citizenship of Grenada, it is best to include family members in the application in the initial application.
In Antigua and Barbuda, you can add a spouse, children, and parents.
– The spouses is $50,000
– Dependent child between 0 and 11 years old $10,000
– Dependent child between the ages of 12 and 17 $20,000
Dependent parent age 58 and over $75,000
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