Antigua’s new immigration policy - Application from Citizens of the six countries will not be accepted
The Citizenship by Investment project of Antigua and Barbuda is undoubtedly one of the most cost-effective and popular immigration projects. It has always been highly sought since it is low investment amount required, lenient review and short application time. Especially in the international context of tightening policies of mainstream immigrant countries, the advantages of Antigua's immigration program is more dazzling and attractive. Although Antigua’s immigration program is still young – the plan of buying a property for a passport was just introduced in 2013. However, according to the general rule of the games, the more developed and mature immigration projects, the Government will adopt more stringent requirements for applicants, resulting in an increase in capital investment costs or time costs. A recent document issued by the Antigua government on the new policy of Antigua immigration project has proposed an amendment to the existing policy for the first time. Content of the Antigua Immigration new policy: 1. The Antigua Citizenship by Investment Program is no longer entertained passport applications from Afghan, Iranian, Iraqi, Korean, Somali and Yemeni citizens, except they are permanent residents of Canada, the United States or the United Kingdom; 2. The Antigua Citizenship by Investment Program does not accept applications submitted by applicants whose names have been changed. These two restrictions have not introduced before. When the policy comes out, some investors who originally met the application requirements will be turned away. In the future, any new proposal from the government are not predictable, but as mentioned before, Antigua’s new immigration policy will definitely be tightened up. In addition to finding the most suitable immigration program for immigrants, it is also important to grasp the best opportunity for submitting their immigration application.