To qualify for citizenship under the real estate option, the government requires applicants to make an investment in designated, officially approved real estate with a value of at least US$ 400,000 plus the payment of government processing fees and due diligence fees.
For a single applicant, or a family of 4 or less
- Processing fees: US$50,000
For a family of 5 or more:
- Processing Fees: US$15,000 for each additional dependent
Regulation 6 of the [Citizenship by Investment Act 2013] sets out the process by which real estate projects are approved for investment by applicants to the CIP. The Government will from time to time identify approved development areas. (R6.1) It will then approve specific projects within these areas. Approved projects are then eligible for investment by applicants to the Citizenship by Investment Program. (R6.2)
The list are approved areas for investment are:
- Fort James to Blue Waters
- Pillar Rock to Five Islands
- Pearns Point to Johnson’s Point
- Falmouth Harbour to Galleon Bay
- Willoughby Bay to Half Moon Bay
- Nonsuch bay area
- Guiana Island and its environs to Crabbs Peninsula to Indian Point
- Blackman’s Estate (Blackman’s Point)
- Marble Hill
- Low Bay to Palmetto Point and Coco Point
- Coco Point
Approved Areas (Map)
List of the approved projects is changing as more projects are approved and new opportunities become available. Please contact us to get the most up to date information.
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