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Amsterdam, March 10 2023 — The citizenship by investment programs enables investors to rapidly obtain citizenship with no required residence period, or only a short one.
On Feb. 25, a U.S. government delegation led by Anna Morris, the Department of Treasury’s deputy assistant secretary, attended a meeting in Saint Christopher, in St Kitts & Nevis, to discuss the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programs in the Caribbean.
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Prime Ministers Gaston Browne (Antigua & Barbuda), Roosevelt Skerrit (Dominica), Dickon Mitchell (Grenada), Terrance Drew (St Kitts & Nevis), and Philip J. Pierre (Saint Lucia) were also present at the meeting.
They agreed on not processing applications from persons whose request to benefit from the CBI programs has been denied in another CBI jurisdiction.
These Caribbean leaders also approved that national authorities run checks on each application with their financial intelligence units, audit the CBI programs annually or every two years, and request law enforcement assistance to retrieve revoked/recalled passports.