Security and Privacy are Your Rights!
Read on this sections for an objective view on the benefits of acquiring Caribbean Dual Citizenship (from Dominica, or the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis); the only legitimate economic Citizenship programs in existence, second passports and other Residence options.
The process of changing permanent residency is more complicated than obtaining a second citizenship. Because of the benefits and the advantages of second citizenship and alternate residency, second citizenship and new residency, should be a part of any long-term estate or inheritance plan.
Dual citizenship and dual nationality is your safeguard against unknown misfortunes. Dual citizenship is your legal opportunity to avoid excessive taxation. Dual citizenship and dual nationality is one way of enhancing your privacy and maintaining confidentiality.
Many of our citizenship clients who change their normal residency are wealthy individuals (mainly Americans, Western Europeans or citizens of other high tax countries). These clients all want the same things, they want to save by reducing their tax payments; they want to control the privacy of their affairs; and they want to enjoy the good weather and climate all year round at the same time.
Our clients are from all lifestyles, being retired people or executives who have sufficient funds to live off their interest income; or those who can work away from their country of residence. These people are interested in residing in Monaco, Switzerland, Andorra, and Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Bahamas and other Caribbean countries.
One fast growing category of clients are wealthy businessmen or professionals who come from “not-so-prosperous” countries, like the former Soviet Union, China and the Eastern Europe countries. This group of clients seeks dual citizenship to establish a new permanent residence in the counties of the European Union. Contact us for your second citizenship application.
Dominica and the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis offer significant benefits when it comes to establish a new residence. As a citizen of the Commonwealth of Dominica or the Federation of St. Kitts &Nevis, you will have visa free entrance to the countries that are members of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).
These citizenship options usually attract people who would like to live and work or retire in the Caribbean. The OECS is based on the principles of the European Union. The OECS members are — St. Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Grenada. They have the same currency — Eastern Caribbean Dollar, viewed as the most stable currency in the Caribbean region. Work permits are not required if you are a citizen of any of these countries and wish to work in any of these islands. Identity cards can be used in place of passports when travelling between these states. Some of these countries are offshore tax havens, which mean that you can organize your business in a way to minimize your taxes.
Dominica dual citizenship and St. Kitts dual citizenship do not limit your residency options to the Caribbean region only. You can also establish new permanent residency in European countries like Andorra, Monaco, Switzerland, Gibraltar, Malta, and Cyprus with citizenship from St. Kitts and Dominica. These are very popular destinations for our clients.
While citizens of Dominica and St. Kitts need a visa to travel to USA, citizens of Dominica or St. Kitts with Bermuda residency, can visit the USA visa free. Such are the applied benefits of residency. Nevertheless, please remember that permanent residency will not lead to citizenship, which is very hard if not impossible to obtain. In Gibraltar, you can establish the permanent residency through the “High Net Worth Individual” program. If you want to change you future residency when acquiring citizenship through us, please make it clear to us. We have partners in many other jurisdictions to whom we can recommend you.
We do not offer arrangement for new residence as a separate service. We will not answer such queries!