CIP Set To Earn 132 Million Dollars In 2019

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The government is reporting that the Citizenship by Investment Program has performed well in 2019.

According to the Cabinet, the programme raised $120 million dollars by October 2019.

It is projected that by year-end a total of $132 million will be made. In 2015, the CIP earned $57 million dollars.

The Budget Speech, to be delivered in January 2020, will cover the full report and offer an analysis of the overall fiscal and economic performance of the state.

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  1. Antigua’s CIP program needs to substantially reduce the fees of adding a spouse or children if the original CIP is granted to a single person. It’s crazy that USD 100K or USD 25K must be paid if a spouse or child is added several years later.

    • How would you like it to work? You do realize there is a 5 year conditional citizenship? I can see a situation where children born after parents have garnered citizenship (fully) get auto citizenship. However those born before need to go through the process

  2. There is a Serpent among us.” Those were the words uttered by an Adventist pastor, when a young man from Potters, a server, decided to pilfer the church offering.
    When you are cursed; nothing good shall follow thee. I am from Potters and I would like to know that Person.

    I found the above on Our Prime Minister facebook page

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  3. What a BIG BIG DISGRACE listening to Knight and Damani Tabor this evening December 12 2019.
    Who will really vote for Damani Tabor and the UPP. Too many positive things happening under the Gaston Browne Administration that Damani Tabor and Knight disagree with all the investments happening in Antigua. It is a SHAME to listen to Damani and Knight.

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  4. The CIP is a great move as long as a proper Due Diligence process take place and avoid attracting the white collar criminals to our paradise….. Whats so wrong if They bring their legitimate monies, establish a business, provide us with jobs and in return get a passport? Exchange is no robbery……. Its just a fair deal in my view..

  5. What a BIG BIG DISGRACE listening to Knight and Damani Tabor this evening December 12 2019.
    Who will really vote for Damani Tabor and the UPP. Too many positive things happening under the Gaston Browne Administration that Damani Tabor agree and Knight disagree with all the investments happening in Antigua. It is a SHAME to listen to Damani and Knight.

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  6. As I am writing I am also listening Observer AM with.D.Gisel Isaac. I finally came to the conclusion that this Lady should NOT be around POLITICS. The UPP should fire this Lady. She does NOT know how to give compliments. D.Gisel Isaac CANNOT find one good thing done by this Administration. The UPP would not go further with these People at the helm. D.Gisel Isaac and Harold Lovell should leave POLITICS . They are doing Their Party and Antiguans a TOTAL DIS-SERVICE. Long Lived Hon.Gaston Browne and ABLP.

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  7. Antigua…Best Country in the WORLD. Check out the following…:
    1. Best Medical Facility in the OECS (MSJ)
    2. Among the fastest growing economies in not only just the region, also the World
    3. Tourism numbers breaking records
    4. A&B has been on no blacklist unlike many of our regional counterparts
    5. University of A&B
    6. Best regulated CIP program in the OECS region (most transparent program)
    7. Our HDI scores continue to increase during this administration tenure
    8. Nation at the forefront for reparatory justice
    9. Leading in the region when it comes to reducing the use of plastics.
    10. 33 ranking in the rule of law report (2019), which places us ahead of your USA (50)

    Yet you prefer to find some small issue to blow out of proportion to justify your need for the sky to be falling. Boss we live in a blessed though imperfect country

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