Citizenship Price Per Investment (CBI) Calculator

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National Economic Fund

Investment
COVID-19 Relief Bonds
The COVID-19 Investment Relief Bonds have been extended through December 31, 2022.

The bond investment offers a VERY LOW final cost after return on investment.

Bonds do not earn interest. The $250,000 bond option is redeemable after 5, 6 or 7 years, depending on family size. The $300k option (not presented here) is returnable after 5 years in all cases.

Important – invest only after assessing the government’s ability to repay your investment.

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National Development Fund

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University of the West Indies

Valid only for families of 6 or more.

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Sustainable Growth Fund

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National Transformation Fund

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Economic Diversification Fund

Other government fees

In addition to the main donation/investment amount, each country charges additional fees (administration, processing, due diligence, etc.)

They will increase your total cost.

Service provider fees

We have negotiated the following fee schedule for you.
They are the same for every country except Grenada:
Single applicant – $10,000
Family of 2 – $12,000
Family of 3 – $13,000
Family of 4 or more – $14,000

In Grenada: $15,000 for any family size + 1.15% inbound transfer fee

Total cost Cost per passport Total cost after return on investment N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A Click here to be introduced to a service provider Sovereign man: Full access members only section. Your fees will be noticeably lower. Discount for TA members on negotiated service provider fees

We have negotiated the following fee schedule for our TA members.

In Saint Lucia, Antigua, Saint Kitts and Dominica:

Single applicant – $7,000
Family of 2 – $8,000
Family of 3 – $8,500
Family of 4 or more – $9,000

In Grenada:

– $10,000 for any family size + 1.15% inbound transfer fee

Government commission sent to a member of the AT Final cost
(TA members only) Cost per passport Final cost after return on investment (TA members only) N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A As a Total Access member, you will receive a discount on service provider fees and a government bribe that we will pass on to you.
Contact our customer service for a special introduction, or find out how to join TA here.
Passport quality “B-” rating Class “B” Class “B” Class “B” Class “B” Passport renewals

You can renew your passport directly in the country or by contacting an appropriate consular office, completing the forms and paying the appropriate government fees.

Or you can use a service provider to do all the paperwork for you (at an additional cost).

Every 5 years The first passport is valid for 5 years. Subsequent renewals are every 10 years. Every 10 years (5 years for those under 18) Every 5 years Every 10 years (5 years for children under 17) Advantages and disadvantages of each CBI program The Saint Lucia program is generally the best offer in the Caribbean for single applicants


Currently cannot pass citizenship to grandchildren and more
The Antigua program is generally the best deal in the Caribbean for families


Common-law spouses should soon be allowed


Currently cannot pass citizenship further than grandchildren
Has been active since 1984 and enjoys an excellent reputation


Allows the unlimited transmission of citizenship to future generations


Generally more expensive than competing programs
Visa-free access to China


E-2 Agreement with the United States (valid only for non-Western citizens)


Allows the unlimited transmission of citizenship to future generations


Generally more expensive than competing programs
Active since 1993


Good price for single applicants



Currently cannot pass citizenship to grandchildren and more
FUTURE family members you can include later

future spouse
future children
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future spouse
future children
future grandchildren
Future spouse of dependent children
(Click for more information) future spouse
future children
(Click for more information) future children Can add ANY dependent in the future: a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, and even a sibling.

Eleanor C. William