Antigua and Barbuda: Permanent Residency (Tax Residence) (Investment Visa)
High-income individuals can move to Antigua and Barbuda and take advantage of low taxation rates, with a path to permanent residency.
- Bring family
- Tax haven
- Indefinite validity
- Beautiful Caribbean destination
- High standard of living
- Commonwealth member
If you earn $100,000 per year, you can make Antigua and Barbuda your tax residence. You’ll need to have a home there, but residence is only required for 30 days per year. For the first 4 years, you’ll pay a flat tax of $20,000 per year. After your fourth year, you can change to a different residence permit that has 0% income, capital gains, wealth, or inheritance tax on worldwide income or assets.
Antigua and Barbuda has 365 white sand beaches. Called the most romantic place in the Caribbean, it is well-known as a luxury destination with a high quality of living, well-developed infrastructure, and a safe, stable society.
Fixed broadband: 18.75 Mbps download/12.12 Mbps upload
Cost of living
No. 24 globally
$100,000 per year income
A home in Antigua and Barbuda
30 days per year of physical residence
$20,000 per year flat tax, for the first three years
- $20,000 flat tax per year, for the first three years
- Application fees vary.
Inquire at your local Antigua and Barbuda embassy or with immigration services about applying for this residency.
Documents required can include:
- Application form
- Passport photos
- Proof of income and assets
- Police clearance
- Health certificate
- Proof of family relationships, such as marriage and birth certificates
Other documents may be requested.